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Wulong Karst National Park may sue 'Transformers'
Representatives from Wulong Karst National Park are considering suing "Transformers."
'A Bite of China' makes noodle maker rich
A famous noodle restaurant chain has reached a deal with a family starring in the hit documentary "A Bite of China."
Tracy Morgan critically injured in car crash
U.S. comedian Tracy Morgan was critically injured in a fatal accident.
- Wulong Karst National Park may sue 'Transformers'
- 'A Bite of China' makes noodle maker rich
- Tracy Morgan critically injured in car crash
- Antonio Banderas, Melanie Griffith divorce
- 'Edge of Tomorrow' dominates China's box office
- Emma Watson splits from boyfriend
Music
Jay Chou vows to get married before Jan
Chinese pop star Jay Chou has declared his wish to get married in January.
Unofficial England World Cup song released
The British comedy troupe Monty Python has created its own unofficial England World Cup anthem.
Hua Chenyu sings promotional song for 'Up in the Wind'
Chinese singer Hua Chenyu has sung a promotional song named "While You Are Stil Young" for the film "Up in the Wind," which hit screens on December 31st, 2013.
- Jay Chou vows to get married before Jan
- Unofficial England World Cup song released
- Hua Chenyu sings promotional song for 'Up in the Wind'
- Han Geng becomes first Chinese singer in space
- Voice of angels
- Singer hitting the right notes
Books
Chinese contemporary literature a hit in S. Korea
South Korea's actor Ha Jung-woo started directing and starring in a film adaptation of Chinese author Yu Hua's novel "Chronicle of a Blood Merchant."
Chinese women crave Tanbi lit
In the literary world of tanbi, there are answers to what a heterosexual woman wants in love and life.
Hillary Clinton publishes her memoirs
Hillary Rodham Clinton officially released her memoirs on Tuesday, at a book launch in New York.
- Chinese contemporary literature a hit in S. Korea
- Chinese women crave Tanbi lit
- Hillary Clinton publishes her memoirs
- Lawyer fined for revealing pseudonymous author was JK Rowling
- List announces China's 60 richest authors
- Author says penny saved is penny earned
stage
World oldest hip-hoppers to visit Taiwan
New Zealand's Hip Op-eration Crew, who range in age from 67 to 95, will take to China's Taiwan in November when they make their first foray into Asia.
Female percussion group to perform 'Mulan' in NYC
The Red Poppy Ladies Percussion Group is scheduled to give more than 100 performances in New York.
Dancer performs at World Music Festival
A dancer from Noureddine Khourchild and the Dervishes from Damascus, Syria, performs at the World Music Festival.
- World oldest hip-hoppers to visit Taiwan
- Female percussion group to perform 'Mulan' in NYC
- Dancer performs at World Music Festival
- 'Gone With the Bullets' to become stage-play
- Mythical stage play dazzles hundreds of children
- Children's play 'Chinese Stories in Pocket' staged
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