Chinese online games raked in at least 8.2 billion U.S. dollars in the foreign market in 2017, up 14.5 percent year-on-year, said an industry report released Tuesday.
Youth, the highly-anticipated Feng Xiaogang film that touches upon the Cultural Revolution (1966-76) and the Sino-Vietnam War, is officially a box-office hit.
Hollywood heavyweights Walt Disney Company and 21st Century Fox collided Thursday in a whopping 66.2-billion-U.S.-dollar merger-acquisition (including 13.7 billion dollars in Fox debt), leading to a mixed reaction in the entertainment industry.
The animated family comedy “Coco” has topped the Chinese box office, taking in an impressive 32.7 million US dollars in its third week on release.
The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons has received the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize, for its efforts to give new momentum to the process of abolishing nuclear weapons.
Iraq has declared the liberation of all Iraqi lands from Islamic State militants after seizing the whole border areas and desert in western Iraq.
Detective Chinatown 2, the upcoming sequel of the titular franchise starring comedian Wang Baoqiang, recently concluded filming in New York.
African countries could reap huge economic, social and ecological benefits from enhanced cooperation with China under the Belt and Road (B&R) initiative, a senior environmental expert has said.
After more than eight decades, Private Lives, a comedy by the late English playwright Noel Coward is being brought back to the place of its composition by professors and students of New York University Shanghai and Shanghai Theater Academy.
The Arab League decided to hold an emergency meeting at the level of foreign ministers on Saturday to discuss the Arab action regarding the possible U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital city, official MENA news agency reported on Wednesday.
France’s biggest rock star, Johnny Hallyday, died at 74 from lung cancer on Wednesday, AFP reported citing his wife.