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Japanese WWII surrender video debuted at China museum

[2015-04-18 21:31]

A museum in Central China's Hunan province reopened after renovation and debuted video footage documenting Japan's surrender in the province.

Fans call on Disney to 'not whitewash' Mulan

[2015-04-14 10:50]

More than 38,000 fans have petitioned on social media website Care2 to call on Disney "not to whitewash" the casting of upcoming film Mulan.

Carnegie Hall's youth orchestra to play in China

[2015-04-07 10:40]

The Carnegie Hall National Youth Orchestra is headed to China for the first time this summer.

Flying Tiger nurse honored

[2015-01-19 09:43]

A book Piloted to Serve, co-authored by Deborah Chung and her mother Rebecca Chan who had served as a nurse for the Flying Tigers, was unveiled in Houston.

China's last 'Flying Tiger' dies at 91

[2014-10-01 20:54]

The last Flying Tiger pilot in China died of lung failure at 91 at a hospital in southwest China early Wednesday.

Former Flying Tigers pilot, 91, critically ill

[2014-09-24 07:40]

Long Qiming, 91, the only Flying Tigers pilot still alive on the Chinese mainland, was hospitalized in July with a serious lung infection, according to doctors at No 1 Hospital affi liated with Chongqing University of Medical Science.

China's Peking Opera company marks anniversary with US tour

[2014-08-22 09:58]

With lavishly embroidered costumes, elaborate makeup and acrobatics, a troupe of nearly 90 singers, actors and musicians of the Peking Opera begins a special U.S. tour on Wednesday at New York's Lincoln Center.

Performance in Times Square to commemorate Beijing Opera legend

[2014-08-19 23:41]

A performer from the 120th anniversary of Mei Lanfang from Jingju Theater Company of Beijing in Times Square, New York City on Tuesday.

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