Chinese stars who have been involved in drug abuse, gambling or visiting prostitutes will be banned from showing in any public performances, the Beijing Trade Association for Performances said on Sunday.
The China Tibet Tourism and Culture Expo has opened in the country’s western region and is showcasing traditional products. Tibetan culture is also being celebrated during the event.
Egypt inaugurated Saturday an Old Kingdom tomb of a man called Mehu who was a minister during the end of the Sixth Dynasty.
The Confucius Institute is a bridge of understanding and friendship linking China and the world, including the South Pacific island countries, a Vanuatu university official told the media.
Musician Nancy Zhou won the grand prize of the second Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition (SISIVC) on Sept 1.
The National Cultural Heritage Administration (SACH) on Friday released a circular, ordering immediate actions to identify and eliminate fire risks at museums nationwide.
The traditional Chinese lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. White Dew, the 15th solar term of the year, begins this year on Sept 8 and ends on Sept 22.
Celebrated Chinese filmmaker Zhang Yimou made a triumphant return to the 75th Venice Film Festival on Thursday with the world premiere of his latest film, "Ying" ("Shadow").
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Thursday that the organization will postpone the controversial new "popular" Oscar category and will not present it at next year's Oscars.
Chinese crosstalk artist Chang Baohua died in Beijing on Sept. 7.
China Thursday published a selected edition of the Phuri Manuscripts, the oldest and largest collection of ancient Tibetan literature discovered in the country.
The death cause of Dolores O'Riordan, lead singer of the famous Irish rock band The Cranberries, was revealed after her mysterious death at a hotel in London about nine months ago, reported local media on Thursday.
September is the peak season for art auctions, but this year, buyers and sellers are worried. Under the threat of a US-China trade war, it's not just manufacturing, the art market has also been caught in the crossfire.
A large amount of capital has entered the Chinese comic and animation industry, implying more people now realize its commercial value. Many companies have grown rapidly, with valuations over 500 million to 2 billion.
Kuala Lumpur and Sydney have been chosen as the first overseas sub-venues for China's Mid-Autumn Festival Gala.
After presenting exhibitions on Bizen ware and washi, the ZENA lifestyle platform recently showcased traditional Japanese artifacts—metal works.
Installation work Xuzhen Supermarket by Chinese conceptual artist Xu Zhen will go under the hammer in Hong Kong on September 30 for an estimated price of $115,000-$190,000.
The fact is that Giuseppe Castiglione and Lang Shining are the same individual, and this person created an artistic revolution by doing something totally unheard of in his day.
Domestic films and TV series featuring martial arts and Chinese mythology have long been acclaimed by overseas viewers.
"Crazy Rich Asians" is the hottest Hollywood movie at the moment. It was the first all-Asian cast film in Hollywood in over 25 years, since the "The Joy Luck Club", and was an instant box office winner in its first week when it released from August 15.
From the famous auction houses of New York to a small art supply shop in Arizona, tariffs proposed by the United States on art-related items from China have elicited a quizzical reaction.
A mobile cinema screening domestic films is proving popular with villagers in Zambia, Nigeria, the Republic of Congo and Senegal.
Paramount's stunt-filled "Mission: Impossible - Fallout" dominated the Chinese box office in the week ending September 2, China Film News reported Tuesday.
The southwestern U.S. state of New Mexico boasts its stuccoed constructions, among which one building stands out.
The Chinese mainland's summer box office for June to August reached a record high of 17.4 billion yuan ($2.5 billion) this year, a year-on-year increase of 7 percent.
Yangxin Dian, or the Hall of Mental Cultivation in the Forbidden City, officially started its research protection project on Monday, featuring research into the maintenance process itself.
A group of artisans spent a year creating an expansive leather tableau depicting places on the ancient Silk Road.
In a new production of the opera Magic Flute, prince Tamino is a young Westerner in Shanghai on a quest to rescue princess Pamina.
A Chinese documentary about the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) was presented at the Venice Film Festival on Sunday.
U.S.-based video streaming giant Netflix has purchased a new Chinese drama series, which Chinese film critics hailed as proof that Chinese TV series are becoming globally recognized.