- Chinese museums, galleries regale netizens with cultural feast through online exhibitions
Chinese museums and galleries have accelerated their digital transformation and have rolled out online exhibitions through the application of digital technologies while exploring innovative ways to display their exhibits, regaling visitors with a cultural feast both online and offline.
- China donates books to school in Madagascar
The Chinese government donated almost 3,000 books in Chinese and French to the Malagasy school Le Petit Nid on May 5, marking the opening of a reading room there.
- UN Chinese Language Day marked in Vienna
A virtual event opened here on Monday to mark the United Nations (UN) Chinese Language Day and promote the Chinese language and culture.
- Artist paints a picture of hope
Rural vistas and people's resilience key themes in impressive body of work.
- China plays vital role in restoring Cambodian UNESCO site
China's movie box office enjoyed a bounce over the May Day holiday, amassing 297 million yuan ($44.77 million) over the five-day period ending Wednesday.
- A place of artifacts, and ideas
The callused hands of Huang Yanhui look more like those of a farmer than a museum curator's. Yet he has been the "curator" of the Northern Folk Museum of Heilongjiang in Bayan county, Northeast China's Heilongjiang province, since his father Huang Xinzhang founded it in 2013.
- Rare leaf monkeys spotted in China's Yunnan
A group of Phayre's leaf monkeys were recently spotted and captured on camera in a nature reserve in southwest China's Yunnan Province, sources with the reserve said.
- The “melody” in a handmade leather carving studio
Hou Mingliang, a craftsman of handmade leather carving, kept beating the burin with a small hammer to create a vivid pattern on a 20cm square piece of leather. Hou Mingliang has been carving this leather carving work of goat's head for more than a week.
- Restorer of ancient classics is a man of his word
Gently removing the upper and lower layers of the hardwood cover, Yang Liqun takes out a sheet of paper that has been repaired. The original gap in the ancient manuscript has been filled, with its former softness restored.
- Qichun-- Hometown of Li Shizhen
Qichun-- Hometown of Li Shizhen
- Chinese culture show staged in Ghana university to boost friendly ties
The Confucius Institute at the University of Ghana on Sunday staged a Chinese culture show to the Ghanaian audience to promote cultural links between the two peoples.
- Ancient coin exhibit in Vienna includes Chinese relics
Ancient coin exhibit in Vienna includes Chinese relics
- Dates set for China's 2022 national college entrance exam
China's national college entrance exam for 2022, also known as Gaokao, will be held on June 7 and 8, the Ministry of Education (MOE) announced Saturday.
- China Focus: "Chef course" for school kids stokes spirited discussions online
Earlier this week, social media posts about a cooking course for school kids, as part of a revamped life skill program to be delivered nationwide this September, went viral on the internet.
- Chinese mainland registers tallest tree in Tibet
Chinese researchers have found a 76.8-meter tree in Medog County in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, the tallest ever registered in the Chinese mainland, local authorities said Monday.
- Matthew Bourne productions screened online for Chinese viewers
Five stage productions by British choreographer Matthew Bourne — Swan Lake, The Red Shoes, Cinderella, Romeo and Juliet and The Car Man, are now screening on Chinese online streaming platform Tencent Video as part of an online screening series co-launched by Beijing-based ATW Culture Media Ltd.
- The sound of traditional music goes online
Arts academy ensures public has access to historic recordings stretching back decades, Chen Nan reports.
- Popular show inspired from 16th-century novel 'tests' celebrities
The 16th-century novel Journey to the West, one of China's four greatest classics, has spawned a lot of movies and TV programs over the past several decades.
- Scrolling the fight against the pandemic
On first sight, you'd probably think this is an antique Chinese landscape painting. It seems to tick the boxes for such a description. Scroll format? Check. The yellow backdrop? Check. Ancient buildings with gray-green tiles and flying eaves? Check.
- A revolution in the world of communist literature
When talking about their middle and high school days, many friends often complain how politics as a subject was both difficult and boring. The textbooks had names of foreigners that were difficult to remember, the content included theories that were often difficult to comprehend, and the exams no less difficult.
- A feminine perspective
These days, a greater number of serious scholars are seeking to reach a greater readership to popularize complicated theories, so that their studies can really benefit people's daily lives.
- On your Marx, get set, read
An increasing number of people are reading communist literature, which is reaching readers in new forms, thanks to evolving technologies and media
- Shanghai postpones entrance examinations for college, senior high
The Shanghai Municipal government Saturday said the city's entrance examinations for colleges and senior high schools will be postponed for a month due to the latest resurgence of COVID-19.
- GLOBALink | Lixia: start of summer
May 5 is a goodbye to spring and a welcome to summer in China, as the day marks Lixia, or the start of summer, the 7th of the 24 Chinese solar terms.
- China's box office gets holiday boost, amassing 297 mln yuan
China's movie box office enjoyed a bounce over the May Day holiday, amassing 297 million yuan (44.77 million U.S. dollars) over the five-day period ending Wednesday.
- 7th cross-Strait ceremony to worship Emperor Yan to be held in China’s Shanxi
The 7th cross-Strait ceremony to worship Emperor Yan, a legendary ancestor of the Chinese nation, will take place on May 8 in Gaoping, a county-level city in north China’s Shanxi Province, where the mausoleum of Emperor Yan is located, its organizers revealed at a recent press conference.
- Countryside road trips hot amid Beijing's epidemic control during May Day holiday
Countryside road trips have become a favored choice during the five-day May Day holiday, which ended Wednesday, as the Chinese capital city intensified restrictive measures against COVID-19 to curb cross-infection.
- Exhibition on Chinese youth movement history opens in Beijing
An exhibition on the history of the Chinese youth movement has opened in Beijing to mark the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Youth League of China (CYLC).
- China calls for more efforts to protect revolutionary cultural relics
China has issued a circular calling for various departments and localities across the country to enhance efforts to protect revolutionary cultural relics, according to the National Cultural Heritage Administration.
- Annual list of recipients of top honor for young Chinese unveiled
China's youth organizations on Tuesday unveiled their annual list of winners of the China Youth May Fourth Medal -- the top honor for outstanding young Chinese people -- in the 26th iteration of the awards event.