special military上海后花园品茶微信 bureau to investigate paranormal incidents, is co-financed by Beijing Culture, Hua
yi Brothers Media and Tencent Pictures.Marking as director Ding’s latest action flick after A Better Tom
morrow 2018, S.W.A.T. is about a team of Chinese special forces which cracks down a drug-producing base.
he 22nd Shanghai International Film Festival concluded with a star-studded ceremony
at the Shanghai Grand Theatre. As one of the largest celebrations of the film industry in Asia, the
event was held from June 15 to 24, during which 522 movies were screened in 47 local cinemas.
The festival witnessed new and enhanced exchanges and connections between the Chi
nese film sector and those in countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative.
Iranian film Castle of Dreams was the big winner at the 22nd Shanghai Inte
rnational Film Festival, winning best actor, best director and best feature film honors.
The film Inhale-Exhale, a coproduction of Georgia, Russia and Sweden, won
the Grand Jury Prize, with its leading actress Salome Demuria taking the best actress award.
ecent years, Beiji上海千花网女神会所ng Culture is known for producing Wolf Warrior 2, and
The Wandering Earth, the top and second highest-grossing films of all time in China.
Aside from Huang, the film also casts A-list actresses Wang Luodan and Tan Zhuo.
As the directorial debut of renowned scriptwriter Dong Runnian, the movie is sort of a dark noir to explore humanity in extreme situa
tions. A huge bunch of weird light falls onto a city, causing the disappearance a lot of people. Amid fears an
d sorrows, the surviving civilians are trying to unravel the mystery as well as facing off new conflicts.
The other three films of Beijing Culture’s lineup are Taiwan director Lin Yu-hsien’s Danc
ing Elephant, Lu Chuan’s new directorial adventure tale Bureau 749, and director Ding Sheng’s action drama S.W.A.T.
Starring Jin Chunhua and Ai Lun, the inspirational comedy Dancing Elephant is about a dancer who falls into a coma after an accident. She wakes up 15 years
later, finding herself gaining a lot of weights, making her wish to return to stage a tough journey.
Dancing Elephant, now traveling across China to hold promotional events in nine cities, will be officially released on July 26.
exhibition offere上海千花坊品茶微信d a section for people with disabilities.
Ten years ago when the 2009 World Stamp Exhibition took place in Luoyang, Henan province, Li Shaohua, a fellow of the Al
l-China Philatelic Federation who has mobility impairment, founded the China Disabled Persons Stamp Collecting Association.
According to Li, currently president of the association, the association now has more than 1,000 mem
bers. Over 200 members from the association attended the world stamp exhibition on the first day, bringing 124 sets of stamps.
“Establishing a section for people with disabilities is groundbreaking. It fulfills the wish
of many disabled philatelists across China and shows the care devoted to the disabled,” he says.
As for Li, he brought his own collection entitled Disability and Recovery, int
ending to raise awareness for the disabled and motivate them on their road to recovery.
hina’s metro syst上海龙凤419品茶微信em has seen burgeoning growth over the past decades, with up close to 4,600 kilometers built since
the country’s first subway line opened in Beijing back in 1969, according to the 21st Century Business Herald.
Currently, 33 Chinese cities have subways, of which 21 entered the rail transit era in the last 10 years, the newspaper said.
Shanghai led all other Chinese cities with operating mileage of 669 kilometers as of Jun
e 6 this year, followed by Beijing and Guangzhou, with 617 kilometers and 473 kilometers.
Shenzhen’s 285 kilometers of operating mileage won its fourth spot, bu
t the figure lagged far behind the first three, while narrowing the gap with cities such as W
uhan, Chengdu and Chongqing, the newspaper added by compiling relevant data.
As a whole, 13 out of the 33 cities ran lines exceeding 100 kilometers in the same period.
is being held at t上海贵族宝贝女神会所 he China Cultural Center of Sydney, Australia from June 18 to 27, arousing visitors’ i
nterest in Guizhou’s sceneries, intangible cultural heritages, ethnic groups’ culture, liquors, and tea.
The activity is held in the form of an exhibition showcasing Guizhou’s famous scenic sp
ots such as Wanfenglin in Xingyi, Huangguoshu Waterfall in Anshun, and Jiaxiu Tower in Guiyang, whi
ch allow the visitors to learn more about Guizhou’s natural sceneries, folk customs, and tourism resources.
Yang Zhi, minister counselor for culture for the Chinese embassy in Australi
a, was invited to the activity and was impressed by Guizhou’s development in the tourism indu
stry. He expressed his wishes to help Guizhou to promote its tourism resources in Australia.
country, with 上海千花网品茶微信more and more audio visual products of increasingly high quality being created,” said Cui Chenghao, deputy Party secr
etary of the research center of the National Radio and Television Administration, during the summit.
Cui, who is also the deputy editor of the report, points out that major online video platforms in China, including Tencent platform
iQiyi, have been pouring capital into the production of original content and the quality of most works have rea
ched a level that is comparable to those produced by broadcasting companies.
“For instance, most original online shows no longer depend solely on the star factor of famous personalities. More and more new
actors are appearing in these programs,” he says.Cui also claims that technological advancements have been dri
ving growth in the online media market since 2018 when technology such as 4K (ultra-high definition) and 8K re
solution as well as virtual reality started becoming more prevalent in the industry.