A new book was released by Tsinghua University, highlighting how this esteemed institution has committed to aesthetic education.
Perhaps, the little ping pong ball can once again make a difference in the course of global development.
A forum was held Nov. 26 in Beijing to explore ways of exporting Chinese culture abroad – including Chinese film and art – to better enhance the influence of China's soft power.
Experts call for the market to stay rational when the metaverse trend hits China.
Film producer Wang Luna told China.org.cn that her production company will continue seeking out arthouse films that balance art and commercial value, and have the power to resonate with society.
In light of China's severe lack of talents needed to repair more than 100 million damaged but treasured cultural relics, the Academy of Arts & Design at Tsinghua University is attempting to contribute its efforts by cultivating high-end restoration professionals.
China has been taking concrete actions to honor its commitment made last September to achieve peak CO2 emissions before 2030 and carbon neutrality before 2060.
72-year-old Wu is a retired physics professor from China's prestigious Tongji University. She's now quite famous on China's social media.
Nearly a decade after pushing forward the high-quality development of children's affairs, China is moving closer to building a child-friendly society in all respects.
China's installed capacity for many renewable energies tops the world, and the percentage of coal consumption has already been diminishing for years.
Inksticks are a type of solid ink used as pigment in traditional Chinese calligraphy and brush painting. The "Hui inkstick" is the most famous inkstick in China. The conventional ink making is pure handicraft. It takes at least an entire year of painstaking effort.
China's economic recovery continued in October with employment generally steady, overall consumer prices stable, balance of payments beating expectations, structural adjustment forging ahead, people's livelihood continuously improving, and the economy generally stable.
Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen occupy the top three positions in the latest ranking of Chinese cities for sci-tech innovation.
Naan is a delicious local food in northwest China's Xinjiang. Named in ancient Persian, naan is a kind of bread with a history of more than 2,000 years.
China's Huai'an city entered the UNESCO Creative Cities Network due to its reputation in gastronomy, joining four other Chinese cities in the Network for culinary art.