Arts• News• Features• Opinion• Photos• Video• Art & Design• Movies & TV• Stage• Books• Music
Top News
Animated Chinese idioms could be key to cultural education
"The people from the Kingdom of Zhao were music savvy. They walked like this, very elegantly," says Chou Kung-shin, as she demonstrates how people walked during the Warring States Period (475-221 BC).
Online writer now a favorite of TV producers
For someone who started writing as a hobby, Ding Mo (pen name) has done pretty well for herself.
Big brains win big fame
A science-quiz TV show ignites passion for knowledge and makes victors celebrities.
Disney contest gives students a close look at theme park design
The Disney Imaginations Shanghai Design Competition ended with the team from E. China University of Science and Technology winning the contest.
Nicholas Cage unveils new film museum in Hainan
Movie star Nicholas Cage unveiled a new temporary film museum located in Sanya, Hainan province on Tuesday as a warm-up event for the First Hainan International Film Festival.
Bilingual education in Guangxi bridges tradition, development
Each week, 68-year-old Huang Tianheng travels 12km uptown to teach a group of children wearing colorful traditional clothes to sing songs in Zhuang, a language used by China's ethnic minority Zhuang people.
Kung Fu gala expected to promote Chinese culture in US
A Chinese Kung Fu gala, performed by Chinese and U.S. Kung Fu masters in the San Francisco Bay Area, is expected to ignite the local people's enthusiasm for Chinese martial arts and promote cultural exchange between China and California.
Universities from China, South Asia, Southeast Asia form into alliance
One hundred and three universities from China, South Asia and Southeast Asia have formed into an alliance to enhance regional cooperation on higher education.
Palace Museum explores 'Chinese facial beauty'
Put on lipstick that shares the same shade with the red wall of the 600-year-old Forbidden City -- China's beauty-craze ladies have a new but very traditional addition on their dressing tables lately.
Cultural relic returns to China
​A Chinese bronze vessel looted from Yuanmingyuan, or the Old Summer Palace, has recently returned to China and entered the collections at the National Museum of China on Tuesday.
1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  

Send your storiesGet more from