During the Chinese People's War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression, many fighters sang Yue Fei's "Full River Red" when they launched the national salvation movement and went to the battlefield. The composer of this song is Yang Yinliu, the founder of Chinese ethnomusicology.
A picture of a book named Sinners to Be Sinless: The Faith and Life of Wenzhou Christians
Recently, Zhang Jieke's book Sinners to Be Sinless: The Faith and Life of Wenzhou Christians was jointly published by the Chinese Christian Literature Council and the Center for Christian and Chinese Cultural Society Research of Chung Yuan Christian University.
A picture taken in January 2023 shows an art literature exhibition to commemorate the 170th Anniversary of the Tushan Bay Art Gallery held at the Xujiahui Academy in Shanghai.
On April 23rd when World Book Day was celebrated, the renowned 82-year-old Taiwanese writer Zhang Xiaofeng visited Shanghai to unveil her latest book titled Over the Mountain Grass Where Musk Deer Left the Fragrance.
A new book by Liu Guopeng, deputy director of the Christian Studies Department of the Institute of World Religions at CASS, on the Chinese Catholic Church under the tension of sinicization and catholocity, was published.