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在线翻译:
szdaily -> Culture
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A Sick Day for Amos McGee
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Recommended Books
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Music Picks
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Paul
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Music season turns compact
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Mummies highlight Silk Road legacy
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Amateur art troupes flourish in city
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Women artists explore feminism
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Curtain raises on spring season at Poly
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Japanese prints on display
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SSO invites students to free concerts
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Tibetans celebrate Buddhist festival
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Japanese artist displays abstract paintings
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Recommended Books
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Music Picks
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Tiger’s Curse
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Justin Bieber: Never Say Never
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‘Red Mansions’ and Cao Xueqin
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About Liu Xinwu
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Author’s rewrite of classic novel stirs debate
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Museum displays the art of shadow plays
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Shaoxing opera maestro dies at 89
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Mix -and- matcha smash hit for Beijing opera
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Asian literary prize shortlist to be unveiled
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SZ artists on display in the United States
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Ullens ‘retreat’ rumors denied
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Exhibition shows the history of Chinese graphic design
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Films that had nothing to do with the box office in 2010
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The animals which represent lunar Chinese years
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Chinese Zodiac — rabbit
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The Chinese Year of the Rabbit
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Avant-garde artist plays around with language
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Just one of the tadpoles: Luo Xu
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Italian logos tell stories of design
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U.S. author stirs debate over ‘Chinese’ values
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Artist shows 10 years of work
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RECORDING 2010'S CULTURAL HIGHLIGHTS
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Jinggang Mountain vies for World Heritage listing
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Buyers lose in unregulated art market
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Publishers of Chinese books predict boom
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Novels about officialdom are hot sellers in 2010
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Exhibition commemorating late writer opens in Taipei
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Shi Tiesheng: the end of a spiritual journey
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Recommended Books
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Music Picks
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The Lying Game
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Gulliver’s Travels
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Spite and spatter, version 2010: controversies in Chinese publishing circles
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Exhibition celebrates modern Indian art
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Recommended Books

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