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Nanjing Yangtze river bridge museum opens to public
​A museum was opened Saturday in east China's Jiangsu Province to showcase the history of the Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge, the first domestically-designed and built modern bridge over the Yangtze.
Chinese, Finnish artists have 'dialogue of ink'
Graduating from Vantaa Vocational collage Varia and Metropolia University of Applied Sciences in Finland, Waire started painting with ink in 2009.
Tang-style Dress Show in ancient Xi'an
Tang-style Dress Show was a part of Xi'an city's tourism industry promotion designed to attract more tourists.
Top Beijing exhibitions to visit during Spring Festival
Museums and art galleries in Beijing have prepared premium exhibitions for visitors to celebrate the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year.
UK museum to celebrate Chinese New Year
The National Maritime Museum in the UK has planned a wide range of activities to celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year.
Many museums overseas celebrate Lunar New Year
Spring Festival is widely celebrated by museums as a chance to attract broader audiences and invite visitors to learn more about China.
A Beijing show highlights pig motifs on cultural items
A new exhibition celebrating the Year of the Pig opened to the public at the Capital Museum in Beijing on Tuesday. The first day of Lunar New Year falls on Feb. 5 this year.
NZ children create colorful Chinese dragons, Terracotta Warriors
Nearly 100 children color in sketches of Chinese dragons and warriors, and make them into simple crafts.
Returned cultural relic exhibited at the National Museum
A looted Chinese bronze vessel returned to China in November, is on display in an exclusive exhibition at the National Museum of China.
Drawing inspiration
An artist is now using an interactive online-education platform to teach people how to sketch with colored pencils, Chen Meiling reports.
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