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Taste for classical music in big cities like Shanghai is well cultivated--something smaller cities are having problems to do.
Second- and Third-tier Cities Struggle to Develop Taste for Classical Music

The project has proven to be helpful especially among the youth who want to reconnect with their family's genealogy and history.
Genealogy Project Reconnects Chinese Youth with History

Sanlitun is most known for its thriving night life, but a different kind of group meets in the district every week for Chinese conversation.
Chinese Language Corners on the Rise

For the people who have seen them perform, Suiyuan Old Boys show that life doesn’t end once you go into retirement, and old age is not a hindrance to having fun.
China's Aging Population Poses Risk to Health Care and More: Survey

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Aside from Thailand, short-distance destinations such as South Korea, Japan and other Southeast Asian islands are popular among post-festival travelers.
Chinese Outbound Tourists Take Advantage of Post-holiday Perks

Since 2006, China has been able to identify 11,042 provincial-level and 1,372 national-level intangible cultural heritage items.
Culture Ministry Adds New Blueprints, Reinvigorates Programs for Cultural Preservation

From 2011 to 2014, Guizhou has already managed to lift 5.29 million people out of poverty.
Big Data Helping Guizhou Lift Millions from Poverty

The gilded-bronze chime clock is believed to show certain British clock-making techniques that were popular during the time of King George III (1738-1820).
18th-century Timepiece Up for Auction

58-year-old Gu has been dabbling in macrophotography since 2014, enlarging details and designs of mundane objects to reveal the intricacy often hidden to the eye.
Renowned Artist Gu Changwei Showcases Yuan-inspired Artworks

The Maijishan Grottoes, which when translated means “Wheat Stack Hill,” is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that dates back to 1,500 years ago. It is home to 10,632 Buddhist sculptures and 221 grottoes.
Maijishan Grottoes to Be Digitally Archived

To make information technology easily adaptable to people’s needs, an individual must connect up the data.
Digitized Information Key to the Future

With the construction of the artwork exchange center, experts believe that the policies regarding the trade of cultural relics would be relaxed.
Shanghai FTZ Artwork Exchange Center to Open on Nov. 28

Archaeologists have reason to believe that the tomb owner is in fact Liu He, grandson of Emperor Wu.
Oldest Portrait of Confucius Found in 2,000-year-old Tomb

According to some experts, husbands in Shanghai are more considerate compared with the rest of China.
Better Household Status for Wives in Shanghai

Many white-collar boxers believe that the training and the insights they get from boxing can be applied to other aspects of their lives.
Boxing: The New Pastime for Chinese Professionals

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