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November-29-2019
Forum reviews Chinese operas' overseas communications
A forum on the global spread of traditional Chinese operas was held in Beijing on Wednesday, mainly focusing on Peking Opera's communications within East Asia.
November-28-2019
Millennium-old folk art attracts new following
Nianhua, aka Chinese New Year pictures, are a type of chromatic woodblock prints that boast a long history dating back to the Western Han Dynasty.
November-26-2019
Turkey returns two cultural artifacts to China
Turkey returned two Chinese cultural relics, which were reportedly illegally taken abroad, to China on Nov 25.
November-26-2019
Painting exhibition by Chinese artist attracts Nepali art lovers
​A one-day painting exhibition by a Chinese artist was held on Sunday, offering insight of Chinese arts to the Nepali art enthusiasts.
November-25-2019
Over 1,000-year-old tomb found in NW China
​A well-preserved tomb dating back to the Tang Dynasty (618-907) has been found in northwest China's Gansu Province, local authorities said.
November-25-2019
Wake-up call for a non-stop world
There are more smartphones in the world than there are people and the device's proliferation is outpacing the growth of the human population.
November-22-2019
Palace Museum is a wonderland for the imagination
A graduate of arts administration at the Central Academy of Fine Arts, the 27-year-old knows how important it is to see art in exhibitions and have a good teacher to explain and guide you.
November-21-2019
Traditional porcelain craft shines again at forum in Anhui
The sixth annual conference of the Taihu World Cultural Forum was held in Bengbu, East China's Anhui province, from Nov 17 to 19.
November-20-2019
Centuries-old printing technique makes a comeback
Letterpress, a centuries-old printing technique, is making an elegant comeback in China.
November-19-2019
Oracle: The cultural gene of China
Oracle bone inscriptions are tortoise shells and animal bones incised with signs recognized as the earliest system of Chinese characters.
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