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EDINBURGH Dalvin Tomlinson Jersey , Aug. 13 (Xinhua) -- Renowned Chinese film director Zhang Yimou, who's also known for directing the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympic Games, made the overseas premiere of his new conceptual performance in Edinburgh Fringe Festival Saturday and Sunday.


Combining Chinese traditional arts and modern technology, and jointly performed by Chinese artists and foreign studios, the two-day show called "2047 Apologue" was sold out to around 2,000 audience.


As the director of the show, Zhang Yimou delivered a video speech at the premiere, in which he said his new production is trying to touch on the question of "the relationship between human and technology, as well as the cultural collision and integration between China and the world, tradition and the future."


"It is not only a show or a story," he said, "but more like a reflection on puzzles that come with the rapid progression of technology."


The Chinese director said his inspiration have come from the hope that more children could spend less time on computers, more time on communication with family and friends.


Gorden, one of the audience, praised the artistic expression of the show, saying he was quite shocked and touched. "It uses a form I've never seen before."


Bao Yi, producer of "2047 Apologue", said that they chose Chinese Art and Culture Festival, which is organized under the framework of Edinburgh Fringe Festival, as their first overseas platform. Later this year, they plan to take the show to New York and Sydney.


Chinese Art and Culture Festival, organized by the Scotland-China Chamber of Commerce, has been held successfully for three consecutive years.


Song Jie, the chamber president, believes the overseas Chinese society can act as a bridge between China and the outside world, helping to bring Chinese arts and culture to the world stage.


The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is one of the largest art festivals in the world, covering a wide range of drama, music, dance, film and so on. It attracts millions of visitors from all over the world. This year, the Fringe runs from Aug. 4 to 28, with more than 50,000 artists and performers bringing over 3,000 performances.


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by Xinhua writer Liang Junqian


BEIJING, Dec. 18 (Xinhua) -- As 2017 moves further into the rearview mirror, it leaves a mixed message. The year has seen both hope and fear in an increasingly complex and interdependent world and the call is for all countries to joins hands and shoulder their due responsibility.


A DIVIDED WORLD


It's been a year of tumult that brought a flurry of changes marking a divided world. Some countries retreated into nationalism, protectionism or unilateralism. Globalization faced political headwinds while instability and uncertainty prevailed.


In the international arena, the United States pulled up the drawbridge in the name of protecting national interests. Since he assumed office in January, President Donald Trump has abandoned or threatened to quit several international accords under his "America First" policy. Washington withdrew from the Paris Agreement on climate change, pulled out of the United Nations (UN)'s culture and education body UNESCO, and ended its participation in the Global Compact on Migration, dismaying even close allies.


Domestically, the Trump Administration came under fire for the continued racial and ethnic tensions that started erupting since his predecessor Barack Obama's tenure. In August, a UN committee to tackle racism issued "an early warning" over the conditions in the United States, prompting The Guardian daily to comment that after the warning, "America's self-image begins to crack."


In 2017, a spate of elections across Europe -- in the Netherlands, France, Germany and Austria -- added to the turmoil. With German Chancellor Angela Merkel failing to form a majority government and voicing her preference for reelections, she may face a tougher battle if reelections are held.


Also, following British Prime Minister Theresa May's plodding ahead with Brexit talks, there is now widespread fear that the trail blazed by Brexiters will trigger more euroscepticism and europhobia. Analysts have said that Britain exiting the European Union (EU) poses a systematic challenge to the future of European integrity.


There are more rifts elsewhere. The Russia-U.S. tit-for-tat tussle has escalated, leading to new sanctions and diplomatic expulsions. The U.S. decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital has seen a volley of global condemnation and protests.


In the turbulent Middle East, after the violence in Syria and Yemen, now oil-rich Qatar has been isolated by its powerful Arab neighbors over its alleged support for terrorism.


"All these problems should be addressed by regional cooperation, multilateral mechanisms and globalization," Ruan Zongze, executive vice president of China Institute of International Studies, the think tank of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has told Xinhua.


CHANNELS FOR WIN-WIN COOPERATION


Experts are calling for channels of communication and multilateral cooperation to avoid misunderstandings that could worsen into conflicts.


"Creating a shared future in a fractured world requires addressing issues on the global agenda in a holistic, interconnected and future-oriented way," Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, recently said

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