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The first ever China-wide survey of the traditional folk art of paper-cutting has been launched as part of a 'Chinese folk culture salvation project'.
The seventh China Art Festival, the top art festival in the country, will be held on September 10, 2004 in this capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, the organising committee has announced.
China's Education, Science and Technology Ministry plans to produce and preserve 3D digital images of historical structures, traditional performing arts and other government-designated cultural assets, according to ministry sources.
China will stage the fourth 'Meet in Beijing' Arts Festival in 2004 with an African theme and atmosphere, as Africa will be the guest continent, Vice-Minister of Culture Meng Xiaosi announced.
Lovers of Chinese art are to have pleasant weekends again, as the National Museum of China has reopened some of its exhibitions, which were closed during the past two months.
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.