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  • Event held to celebrate Gu Yuxiu’s birth anniversary

    2012-12-21 16:40

    A conference to commemorate the 110th anniversary of the birth of professor Yu Hsiu Ku was held at the Central Conservatory of Music.

  • Enter the Russian swans

    2012-12-21 16:38

    The Russian State Ballet will present Swan Lake.

  • Notre Dame de Paris

    2012-12-21 14:12

    The hunchbacked Quasimodo will be the New Year attraction in Guangzhou.

  • Song and dance

    2012-12-21 14:12

    A two-day LiveStyle Festival kicks off on Dec 22 in Guangzhou.

  • New Year with Zubin Mehta

    2012-12-21 14:12

    Distinguished conductor Zubin Mehta and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra are going to ring in the New Year for 2013 by presenting a New Year concert.

  • Behind the news

    2012-12-21 14:12

    Chai Jing, a famous TV anchor and investigative journalist at China Central Television, will be in Guangzhou on Dec 22.

  • Harlem holiday sounds

    2012-12-21 14:10

    New York Harlem Singers are coming to Guangzhou to wish you a merry Christmas.

  • Mirror, mirror on the walls

    2012-12-21 14:10

    Bronze mirrors from the collection of Lloyd Cotsen are on exhibition at Shanghai Museum.

  • Landscape paintings

    2012-12-21 11:42

    The Elion Art Gallery, situated east of Tian'anmen Square, is presenting Chinese Spirit Oil Landscape Exhibition.

  • Cross-Straits crosstalk

    2012-12-21 11:17

    Xiangsheng, or crosstalk, the popular Chinese stand-up comedy genre, gained a fresh flavor as it jumps to Taiwan from the mainland.

  • Mountains and water

    2012-12-21 11:17

    The Chinese mountain-and-water painting turned a new chapter after 1949.

  • A 30-meter feast

    2012-12-21 11:17

    Tianjin artist Li Jin's recent solo show

  • Group a building block for Africa

    An unusually heavy downpour hit Durban for two days before the BRICS summit's debut on African soil, but interest for a better platform for emerging markets were still sparked at the summit.