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Gaming culture

China Daily

09:56, May 10, 2021

Sun Yong discusses Wood Joints, an app which demonstrates the mortise-and-tenon structures that are frequently applied in traditional wooden furniture and architecture, at Apple's Sanlitun retail outlet in Beijing on April 18. (Photo: China Daily)

A group of performers presents how traditional instruments accompany Peking Opera shows at one session of "Today at Apple " on April 25. (Photo: China Daily)

A snapshot of Ink, Mountains and Mystery, a mobile game developed jointly by NetEase and the Palace Museum in Beijing. (Photo: China Daily)

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