A popular TV soap opera about a miserable mother has split viewers in an apparent reflection of evolving views on womanhood and patriarchy in modern Chinese society.
The ninth day of the ninth month in the Chinese lunar calendar is a traditional Chinese festival — the Double Ninth Festival, or Chongyang Festival.
Over 1,000 years ago, Chinese poet Wang Wei of the Tang Dynasty (618-907) wrote "I know my brothers would, with dogwood spray in hand, climb up mountain and miss me so far away"－to express his nostalgia during Chongyang Festival.
Chinese researchers have set up a database to study doctrine of Zhu Xi, a well-known Chinese ideologist, philosopher and educator who is believed to have lived from 1130 to 1200.
Amélie Peraud and Pierre-Yves Babin are French nationals who have been in Beijing for more than 10 years. They love Chinese culture, especially the Beijng hutong culture, and have even added Chinese elements to their design by starting a business for handmade Chinese children's clothes.
An annual international training course in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) for foreign medical workers opened Monday in Beijing.
The Palace Museum and Shimao Group are going to build a museum focused on the Maritime Silk Road in Quanzhou, Fujian province, where the ancient maritime route began.
Chinese artifacts, including a 2,000-year-old crossbow, a snake-shaped oil lamp from the Han Dynasty (206 BC-220 AD), and a Zhou Dynasty (c. 11th century-256 BC) bronze bell, are set to go under the hammer at an auction in the United Kingdom city of Cambridge.
The British Museum launched a program entitled Collected Histories on Friday, a series of monthly talks defending the museum against criticism aimed at its colonial-era acquisitions.
The 15th annual Gulf Coast International Dragon Boat Regatta kicked off Saturday in Sugar Land in Southwest Houston, Texas, the United States, aiming to promote the tradition and share this aspect of Asian culture.
A Chinese envoy performed Tai Chi at the inauguration of a Durga Puja celebration in Kolkata, the capital of India's West Bengal state, on Saturday night, in a visible gesture of cultural bonhomie between China and India.
Sony's superhero film "Venom" continued to lead North American weekend box office with an estimated 35.7 million U.S.Hansen, the film is directed by Damien Chazelle and stars Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong, the astronaut who became the first man to walk on the Moon in 1969 during Apollo 11 mission. Sony's horror comedy "Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween" opened in fourth place with an estimated 16.22 million dollars in its debut weekend. Based on R.L.
The Palace Museum on Sunday unveiled an art center in the city of Fuzhou, capital city of southeast China's Fujian Province.
Supported by 3D printing technology, the movable replica of a cave in the Yungang Grottoes, a 1,500-year-old UNESCO World Heritage site, has passed experts' tests this week.
A unique exhibition of Chinese typewriters will kick off on Oct. 18 in New York City, the show's debut on the U.S. East Coast.
A total of 36 major archaeological sites have been turned into State-protected public parks, with an area covering a total of 610,000 hectares as of August, according to the National Cultural Heritage Administration (NCHA).
Two years after learning the Chinese language at the Confucius Institute of the Tajik National University for Nationalities, Sayora is now a die-hard Chinese culture fan.
A Chinese student from the University of Southern California (USC) won one of gold medals at the 45th Student Academy Awards on Thursday night.
A new exhibition on Manchu-style outfits, utensils and furnishings offers visitors a glimpse into royal life during the Qing Dynasty.
From silk factories and exotic street food stalls, silkworms are now crawling their way to Chinese store shelves. The bugs will be unleashed in China next week, but curious epicures expecting squirming worms need not cringe – the snack is just crackers with a spin.
Leading officials and scholars from around the world will gather in Beijing next week for the fifth meeting of China's flagship cultural forum to discuss how to build a community with a shared future for mankind through cultural exchanges.
The Palace Museum has begun construction on a new museum in Beijing's Haidian District to display more cultural relics to the public.
Chinese pianist Lang Lang will hold a benefit gala dinner in New York on Wednesday to raise fund for music education.As of September 2018, it will have 40 schools enrolled in the program from across the United States, reaching over 6,000 students.
Renovation of the golden roof of the Potala Palace is nearly complete and is awaiting inspection by the National Cultural Heritage Administration, said the Potala Palace Management Office in the Tibet autonomous region.
After years of preparation, construction of a branch of the Palace Museum formally kicked off on Wednesday in Beijing's northwestern outskirts.
Over the years, Barbie has taken on many roles: Beach beauty, scientist, even president of the United States. And now, she will work to help young girls close the so-called "Dream Gap".
Oscar-winning film education resources have been introduced into China's film art education to provide high-end, international lessons and foster Chinese film talents.
China's State Administration of Cultural Heritage (SACH) held a press conference on Tuesday in Beijing to provide further information on the new cultural heritage guidelines released on Monday.
One of the world's largest stone Buddha statues will be covered with scaffolding for the next four months as part of a restoration project to fix large cracks across its chest and abdomen.
The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) will launch a documentary photo exhibition on Oct.18, featuring daily life in New York City's Chinatown and how the Chinatown has evolved since 1980s. Titled "Interior Lives: Photographs of Chinese Americans in the 1980s," it is the largest exhibition of acclaimed U.S.