- Across China: Farmer's museum in central China chronicles bygone era
After tilling his tomato and cucumber garden at the doorstep every morning, Yang Cungui walks hundreds of meters to his private museum and unlocks it. It is a farmers' museum that is open to the public free of charge.
- Across China: Barrier-free films bring light to visually impaired audiences
Fourth grader Chen Yuxin, a student at the Beijing School for the Blind, has had a life-long dream of attending a movie at a cinema.
- Welcome the International Children's Day
Welcome the International Children's Day
- Across China: A stalk of "Chinese grass" weaves its way to the world
Zhang Chaosong, 20, is operating a century-old loom at a very fast speed with the shuttle spinning in the air in a factory in Rongchang District of southwest China's Chongqing Municipality.
- Feature: Saving "King of Rhododendron"
A century ago, British botanist George Forrest found a huge rhododendron in southwest China. He sent a trunk sample back to Britain that shocked the local field of botany.
- Chinese language competition propels China-Ghana cultural exchange
The Chinese language competition "Chinese Bridge" has given an impetus to the cultural exchange between China and Ghana, Chinese Director of the Confucius Institute at the University of Ghana Chu Beijuan said Saturday.
- Beavering away for a good cause
Conservationist Chu Wenwen has been as industrious as the creatures she studies in creating platforms for their protection and promotion.
- Art form tunes into a revival as it looks to a new generation
Art center director Rehman Ablimit enjoys his daily routine of leading actors through rehearsals.
- Across China: The transition of village at altitude of 5,070 meters
In the eyes of Wangdu, 31, the most beautiful landscape in the world is in his hometown, a small village at 5,070 meters above sea level in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.
- Across China: Relocated rural children embrace new life out of mountains
Yao Dunyi's piano lesson in school began at 4:40 p.m., after regular academic classes finished.
- Ancient decarburization kiln discovered in central China
Archaeologists have discovered a decarburization kiln dating back to the Warring States Period (475 B.C.-221 B.C.) in the Houduanwan cast-iron relics site in Henan Province.
- Feature: Chinese university a bridge for Sino-India relationship
Eight decades later, as the world today is combating another crisis brought by COVID-19, the spirit of that great internationalist still lingers on in a medical university in Yinchuan, capital city of northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region.
- China's Dunhuang brings architecture depicted in murals to life with 3D technology
An exhibition showcasing models of the architecture painted in the murals of the Mogao Grottoes has opened in Dunhuang City, northwest China's Gansu Province.
- Outdoor opera "Princess Wencheng" staged for 10th year in Tibet
An outdoor opera based on the life of a Tang Dynasty (618-907) princess kicked off its tenth-year performance on Thursday in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.
- Feature: A glance of Wushu's popularity in Cuba amid COVID-19 pandemic
In the Cuban province of Ciego de Avila, located some 430 km east of the country's capital of Havana, nearly 500 people are now enrolled in the local Wushu school.
- 25 Qing Dynasty tombs discovered in China's Hunan
Archaeologists have found 25 tombs dating back to the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) in central China's Hunan Province, according to the provincial cultural relics and archaeology research institute.
- Across China: Young artists brighten Wuhan with paintings
Looking down from the sightseeing balloon, tourists are amazed by the ground painting in the East Lake scenic area in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province.
- Chinese, Ghanaian vocational colleges set up campus to cultivate more talents
A Chinese vocational college and a Ghanaian technical university on Friday jointly announced to set up a campus in Kumasi, the second-largest city in Ghana, to help cultivate more vocational talents in the West African country.
- China Focus: Sequel planned for China's top-grossing animated film, ignites expectations for quality titles
A sequel to the 2019 box office hit "Ne Zha" is on the way. The first "Ne Zha" became China's top-grossing animated film to date, generating a whopping 5 billion yuan (about 748.99 million U.S. dollars).
- Pic story: conservator of cultural treasure trove of Jiaohe Ruins in Xinjiang
Pic story: conservator of cultural treasure trove of Jiaohe Ruins in Xinjiang
- Grand Canal-themed museum opens in China's Henan
A museum themed on the Grand Canal, a vast waterway connecting the northern and southern parts of China, opened to the public in Luoyang City, central China's Henan Province on Wednesday, the International Museum Day.
- Majority of China's museums now offer free admission
The total number of Chinese museums rose by 395 to 6,183 in 2021, 90 percent of them offering free admission, said a senior cultural official Wednesday.
- Across China: Bringing ancient "money pots" back to life in Yunnan museum
A money pot might carry a sweet childhood memory for some. But as early as 2,000 years ago, in today's Yunnan Province of southwest China, it means wealth, status, and power.
- Abibulla: Use fire as ink and soldering iron as brush to paint a new life
A gourd, a soldering iron, the outline of the scene gradually appears on the gourd with wisps of smoke and scorch as the soldering iron touches down. Sitting in front of the workbench, Abibulla Remaiti is concentrating on his work with a pyrography pen. Behind him, there is a wide variety of gourds and gourd pyrography works in different forms and contents. Flowers, birds, landscapes, etc., all are lifelike, and all seem ready to come out at one's call.
- Young female cultural relics repairer brings ancient treasures back to life
Though she was born after 1995, Fu Jinfeng, a cultural relics repairer, has restored more than 100 pieces of cultural artifacts, which mainly include porcelain and pottery products, over the course of the past more than six years.
- In pics: Creative cultural products in Sanxingdui Museum
In pics: Creative cultural products in Sanxingdui Museum
- Views of Yungang Grottoes in N China's Shanxi
Views of Yungang Grottoes in N China's Shanxi
- Excavated bamboo slips tell evolution of Chinese reading habits
Six bamboo slips unearthed at an excavation site in central China's Hunan Province shed light on the history and evolution of Chinese reading habits, according to local archeologists.
- China's higher education enrollment rate reaches 57.8 pct
The gross enrollment rate of China's higher education hit 57.8 percent in 2021, compared with 30 percent in 2012, said the Ministry of Education (MOE) on Tuesday.
- Wild giant pandas spotted fighting for mating right in SW China
Infrared cameras have captured footage of wild giant pandas fighting for the right to mate in the Huanglong Nature Reserve of southwest China's Sichuan Province.