Hu Xianmin is in the midst of carving the scenes of a famous oil painting onto a piece of teakwood the length of a snooker cue.
The new television series titled National Treasure that features cultural relics from nine leading museums in China has been applauded by a large number of viewers.
With the Year of the Dog just around the corner, Chinese may find it hard to stick to the routine of sending zodiac sign themed blessings, since dog-related words in Chinese generally have negative connotations. However, things have been changing in the past few recent years.
Over 500 foreign students and their teachers took part in a series of traditional celebrations for the coming Chinese New Year in downtown Changning District in Shanghai today.
Chinese fashion designer Tao Wang, who has gained an international reputation among powerful, professional and modern women, is to debut the latest collection of her namesake brand TAORAY WANG on Saturday at the New York Fashion Week (NYFW).
A Chinese cultural show in New Delhi to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year of the Dog, or Spring Festival, turned out to be a packed-house on Friday night, with over 1,000 people acclaiming the Chinese artists.
The celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year started in St. Petersburg on Friday with the Sichuan Culture Festival.
China's Terracotta Army marched to Britain as Liverpool's long-awaited Terracotta Warriors exhibition opened on Friday. Objects from one of the world's greatest archaeological discoveries attracted hundreds of visitors on the first day.
For nearly a quarter-century, Ottawa has been the site of North America's largest annual dragon-boat festivals, which builds on a Chinese tradition of racing boats adorned with dragon heads and tails that dates back more than two millennia.
Documentary director Xu Huan did not think her cultural relics videos would become a hit among Chinese youth.