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June-3-2020
Painting a hopeful picture
In the past four months, Liu Zhiwen has recreated more than 150 famous portraits on a wall in his hometown Daowu village.
June-1-2020
Portugal reactivates financial support for artistic projects
The Directorate-General for the Arts (DGArtes) of Portugal reopened on Friday the contests for artistic projects to win financial support worth 2.8 million euros (3.09 million U.S. dollars) in total.
May-29-2020
Internet technology offers closer look at fine art
While the Memorial Hall of Xu Beihong has been closed in light of the coronavirus, art lovers can take a virtual tour of the former home of the renowned Chinese painter.
May-27-2020
Stamp issued to remember the first Chinese scaling of Mt Qomolangma
China Post issued a stamp on May 25 commemorating the first Chinese mountain climbers reaching the summit of Mount Qomolangma, known as Everest in the West, six decades ago.
May-27-2020
Chinese pastry chef envisions a sweet life as a fondant artist
Zhou Fei, 26, made these pieces of fondant art for the variety show Qiaoshou Shentan (meaning "the craft detectives").
May-26-2020
Gallery Weekend Beijing heralds return of China's cultural scene
After months of postponement due to the COVID-19 epidemic, Gallery Weekend Beijing (GWBJ) returns to Beijing's 798 art district for the fourth time.
May-24-2020
2,000-year-old bronze pot with unknown liquid unearthed
A 2,000-year-old bronze pot freshly unearthed in central China's Henan Province has contained more than 3,000 ml of unknown liquid.
May-22-2020
Designing honor
Winning designs from a competition by a textile company are set to inspire love and solidarity in a world hit by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
May-22-2020
Cafes, restaurants in Lithuania become shop window
​Cafes and restaurants became a platform on Thursday to showcase collections by local designers affected by the COVID-19 lockdown as the country has allowed bars, cafes and restaurants to operate under strict safety rules.
May-19-2020
8 art colleges join hands to hold open online classes
Eight art institutions across China are jointly organizing open online classes from May 16 to June 6 that center on epidemic prevention and control.
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