"Everyday when I go out, I bring an iPad and an Apple Pencil with me," said Chang Ping-huang, a renowned calligrapher from Taiwan, when introducing his new toolkit for practicing Chinese calligraphy.
Jinweide Beef Noodles' overseas success is not just because its main product boasts great taste; its training centers abroad have also played a key part.
China's puzzle lovers will have a chance to rediscover the Forbidden City, as the Palace Museum will present its first-ever interactive puzzle book in January 2019.
The tide of China's opening-up has been a great help for the preservation of Dunhuang's ancient relics, according to the city's head of cultural heritage protection.
Syrian Director General of Museums and Antiquities Mahmoud Hammoud said on Sunday that the United States, France and allied Kurdish militia are carrying out illegal excavations in ancient sites in northern Syria, according to state news agency SANA.
New life is being breathed into thousands of old buildings across Britain thanks to mushrooming coffee shops, cafes and bars, a report published by a cultural watchdog revealed.
The patterns on Guangxi commemorative coins reveal special cultural elements and how the region has developed in the past 60 years. Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region was established in 1958.
Archaeologists at the archaeology research institute of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences have unveiled the details of a deluxe carriage unearthed in a cemetery dating back to the Eastern Zhou Dynasty (770-256 B.C.) in north China's Hebei Province.
Warner Bros. released its latest DC superhero movie "Aquaman" in China on Friday, two weeks before the action adventure's premiere in North America.
Beijing ranks first in terms of the amount of residents' reading among all cities in China this year, the municipal government announced in data released on Thursday.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) plans to increase the quota for Chinese staff, the China Daily reported Friday.
Chinese movie "Dying to Survive" stood out from the nine nominated to win Best Asian Film at the 2018 Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards on Wednesday.
The Palace Museum opened a coffee shop for the modern-day guests of Chinese emperors over the weekend－the Corner Tower Cafe－and it quickly became a hot spot for visitors, bringing traditional cultural heritage closer to the younger generation.
"Bumblebee," a spin-off of the Transformer film-series, is scheduled for release in China on Jan. 4, according to Tencent Pictures.
Austrian-born panda twins, Fu Feng and Fu Ban flew to Chengdu, capital of southwest China's Sichuan Province, Tuesday.
The delivery of plaques to 10 new Confucius Institutes at the opening ceremony of the 13th Confucius Institute Conference in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, on Tuesday, means that 30 new Confucius Institutes have been built this year.
Two paintings from Wu's Jiangnan landscape series will go under the hammer in Beijing on Thursday as part of a sale by Poly International Auction.
China has seen a total box office revenue of more than 56.3 billion yuan (8.2 billion U.S. dollars) during the first 11 months of 2018, up 10.87 percent year-on-year, according to the State Film Administration.
Australia's 2018 New Year's Eve celebrations will once again feature a spectacular fireworks display with fireworks from China, launching from sites around the Sydney foreshore and centering on the iconic Harbour Bridge.
Located outside the museum's Shenwu Gate, Café By the Forbidden City takes décor cues from the famed museum, with replicas of art and antique furniture featured throughout.
The nominations for the 61st Grammy Awards will be postponed by two days to avoid conflict with memorial services for former U.S. President George H.W. Bush, the award show's parent company the Recording Academy said on Monday.
Inscriptions carved on a cliff believed to date back over 800 years have been found in northern China's Shanxi Province, local authorities said Monday.
Chinese archaeologists have uncovered the oldest signs of human activity on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau at about 4,600 meters above sea level.
The traditional Chinese Chan Tea musical concert was organized in Nepal for the first time on Thursday evening.
Beijing Municipality has re-opened a large historic building complex to the public near the Forbidden City on the central axis of Beijing after restorations complete.
A new study has discovered that humans first set foot on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau around 30,000-40,000 years ago.
Traditional Tibetan bathing for health and healing was added to UNESCO's intangible cultural heritage list on Wednesday.
From soap bars to Coca-Cola cans, nothing is too strange to collect in the world, but French artist Thomas Sauvin has a fascinating hobby -- collecting other people's memories.
The utensils in paired form usually symbolize fineness and bring a sense of warmth.
On Wednesday, police in the capital's Shijingshan district said they detained a 43-year-old singer surnamed Chen on Monday along with a 25-year-old unemployed woman surnamed He.