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December-2-2018
Bringing lost ceramic craftsmanship back to life
China launched campaign to revitalize the tradition of "Ding ware" making in 1970s, after the technique fell into decline after end of Yuan Dynasty.
November-30-2018
Chinese lanterns dazzle at NYC winter festival
Chinese lanterns dazzle at NYC winter festival
November-29-2018
Art of bamboo weaving preserved by study
To mark the 40th anniversary of the beginning of China's reform and opening-up, China Daily is featuring a series of stories on grassroots newsmakers. This is the first in the series.
November-29-2018
Renaissance masterpieces exhibited in Nanjing
Sixty-eight works by art masters of the Renaissance, including Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Raphael, made their debut in the city of Nanjing in east China's Jiangsu Province on Wednesday.
November-29-2018
1,000-year-old ink painting sells for US$59.2 mln
An 11th-century Chinese ink painting fetched HK$463.6 million ($59.2 million) at a Christie's sale in HK.
November-28-2018
Artistic vision of the future
The recent international intermedia art festival at Beijing's Times Art Museum explored a vision of our future with works by over 80 artists from across the world, using virtual reality, artificial intelligence and holography.
November-28-2018
Chinese, US schools explore the role of art
The China Academy of Art and the San Francisco Art Institute, both prestigious art schools in their respective countries, are currently holding an exhibition and a symposium to explore the role of art in the modern technological age.
November-28-2018
'Wisdom of Confucius Culture' exhibition kicks off in Portugal
An exhibition called "Wisdom of Confucius Culture" kicked off on Monday at the Confucius Institute of Lisbon University in Portugal.
November-27-2018
Famous contemporary art pieces on display in Beijing
Dozens of contemporary art pieces by Chinese and other international artists are now on display at the Parkview Museum in Beijing.
November-27-2018
Artist carves traditional culture on eggshells
Egg carving is often called "the most fragile art," as it requires the ultimate precision and care before, during and even after the creation.
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