Based on a true story about a woman surviving hurricane at sea, the film Adrift has recently hit the North American theaters and is scheduled to be imported to Chinese mainland.
Chinese President Xi Jinping stressed the importance of cultural and people-to-people exchanges between China and the Arab states while delivering a keynote speech at the opening ceremony of the eighth ministerial meeting of China-Arab Cooperation Forum (CASCF) in Beijing on Tuesday.
Many of Beijing's traditional alleys, or hutong, used to offer a plethora of sights, smells and sounds－including the distinctive din of man-made pigeon whistles, and hawkers selling snacks.
Feng Zuchuan, a national Chai kiln intangible cultural heritage inheritor who used to live in Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province, brought the skill to his hometown - Poyang county, Jiangxi Province.
"Beauty is truth, truth beauty," Romantic poet John Keats penned in 1820, "that is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know".
A grand martial arts event kicked off at Shaolin Temple as tens of thousands of Shaolin kung fu masters showed off their skills on July 7.
A set of regulations on the authentication and evaluation of antiques in criminal cases has been released by the State Administration of Cultural Heritage (SACH) and four other departments.
A global recruitment campaign has been launched to offer foreigners unique job experiences in China.
China Women's Development Foundation (CWDF) and Tunisian National Women Union (UNFT) Wednesday began their first joint embroidery training project to help Tunisian women hone their skills.
A large heritage park will be built in a neolithic site in central Hubei Province, local authorities said Sunday.
Exhibits of cultural relics showed the enthusiastic support of overseas Chinese for the motherland and China's contribution to world peace eight decades ago, the chief of an American collector's club told Xinhua Saturday.
Exquisite products such as chalcedony from Madagascar, ebony carvings from Ghana and brands used by British royal families were featured at the recently concluded Belt and Road Brand Expo in Shanghai.
The traditional Chinese lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. Minor Heat, the 11th solar term of the year, begins on July 7 this year and ends on July 22.
As part of efforts to display more cultural relics in the Palace Museum in Beijing, the public will soon have access to Nandaku, or "the Grand Southern Warehouse", as a permanent exhibition hall for royal furniture from the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), the museum's director, Shan Jixiang, has announced.
The highly anticipated comedy film “Dying to Survive” has hit Shanghai screens, and will also debut on China’s 500 or so IMAX cinemas with a special IMAX version.
Loyal tea-drinkers are still aplenty in China, but the country has also been steadily picking up the habit of now opting for coffee as a go-to beverage.
Amazon China published the “Amazon Charts Most Sold” list of Chinese eBooks from 2013 to 2018, analyzing digital reading trends in China.
An embroidered panda work featuring a 3D effect and AI-aided technology was finished at Shujing Hall in Sichuan on Thursday.
A series of new Tibetan-Chinese translation apps and software programs were launched in northwest China's Qinghai Province to better promote communication between different ethnic groups and boost economic and cultural development in Tibetan areas.
A national regulation on identifying cultural relics in legal cases took effect on Thursday.
As one of the world's four major religions, Buddhism, with a history of more than 2,000 years, is still influential in Asia. The influence is extremely strong in Thailand, which is often referred to as "The Land of Buddhism."
Beijing's historic north-south Zhongzhouxian, the central axis, is to apply for World Heritage status in 2035, the municipal administration of cultural heritage said Wednesday.
In celebration of summer, the Palace Museum in Beijing has shared a range of photos featuring ancient paintings of vegetables and fruits with netizens on the micro blog Sina Weibo.
Mount Fanjingshan, a natural habitat for a number of rare plants and animal species in Guizhou province, has joined 12 other locations in China on UNESCO's World Heritage list.
Wanda Kids, the Chinese conglomerate’s entertainment division for children, is teaming up with British company Silvergate Mdea to produce two films of a hit animation for pre-school children, the “Octonauts,” according to a report from the US entertainment magazine Variety.
A new exhibition titled Similarities and Diversities in Symbiosis - China & CEEC Contemporary Art opened at the China Cultural Center in Sofia, capital of Bulgaria, on Monday, offering a peek into modern art in China and the Central and Eastern European countries. It's also aimed at promoting art exchanges between these countries.
Mandarin learning in British classrooms is enhancing the ability of students to perform well in other subjects, including English and mathematics, according to a new survey released on Friday.
On June 9, Huang Ching-hsiung woke at about 3 am in his hotel bed in Xiamen, Fujian province. He was too excited to sleep. At daybreak, he was one of a group of 11 members of his family that set out to visit Pujin, a village two hours from downtown Xiamen by road.
Netizens strongly criticized over the weekend a decision by skin care company NARS Cosmetics to invite a Taiwanese celebrity detained in Beijing in 2014 for taking drugs to a promotion, despite an apology.