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Beijing authorities have ordered all the city's theatres, cinemas, internet cafes and other public entertainment venues to close as it struggles to get a grip on the SARS virus.
China's capital is planning to invest seven billion yuan (854 million US dollars) in building and renovating museums, a vice-mayor of the Beijing Municipal Government said on Wednesday.
A team from the Chinese Ministry of Culture comes to Broadway to try to learn its secrets.
What is the relationship between architecture and contemporary art? Is it possible that buildings are not only places where people live, but also something they can enjoy? Artists and architects from China and abroad are presenting their views on topics like these at the on-going 2002 Shanghai Biennale, the fourth ever.
The Japanese government has granted 280 million Yen (about US$ 2.3 million) to China for the initial funding of a cultural heritage protection project.
Director Shang Chengjun worried censors would ban his stage version of 'Animal Farm,' George Orwell's anticommunist satire of a barnyard revolution gone wrong. His anxiety was misplaced - the problem isn't the officials, it's the audience.