Art: Palace Mu­seum to un­veil games

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - PAGE TWO - Nikki Mir­a­cle Nikki, Dy­nasty Em­presses’ Court Dresses Twelve Beau­ties of Prince Yong.

The Palace Mu­seum in Bei­jing, noted for its cre­ative cul­tural prod­ucts, is col­lab­o­rat­ing with the de­vel­op­ers of the dress-up game which is pop­u­lar among women due to its ex­quis­ite cos­tume el­e­ments, to cre­ate a new se­ries. The first stage will fo­cus on the theme of

and The game is sched­uled to be re­leased early next year.

was re­leased by Chi­nese in­ter­net gi­ant Ten­cent in May last year.

Item­fromDec23,1994,in Chi­naDaily:TheChi­nese fast­food­in­dus­try,facin­gan on­slaughtof­for­eign­restau­rantsin­re­cen­tyears,has de­vel­ope­dquickly­but­still need­sim­prove­ment.

Th­e­salesval­ue­oftheChi­ne­se­fast­food­in­dus­try reached24­bil­lionyuan($2.8 bil­lion)in1993.…

Many Chi­nese are now or­der­ing fast food us­ing their mo­bile de­vices.

In the first half of this year, more than 146 mil­lion Chi­nese or­dered take­out via their smart­phones, ac­cord­ing to the China In­ter­net Net­work In­for­ma­tion Cen­ter.

The use of take­out apps rose by 40 per­cent dur­ing the same pe­riod, the cen­ter said. Such apps are par­tic­u­larly pop­u­lar among the younger gen­er­a­tion.

The com­pli­cated pro­ce­dures of Chi­nese cook­ing have left more than enough room for on­line cater­ing busi­nesses to flour­ish.

Cheap, fast and easy to choose, take­out food is feed­ing an in­creas­ing num­ber of Chi­nese who nat­u­rally have lower ex­pec­ta­tions of what they or­der on­line.

The grow­ing aware­ness of the im­por­tance of healthy eat­ing has cre­ated a huge de­mand for new types of take­out foods. In big cities, there are out­lets of­fer­ing healthy di­ets.

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