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Preserving A Tradition
China has a long history of paper cut art, but the tradition needs help to survive in modern times
 Intangible Cultural Heritage on UNESCO List
Along with structured cultural heritage, intangible heritage presents a nation with a sense of unity and belonging, beneficial not only to itself but also to humanity as a whole
 More Than a Memory
Many Chinese traditional folk art forms and skills are disappearing daily, causing protectionists to rally before its too late
 Time Running Out for National Treasures
These intangible national treasures are facing their toughest challenge to date in the ongoing fight against the unrelenting drive of urbanization and globalization
 Cultural Resurrection
One of the ways we preserve memories of the past is through our cultural heritage that has been passed on from generation to generation
-60th Anniversary of the People's Republic of China
-10th Anniversary of Macao's Return to China
-United Nations Climate Change Conference
-Timeless Yang Xianyi
-World in Retrospect 2009
30 Years of Reform and Opening Up
-Sweet Moments in 2008
-Beijing Review Wishes Our Readers a Peaceful and Prosperous New Year
-A Heartwarming Winter
-Christmas Is All Around
-Direct Era Takes Shape Across Straits
Economic Retrospect in 2007 and Prospect in 2008
-Aging Society Seeks Ways to Cope
-The Toy Story
-Close Sino-French Ties
-Sport's Development
-China Japan Relations

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