Arts• News• Features• Opinion• Photos• Video• Art & Design• Movies & TV• Stage• Books• Music
Top News
Discoveries in Jiangsu shed light on life in canal-side sites
Archaeological efforts between 2021 and 2023 at three sites in Huai'an — Qingchengmen, Xinlu and Banzhazhen — along the Grand Canal from south to north, shed light on ancient city life during the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties, scholars told a National Cultural Heritage Administration news conference in Beijing on Friday.
Experts brainstorm role of new technology in cultural heritage protection
At the seventh International Symposium on Cultural Heritage Conservation by Digitization held at the center, hundreds of experts and practitioners from home and abroad are considering the relationship between cultural heritage and new technologies.
Forum on digitized conservation of cultural heritage opens
The seventh International Symposium on Cultural Heritage Conservation by Digitization (CHCD) kicked off Tuesday in Beijing.
Singers battle to reinvigorate ancient 'slow rap'
With dynamic beats and catchy lyrics, singers battle each other onstage with performances that echo modern-day rap. Except this is something much older with very different roots.
Beijing snacks prove popular during summer vacation
As the summer season heats up, Beijing's dining scene is experiencing a boom, with a significant increase in customer traffic and revenue at numerous restaurants, and some unique cuisines witnessing overwhelming demand.
For the love of lutes
More than 120 young students from different parts of China performed at the Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing on Friday, playing adaptations of folk and pop music.
Beijing holds Confucius-Aristotle Symposium 2024
The Confucius-Aristotle Symposium 2024, co-organized by the Tsinghua Institute for Advanced Study in Humanities and Social Sciences, the Mencius Foundation, and the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (UN SDSN), was held in Beijing on July 11-12.
Breathing life into a childhood dream
China Daily presents the series Friends Afar to tell the stories of people-to-people exchanges between China and other countries. Through the vivid narration of the people in the stories, readers can get a better understanding of a country that is boosting openness.
Cambodia restoring Angkor Wat ground floor's southern central stairs, Naga balustrade
Cambodia's APSARA National Authority (ANA) archaeologists have been restoring the southern central stairs and Naga balustrade on the ground floor of the famed Angkor Wat, said an ANA's news release on Tuesday.
​Comedy blockbuster 'Successor' heats up China's summer box office
The Chinese comedy "Successor" topped the Chinese mainland box office with preview screenings on July 13, finally bringing heat to the lukewarm film market.
1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  

Send your storiesGet more from