Xi highlights vital role of archaeology

President Xi Jinping has commended the role of China's archaeological discoveries over the past century and has called for developing archaeology with Chinese features, style and ethos so that it contributes to national rejuvenation.

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    Afghan local gov't bans excavation of cultural sites

    Oct 18,2021

    The provincial government of Afghanistan's eastern Nangarhar Monday said in a release on its website that it has banned excavation and digging of historical and cultural sites in the province.

  • Discovery of the Yangshao Culture

    Discovery of the Yangshao Culture

    Oct 18,2021

    Originating around the middle reaches of the Yellow River, the Yangshao Culture is considered an important stream of Chinese civilization, and is widely known for its advanced pottery-making technology.

  • Xi highlights vital role of archaeology

    Xi highlights vital role of archaeology

    Oct 18,2021

    President Xi Jinping has commended the role of China's archaeological discoveries over the past century in demonstrating the long-lasting and profound Chinese civilization and has called for developing archaeology with Chinese features, style and ethos so that it contributes to national rejuvenation.

  • Centenarians from Sichuan celebrate Chongyang Festival

    Centenarians from Sichuan celebrate Chongyang Festival

    Oct 14,2021

    A special feast was held in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, on Wednesday to celebrate the traditional Chinese Chongyang Festival, with nine of its participants being centenarians. The oldest guest was 121-year-old Zhu Zhengshi.

  • Cultural relic conservator spends over a decade on grottoes protection

    Cultural relic conservator spends over a decade on grottoes protection

    Oct 14,2021

    As a cultural relic conservator, Liu Guohu has spent over a decade protecting the grottoes of Jinta Temple, a part of the Matisi Temple grotto group in Qilian Mountain of Zhangye City, Gansu Province.

  • Qipao exhibition kicks off in Shenyang

    Qipao exhibition kicks off in Shenyang

    Oct 14,2021

    More than 300 artworks including Qipao (also known as cheongsam) and Manchu costumes were displayed in Shenyang on Tuesday.

  • China's Panda-conservation show unveiled at Expo 2020 Dubai

    China's Panda-conservation show unveiled at Expo 2020 Dubai

    Oct 09,2021

    A Panda-Conservation show officially kicked off at the China Pavilion of Expo 2020 Dubai in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates.

  • Cute baby pandas at Sichuan's base

    Cute baby pandas at Sichuan's base

    Sep 29,2021

    The undated photo shows a two-month-old baby panda is in a sound sleep at the Shenshuping Base of China Conservation and Research Center for Giant Panda, Southwest China's Sichuan Province.

  • Pigeon pair panda cubs born in China's Chongqing

    Pigeon pair panda cubs born in China's Chongqing

    Sep 23,2021

    A captive giant panda gave birth to a pigeon pair of cubs in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, the zoo said Thursday.

  • All panda cubs born in 2021 survive at Sichuan base

    All panda cubs born in 2021 survive at Sichuan base

    Sep 23,2021

    So far, a total of 24 giant panda cubs, including nine pairs of twin pandas, born this year have all survived, with a survival rate of 100 percent at Shenshuping base of China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda in Wolong National Nature Reserve, southwest China's Sichuan Province.

  • Giant panda twins make public debut in Chongqing

    Giant panda twins make public debut in Chongqing

    Sep 18,2021

    Giant panda twins make their public debut at Chongqing Zoo in southwest China's Chongqing, Sept. 17, 2021. The zoo held an event on Thursday to invite the public to solicit names for the 100-day-old twin cubs. The twin male cubs were born to giant panda Mangzai, who gave birth to twins for the first time in 2019, on June 10 this year. Both cubs are in good condition now.

  • Giant panda triplets eat mooncakes to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival

    Giant panda triplets eat mooncakes to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival

    Sep 17,2021

    As the Mid-Autumn Festival approaches, panda keepers at Chimelong Safari Park prepared specially-made "ice mooncakes" and "fruit mooncakes" for the giant panda triplets, Mengmeng, Shuaishuai and Kuku.

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