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Movie
James Cameron delays 'Avatar' sequel
Director James Cameron has pushed back production on the "Avatar" sequels.
'The Taking of Tiger Mountain' passes 800 mln yuan mark
"The Taking of Tiger Mountain" added US$17.5 million of box office sales through Jan. 5-11.
Wanda Cinema Line seeks to raise $203 mln
China's biggest movie theatre operator, Wanda Cinema Line, is reportedly going to scale back its IPO.
- James Cameron delays 'Avatar' sequel
- 'The Taking of Tiger Mountain' passes 800 mln yuan mark
- Wanda Cinema Line seeks to raise $203 mln
- 'Boyhood' big winner at Golden Globes
- Wong Kar-wai announces director of 'The Ferryman'
- 'Cafe Waiting Love' premieres in Chinese theatres
Music
Elvis' first ever recording sells at auction
Elvis Presley's first ever recording has sold for $300,000 at auction.
Paul McCartney (left) and Kanye West [cn.hypebeast.com]
Kanye West, Paul McCartney collaborate for 'Only One'
Music icons Kanye West and Paul McCartney, have teamed up in an unlikely collaboration on a new single.
Lang Lang, Sting to celebrate youth
Chinese pianist and UN messenger of peace Lang Lang will perform at the United Nations headquarters on Friday for UN Day.
- Elvis' first ever recording sells at auction
- Kanye West, Paul McCartney collaborate for 'Only One'
- Lang Lang, Sting to celebrate youth
- 'Get Lucky' named song of the year
- Singer Dadawa gives voice to sound
- Faye Wong's theme for 'One Step Away' released
Books
Li Zhongliang's abridged version of 'Das Kapital' [File photo]
Chinese man abridges Marx's 'Das Kapital'
A farm machinery expert in China undertook the bold task of shortening Karl Marx's book "Das Kapital" from more than 1.8 million words to 340,000.
Path to inner calm
Author Zhao Defa tells why he prescribes traditional ethics and values for people in present-day China.
Rifkin: China can lead global shift to sharing economy
Jeremy Rifkin is in Beijing to promote the release of the Chinese edition of his latest book.
- Chinese man abridges Marx's 'Das Kapital'
- Path to inner calm
- Rifkin: China can lead global shift to sharing economy
- Funny sculpture of Mo Yan
- Study examines global reach of Chinese films
- A century of experience
stage
Musical 'Cats' performed in Singapore
Performers perform during the musical "Cats" at Singapore's Marina Bay Sands Theatre, Jan. 13, 2015.
Future of original Chinese musicals promising
The music industry has seen steady growth in China in recent years, as has the country's middle class.
Ulysses gains clarity on the stage
James Joyce's classic modernist novel Ulysses is often called the world's most difficult-to-read book.
- Musical 'Cats' performed in Singapore
- Future of original Chinese musicals promising
- Ulysses gains clarity on the stage
- Rehearsal of 'Dream of the Red Chamber' kicks off
- Beijing Dance Theater previews 'Wild Grass' in NY
- Last Chinese Emperor's life as citizen featured in new play
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