China Chiristian Daily

- January 24, 2017 -

Articles by "M. Grace"

  • China Changing Hollywood?

    The growth of middle class in China has created a massive new market for the film and entertainment industry. In connection, China has built an average of 27 new cinemas this year and surpassed the US with 40,475 screens in total. With this, China is reported to be surpassing Hollywood's revenue, making China the largest movie market in the world.

  • China Tightens Currency For Overseas Use

    Escape of money adds to a pressure on a decreasing economy, regulators in China are trying to stop or avoid overseas use of its currency by increasing and tightening certain overseas deals.

  • China to build $2 Billion Film Studio

    China's government has recently announced it will build a $2 billion film studio in order to expand wide China's already burgeoning film industry.

  • 'Grey's Anatomy' Season 13 Episode 10 Spoilers

    "Grey's Anatomy" season 13 left the fans hanging as they decided to have a pause and not show the 13th season last Thursday. It was revealed that the 10th episode of the series would be shown next year, 2017. Its recent finale, entitled 'You Haven't Done Nothin' made fans curious of what could happen next. But there are spoilers about Amelia left Owen for good.

  • Paul Walker's memory lives on

    Fast and Furious costars paid tribute to the late actor Paul Walker on the three-year anniversary of his death on Wednesday, November 30.

  • Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Will Make You Cry Says Chris Pratt

    As he goes out on the promotional tour for Jurassic World over the next few weeks, Chris Pratt will surely be inundated by questions about what we can expect from the highly-anticipated Guardians of the Galaxy 2. Because of Marvel Studios rather strict secrecy policy, the truth of the matter is that the star really can't say much about the project - but what he has noted is that writer/director James Gunn's idea for the sequel actually brought tears to his eyes.

  • Modern International Road Transport To Open In China By 2020

    China is set to provide more updated and latest open and efficient international road system four years from now. This is reported to help international transport and also strengthen connection of the country among countries along the Belt and Road.

  • The Mummy: New World Of Gods And Monsters

    Tom Cruise headlines a spectacular, all-new cinematic version of the legend that has fascinated cultures all over the world since the dawn of civilization: "The Mummy."

  • Grammy awards 2017: Beyonce leads nominations

    The announcement of the nominations for the 59th annual Grammy awards, which will be handed out on 12 February, had some expected outcomes - Beyoncé dominated, with Lemonade and its affiliated properties receiving nine nominations, while Adele's 25 scored her five nominations. As with any attempt to winnow down pop music to some semi-arbitrary notion of "bests", though, the real stories come from what might be missing.

  • Review: Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS (3DS)

    Though it never had much of a chance of matching its predecessor in sales, the 3DS has nevertheless proven to be a valuable hardware hit for Nintendo. Its solid sales have not only defied many gloomy early expectations, but has ensured that it's been a strong platform for vital franchises, from sure-fire hits like the Pokémon main series to odds-defying returns to form like we've seen with the system's Fire Emblem games. Now, in its later stages, the portable is offering sanctuary to a few Wii U titles that could only achieve modest success on the home console, despite their obvious quality - Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS is the latest in that list.

  • Gigi Hadid Says She Has A Thyroid Disease

    Gigi Hadid, being one of the top models gets a lot of praise as well as criticisms. She was called "too fat" or "too thin". However, in the recent interview of the Victoria Secret Angel model, she opened up about her struggle to maintain weight.

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