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y of China Central Committee, who expected publishers from home and abroad to strengthen their exchanges and coope
ration based on these vivid stories, and create more works with global significance.
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ook section of Springer Nature, to enhance the global influence of Chinese publications,
further cooperation between Chinese and foreign publishers is the most important step.
Also at the seminar, the “100 Titles of China Books Since 1949 for Translation and Promotion” w上海夜生活
as launched and displayed. The titles, actually 101 in number, include 37 in the hu
manities and social sciences, 34 in science and technology and 30 in literature and art.
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nd promoting overseas, as they reflect the achievements made in the course of China’s development.
The China Book International (CBI) project was launched in 2006, and currently has 38 member units.上海夜生活
By the end of 2018, the CBI had helped Chinese pub
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ses from 82 countries, covering 4,656 titles which have been translated into 57 languages.
ncers from the Liaoning Ballet of China will take their original ballet Hua Mulan to the United States a
nd Canada in late August, representing the troupe’s first performance of the classic outside of China.上海品茶微信
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e, I had to become a man who is ultimately found to be a woman,” she says. To act Mulan’s p
art well, she had to do push-ups and fight with sticks on stage, just like the male dancers.
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allet cares about portraying its characters’ inner world and expressing emotions.
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ese culture,” Yu says. “You should be able to impress yourself before you can impress your audience.”
Qu Zijiao, 57-year-old director of the Liaoning Ballet, says: “To tell Ch
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She says it is a touching story, and Mulan’s heroic spirit, perseverance, and love fo
r country and peace can resonate with people everywhere, adding that many European and American audiences are
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udiences at home and abroad, according to Wang Yong, choreographer-director of the show.
gical tale and excellent word-of-mouth, the film – the first Chinese animated film made in the IMAX for
mat – is proving to have long legs at the box office, eclipsing all other movies released in the same period.上海后花园
With a total box office of 4.1 billion yuan ($582 million) and counting, Ne Zhais the highest-grossing animated feature e
ver in China, and the fourth-largest theatrical release in the country’s box office history.
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h Sep 26, is sure to outpace Avengers: Endgameto be the third-highest earner at the Chinese box office.
An international forum on fossil protection was held Sunday in northeast China’s Heilo上海后花园
ngjiang province, attracting over 180 paleontologists worldwide, according to the organizer.
The paleontologists from more than ten countries including Russia, Japan and Fr
上海后花园女神会所ance exchanged views on fossil protection, tourism featuring geological cult
ures, the study of the Cretaceous-Paleogene (K-Pg) boundary and other issues in Jiayin county in the province.
The county is home to the first K-Pg boundary layer discovered in China, which
marks the period when the extinction of dinosaurs and other species occurred about 66 million years ago.上海后花园
Paleontologists have made great achievements in the study of paleontological fossil in the county in past
years, said Volker Mosbrugger, an academician of the German Academy of Sciences, adding that the forum p上海后花园
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China, during which seminars, field research and other events will be held.
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Chinese tech heavyweight Lenovo Group Ltd saw its profit more than double in the quarter which ended in June, on the back of
a record high personal computer market share and strong performance in its internet data center business.上海乌托邦
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Those offenders must be brought to justice swiftly. “The full weight of the law of Ho
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600 milliliters inside its park since November 2017, more than a year after its opening.
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olicy. In June 2018, a lawyer from Suzhou, Jiangsu province, tried to take the theme pa
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its services, while the three in Asia – Tokyo, Hong Kong and Shanghai – carry a no-outside-food-and-drink policy.
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But for some, this strategy worked. With a few token concessions — none of which compare to the rights the po
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