A drama which interprets three Chinese idiom stories including "Lose the Axe and Suspect the Neighbor" will soon be on stage at the China National Theatre for Children in Beijing.
A popular, long-running cartoon series from Japan, "Chibi Maruko-chan," or "Little Cherry Pit," is set to hit Chinese theatres this Friday in a movie adaptation.
Chinese mainland actor Tong Dawei, who is already the father of three young children, is going to be a grandpa. This did not happen in real life but in a comedy film named Scandal Maker or Wai Gong Fang Ling 38.
Chinese singer-songwriter Duan Linxi, singer-actress Liu Xin along with 10 other girls, who were the finalists of the 2011 Happy Girl national singing competition, will hold a concert in Beijing next month.
TV series Border Town Wanderers tells a tale of love, friendship and betrayal among martial arts warriors. Actress Liu Yin plays one of the warriors.
Filled with mouth-watering dishes and mesmerizing cooking, Final Recipe is a delight for both the eyes and the taste buds. Three years after its original release, this delectable film is coming to China on August 26th.
"Time Raiders" continued to dominate the Chinese box office, earning 365 million yuan (about 55 million U.S. dollars) in the week ending Aug. 14, China Film News reported.
The opera Thunderstorm was met with thunderous applause on Thursday in its debut at the London Coliseum.
Over 30 children of the Tibetan ethnic group from northwest China's Qinghai Province have recently visited Beijing for a three-week long art summer camp with drama, dance, music and some additional arts programs.
Warner Bros has announced a sequel to the upcoming Harry Potter spin-off film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
It's been confirmed that famed Chinese director Feng Xiaogang has signed with Hollywood's Creative Artists Agency.
"Breaking Bad" actress Anna Gunn is set to have a recurring role in the NBC series "Shades of Blue," starring and produced by Jennifer Lopez.
It's been over 600 years since Ming Dynasty Admiral Zheng He began his expeditions into Southeast Asia.
When The Little Prince, a beloved classic French tale was taken on stage in the China National Theatre for Children after an adaptation on the weekend, many young audiences and their parents were yelling together with laughter at the show.