China's National Cultural Heritage Administration has called for scenic spots and organizations to open their historic buildings to the public as much as possible.
Eight countries jointly called for the revitalization of historical civilizations in the development of a contemporary world.
The two-day 4th Ministerial Forum on Cultural Cooperation between China and Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs) concluded here on Tuesday.
President Xi Jinping encouraged Chinese filmmakers to create even more stellar works in the new era in remarks read at the opening ceremony of the five-day 28th Golden Rooster and Hundred Flowers Film Festival on Tuesday in Xiamen, Fujian province.
China's tax authority said Friday it had ordered local authorities to reinforce tax compliance in the film and television industry.
A notice requiring the improvement of inspections on stolen cultural relics' entry and exit was recently issued.
China's first law on public libraries took effect on Jan 1.
Against such a backdrop, a seminar titled “The Growth and Value Analysis of Modern TV Industry”, organized by the School of Arts and Communication of Beijing Normal University, was held in Beijing on September 8.
China has banned the streaming of drama that does not have a government permit, with online dramas now subject to the same regulation as that of regular television series.
The Chinese government has publicized a draft ordinance promoting "reading for all", to solicit public opinion, a move to create better reading habits among the population.
China's new film industry law provides the regulation needed to help bring the fast-growing market into a golden era, according to industry insiders.
The first set of laws and regulations targeting China's cultural industry officially came into effect on March 1.