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TV schedule adjusted for extended vacation - Entertainment in China
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TV schedule adjusted for extended vacation

Shanghai Media Group has re-organized its programming for young people as the winter holiday continues. New shows will feature local teachers and famous animators.
YUNGBLUD brings 'Twisted Tales' to Shanghai - Entertainment in China
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YUNGBLUD brings 'Twisted Tales' to Shanghai

YUNGBLUD is making a first appearance on Shanghai stage as part of his "Twisted Tales of the Ritalin Club" tour.
City TV Channel offers themed galas for Spring Festival - Entertainment in China
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City TV Channel offers themed galas for Spring Festival

The galas will highlight Shanghai's traditional arts and cultures and showcase people's lives and new achievements.
British star's 'What a Time to Be Alive' tour is in town - Entertainment in China
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British star's 'What a Time to Be Alive' tour is in town

The Scotland-born, Manchester-based singer-songwriter Tom Walker has penciled in a Shanghai date as part of his world tour "What a Time to Be Alive."
Dragon TV heats up Spring Festival screen - Entertainment in China
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Dragon TV heats up Spring Festival screen

Dragon TV's Spring Festival Gala will feature several novelty programs, lavish stage effects and film and TV celebrities from all over the country.
Small screen packed with plentiful Spring Festival programs - Entertainment in China
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Small screen packed with plentiful Spring Festival programs

This holiday season, local TV channels will air light-hearted reality shows, insightful documentaries and audience-pleasing films.
'Detective Chinatown 3' cast meets local fans - Entertainment in China
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'Detective Chinatown 3' cast meets local fans

The third installment in the popular "Detective Chinatown" series is slated for national release on Saturday, the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year.
Chinese period drama hailed by TV viewers - Entertainment in China
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Chinese period drama hailed by TV viewers

China's TV audience has hailed the latest period drama "New World" following its premiere on Dragon TV this week.
Movie industry sees solution for visually impaired - Entertainment in China
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Movie industry sees solution for visually impaired

Starting January 25, visually impaired audiences can watch "Lost in Russia," Shanghai's first movie with a special narration channel, at 50 cinemas around the city.
Nightwish gothic blend of rock to hit the city - Entertainment in China
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Nightwish gothic blend of rock to hit the city

Finnish national treasure Nightwish is back on the road again.
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