'Chinese Goethe' turns 20
A series of activities will be held in Beijing for the 2Oth anniversary of Goethe Institute China.
Intangible heritage under threat
Some of China's intangible cultural heritages, threatened by a dramatic transformation in lifestyle, are on the brink of extinction.
Calligraphy en route to becoming Intangible Heritage
Calligraphy en route to becoming Intangible Heritage
China has submitted applications and films in support of the proposal to classify Chinese calligraphy as intangible cultural heritage.
Olympic venues to open free to visitors
Following its temporary closure, the Olympic Common Domain is now expected to re-open to visitors free of charge in four days.
Prince Gong's Mansion in Beijing
Prince Gong's Mansion (Gongwangfu) is the largest and best-preserved Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) princely mansion.
Art Beijing 2008 opens
Art Beijing 2008 opened to the public on September 6. More than 100 galleries and organizations from over 20 countries will participate in the event.
Going for glass
North of the Bird's Nest in the Beijing Olympic Green, there is an exhibition area called House of Fortune, featuring glass works, stands out as something special.
Who made Olympic medal ceremony costumes?
Five sets of costumes were provided for hostesses to wear at the Beijing Olympics medal ceremonies. Over 80 elderly embroidery artisans were involved.
The reopened Qianmen Street
Qianmen Street was flooded with tourists on Friday, Aug. 8th, one day after it reopened.
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