Ma Yue

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Moving to make dance more popular - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

Moving to make dance more popular

Dancer and choreographer Li Xing is having one of his busiest schedules – playing the lead role in eight performances of three productions within 10 days.
Five-year plan to promote sports in city unveiled - Sport News
Sport

Five-year plan to promote sports in city unveiled

About 8,000 more sports venues and facilities, including football pitches, outdoor activity centers and extreme-sport parks, will be built around the city in the next five years.
Two-month students' football tournament concludes - Sport News
Sport

Two-month students' football tournament concludes

The 36th Shanghai Port-SAIC Xinmin Evening News Students' Football Tournament dropped curtain this week, with the finals held at Minhang's T98 football training base on Monday.
Young runners joined by parents for mini marathon - Sport News
Sport

Young runners joined by parents for mini marathon

The Shangma Speed X Series Nike Kids Run was held in Huangpu District, attracting near 500 youngsters and their families in a 4.2-kilometer mini marathon.
Lang Lang's wife displays her own piano virtuosity in a first recording - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

Lang Lang's wife displays her own piano virtuosity in a first recording

German pianist Gina Alice Redlinger, better known as Chinese pianist Lang Lang's wife, released her first single, "Träumerei," from her forthcoming debut album "Wonderworld."
Guangdong culture interpreted via dance drama - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

Guangdong culture interpreted via dance drama

Dance drama "Dragon Boat Racing," winner of the 15th Wenhua Grand Prize, runs at Shanghai International Dance Center this weekend.
Classic love tragedy chosen as year-end musical - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

Classic love tragedy chosen as year-end musical

The Chinese adaptation of the French musical "Romeo and Juliette" kicks off a winter menu of hit shows at SAIC Shanghai Culture Square.
Something for every lover of performing arts - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

Something for every lover of performing arts

Shanghai Oriental Art Center's autumn-winter season spans 35 shows in 55 performances through February.
Architect builds musicals from work experience - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

Architect builds musicals from work experience

Canadian-Chinese architect Peter Fu is inviting audiences to share his insights about his profession and personal experiences in the format of an original musical.
Shanghai unveils 5-year cultural development plan - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Shanghai unveils 5-year cultural development plan

The city has announced a series of measures, including encouraging artistic creation and exploring the city's historical heritage, to enhance its cultural strength.
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