Local children's troupe graces CCTV
A children's performance troupe comprised of students from Xiangan's First Experimental Primary School and Xindian Town Haiwa Team recently performed on the CCTV broadcast of the annual National Children's Quyi Exhibition in Zhangjiagang, Jiangsu.
Choral festival graces Gulangyu
The Kulangsu (Gulangyu) Choral Festival 2018 kicked off last Monday. The event includes performances by a dozen noted domestic and international choirs.
Local children set to debut pair of songs on CCTV show
The program will include performances by the Blue Dolphin Taiwan Opera Club, a children's musical group from the Haicang School Affiliated to Beijing Normal University
Picasso and Dali artworks on display
The event runs through August 10 and showcases 200 art pieces including paintings, sculptures and ceramics.
4 Days, 6 Concerts! Kulangsu Organ Arts Center to open its doors
The Kulangsu Organ Arts Center will be officially unveiled on July 8 to celebrate Kulangsu’s first UNESCO World Heritage anniversary.
Xiamen holds intl concert to boost ties with French city
The 2018 Xiamen International Friendship Concert was held on June 23 to strengthen cultural relations between Xiamen and its sister city of Nice, France.
XMU competitors triumph at Mongolia International Ballet Competition
Xiamen University professor Li Na recently joined dance instructor Ou Rui and dance graduate student Chen Yichao at the inaugural Mongolia International Ballet Competition in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
How Clockenflap founder was inspired by a blind traveller
A Sense of the World: How a Blind Man Became History’s Greatest Traveler (2006), by Jason Roberts, is a biography of Englishman James Holman (1786-1857), whose career as a solo traveller, writer and social observer was prolific despite the fact that he had been left blind by an illness in his 20s.