- Flowers greet Shanghai World Expo
A flower exhibition, preparing the way for the 2010 World Expo, opens at the Shanghai Botanic Garden this weekend. Flowers of numerous species will bloom over an area covering 300-thousand square meters. Staff are hard at work, making final arrangements.
- 'Beauty of Qinghai' exhibition attracts HK visitors
China's Qinghai province, one of the country's biggest western territories, is raising its profile in one of the world's most important port cities, Hong Kong. A touring exhibition is introducing Hong Kong to the culture of Qinghai.
- Chinese relics set for debut exhibition in Africa
A selection of Chinese relics is to make its debut in Africa from the end of March to celebrate the tenth anniversary of diplomatic relations between China and South Africa.
- Get closer look at Dali's thinking, iconography in Turkey
Istanbul's Sakip Sabanci Museum will host a huge modern art exhibition of 270 works by the late Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali later this year, according to media reports Tuesday.
- When Marilyn Monroe meets Chinese master
Zhang Wei is a contemporary artist who has dabbled in many forms of media including graphic design and fiction writing. However, this show, curated by Jeremie Thircuir, focuses on a single series called "Qi Baishi vs. Marilyn," which juxtaposes the American sex icon with the master calligrapher and artist, Qi, who worked unrecognized well into his 60s.
- Beijing Confucius temple holds 1st contemporary art exhibition
The Greek artist Sophia Vari began on Saturday to exhibit seven bronze sculptures and 15 oil paintings at the Confucius Temple in Beijing, the first time for the Confucius Temple to exhibit a foreign artist's work, the Beijing Times reported.
- DPRK artists hold painting exhibition in NE China
Visitors view the paintings at the painting exhibition of artists from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) held in Dalian, a coastal city in northeast China's Liaoning province, March 16, 2008.
- More than 'women's art'
Feminism has had a transforming impact on contemporary art and 19 Chinese female artists show just what feminism has liberated them to create - from the intensely private views of life to the big picture.
- Giant silk embroidery artwork completed in Jiangsu
A giant silk embroidery artwork was shown in Suzhou of east China's Jiangsu Province. The 3.6 by 1.4 meter artwork, consuming a total length of 4 million meters of silk thread, is completed on Thursday after 9 embroiderers' one whole year's work. 
- China presents cultural equipment to Pakistan museum
China on Thursday presents some cultural equipment to a Pakistan museum, displaying enhanced cultural exchanges and friendship between the two countries.
- Museum taps water pipe tree history
A "water pipe tree" in Shanghai that is more than 50 years old will be moved into the city's history museum within months after the local community block where it stands was slated for urban reconstruction.
- Colorful notes from an exhibition
It is much more pleasant for one to share music with others than to enjoy it alone, said philosopher Mencius (385-304 BC). Mexican business tycoon Juan Anotonio Perez Simon may not have heard the Chinese saying but "what he offers to fans of European art at the Beijing World Art Museum is in the spirit of the Mencius doctrine," says the museum's curator Wang Limei.
- Chinese ancient statues, artifacts on show in Florence
An array of exquisite statues and artifacts never seen before outside China went on show in Florence on Friday for an exhibition featuring China's artistic flourishing in the first millennium.
- Artist's descendants get compensation
A total of nine descendants of the Chinese painter Qi Baishi have made agreements with one of 19 publishers and received books worth 100,000 yuan (US$14,051) as compensation over copyright infringement, a local court said on Thursday.
- China experiments with free admission to public museums
Chinese culture authorities have vowed to open up 500 public museums and memorial halls free to visitors this year in its drive to give tax payers better access to high culture, but museums now face a tide of culture-hungry people which threatens to overwhelm their facilities.
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