Yan Geling is a prominent Chinese writer, author of several novels, short stories and screenplays. Much of her work has been adapted into films, earning her broader recognition among the public.
Museums in China are becoming hot tourist spots, as they are no longer regarded as solemn and distant from normal people's life, after a TV show called "National Treasure" hit the country.
The ritualistic nature of apology has prompted some to question the sincerity of the act. But the fact that such a large number of business heavyweights have bent their bodies in recent years betrays the problems in Japan's manufacturing industry and the trust they have lost.
Snow sculpting has proved life-changing for some participants in Harbin's annual festival.
The State Administration of Cultural Heritage (SACH) held a press conference on Saturday during which it presented a summary of the international exchanges, cooperation and inspection of cultural relics it has carried out overseas.
Kuke Music, China's first online platform dedicated to promoting the development of music other than pop, has just turned 10. Chen Nan reports.
According to new archaeological findings, China's first emperor even went so far as to make it a government function, more than 2,000 years ago.
Naadams of Ice and Snow featuring the winter sports events, kicked off on Saturday in both cities of Hohhot and Hulunbuir, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
Science fiction is not just an art form or a genre of literature but a business, too. Chinese companies and local governments are making big investments in it because they believe there is huge and growing demand for stories that spark the imagination.
The Three Body Problem, the first volume of the science fiction trilogy by Liu Cixin, has become such an international cultural phenomenon that business and government leaders have studied the books and drawn lessons from them.