(China Daily) The Door Lock, a film that sheds light on the safety women who live alone, opened across China on November 19.

Executive producer Wu Bai and director Bie Ke as well as stars Bai Baihe and Bai Ke attended the premiere in Beijing on Nov 17, revealing they hope the movie will raise public awareness about how to stay safe for people who live alone, especially single women.

The movie starts with Fang Hui, a young woman played by Bai Baihe, striving for career success in a metropolis.

(Xinhua) Domestic comedy-suspense film Be Somebody continued to lead the Chinese mainland box office chart on Saturday, data from the China Movie Data Information Network showed Sunday.

The film tells the story of a group of frustrated filmmakers who gather to plan on a new film about a notorious criminal case. It generated 63.6 million yuan ($9.9 million) on Saturday, accounting for nearly half of the day's total.

The 10th Shanghai New Customization Week (SNCW), was held from November 12-17 at the Bund Finance Center (BFC), showcasing designs with distinctive Chinese aesthetics.