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more of Chinese culture to the world, while others h
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These doubts and arguments may offer vivid examples of cultural differences between the East and the West. Still, one thi
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n recent years, China has become one of the world’s largest movie markets, and it is alwa
ys aiming to reach new audiences worldwide. From the mega-hit Kung Fu Panda series to the latest Mulan, Wes上海品茶微信
tern filmmakers have shown their great interest in bringing traditional Chinese culture and folklore to the big screen.
But for their Chinese counterparts, the question of how to produce
上海品茶微信女神会所a blockbuster, something based on our own culture that could also strike a sy
mpathetic chord among international audiences, deserves further consideration.
he 10th edition of the China Acrobatic Exhibition, formerly k上海品茶微信女神会所
nown as the National Acrobatics Competition, is set for July 17 to 28 in Nanning, south Ch
上海品茶微信ina’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, according to authorities on Wednesday.
For the first time, acrobatic dramas will be showcased in the ex
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Initiated in 1984 as a government-run event, the National Acrobatics Competition
has been held nine times and will be held under the title of China Acrobatic Exhibition from this year.
上海品茶微信The 9th National Acrobatics Competition was held in 2013 in Chongqing, southwest China, w
ith the participation of more than 700 performers with over 40 troupes.
This year’s event is co-sponsored by the Ministry of Cultur上海品茶微信女神会所
e and Tourism and the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Regional People’s Government.
m revenue last year, up 13.5 percent year-on-year. Out of it, 447.7 billion yuan was contributed by 340 million passenger trips by domestic travelers.
Shanghai’s abundant cultural and tourism resources, its high lev
el of internationalization, convenient public transportation, fine public service, rapi
dly improving level of intelligent urban infrastructure are attracting travelers from home and abroad, said He.
Last year, 135 products sought official recognition to be sold as city souvenirs. Only 43 made
it to the shortlist, out of which 24 were eventually selected as they featured distinctive Shanghai elements.
Many of the products are made by time-honored brands including White Rabbit creamy candy, Park Hotel’s butterfly cooki
es, local patisserie Xing Hua Lou’s sweetened bean paste moon cake, Bee & Flower sandalwood soap, Liushen Fl
orida Water, as well as Shanghai Museum’s creative jewelry box, silk scarves, teacup sets and table flags.