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Boosting Culture
China indeed needs to reach a state of parity to develop its cultural industries into a powerhouse, not only to satisfy the growing demands of the Chinese people for healthier and more enriched cultural lives, and raise the cultural and moral integrity of the nation, but also to maintain more balanced economic, social and cultural development for the nation, as well as boost China's overall competitiveness
Unleashing Growth

As the cultural sector moves toward diversity and prosperity, the Sixth Plenum of 17th CPC Central Committee opened on October 15 to address problems that prevent cultural enterprises from fully unleashing their growth momentum

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Culture's Infinite Charm
Collector's passion inspires private museum
Blooming Again
The China Oriental Performing Arts Group is a model for the reform of China's cultural system
The Cultural Sector Reform
2000:  "Developing cultural industries" was first written in Central Government documents.

2003: The CPC Publicity Department required 35 cultural institutions and nine cities to do cultural reform experiments, marking the beginning of China's cultural sector reform.

2007: The 17th CPC National Congress pledged to work out policies to improve and support non-profit cultural services while developing cultural industries and encouraging innovation.                                                                              more
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