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The Chinese government is increasing its level of cultural exchanges with South Africa and Australia with a view to the development of potential film co-productions.
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.
The People's Republic of China has announced that it will host a WIPO summit on intellectual property, April 24-26, 2003, on the subject of 'Intellectual Property in the Knowledge Economy'.
Art troupes from more than 20 countries and regions will attend this year's Shanghai International Arts Festival which opened on November 1.
The Chinese government has blocked access to search engine AltaVista as part of its campaign to prevent citizens from accessing material deemed unsuitable and threatening to the ruling Communist Party.
A draft law which circulated at this year’s National People’s Congress (NPC) at the end of April proposed legalising private trade in antiquities for the first time since Communist 'liberation' in 1949.