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September-7-2017
Neiliansheng, the heritage crafts of a century-old fashion
Crafts of Neiliansheng melaleuca shoes were inscribed into China's national intangible cultural heritage list in 2008.
September-7-2017
New dance show features animals in Chinese zodiac
A new dance drama is being staged at Tianqiao Theater in Beijing through Sunday. It revolves around the 12 animal signs of the Chinese zodiac.
September-5-2017
Anais Martane: More than just a Chinese celebrity's wife
To most Chinese people, Anais Martane is not a well-known name but her celebrity husband Liu Ye has brought her into the spotlight.
September-4-2017
Online broadcasting breathes new life to intangible cultural heritage promotion
On the morning Sept. 1, when most people rushed to work, a man in traditional Chinese costume plucked strings, making music that made listeners calm and silent.
September-4-2017
Powerful traditions of stone sculpting live on
For Chen Lizhong, an inheritor of Shoushan stone carving, sculptors record an era with their chisels-just like writers with their pens.
September-1-2017
Are statues of Niulang and Zhinyu ugly?
The images of the most authoritative statues of Niulang the cowherd and Zhinyu the weaver girl in Chinese folklore set off heated discussion recently.
August-31-2017
Big city dreams along a Shanghai road
Rob Schmitz is the China correspondent for American Public Media's radio program Marketplace. In 2010, he settled in Shanghai in a neighborhood named Summit in the former French Concession.
August-31-2017
Breathing life into relics
An upcoming variety show on China Central Television will bring together 27 Chinese "stars". But they are not people.
August-30-2017
Kung fu for the future
But out of the office, the 28-year-old leads a life that few of his colleagues know about-the Beijinger is a serious Chinese martial arts practitioner.
August-29-2017
Modern artists give new twist to needlework
In bygone days, Qixi was not only a special day for lovers, but also for girls. It is also known as the "Begging for Skills Festival" or "Daughters' Festival."
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