The Lantern Festival marks the final day of the Chinese New Year celebrations. On this day, glutinous rice balls will be the centerpiece dish in most Chinese households.
A special ice skating show, once an annual event held before Spring Festival to entertain the emperor of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), was staged at the Summer Palace on January 19.
An exhibition about the Kushan Dynasty in Shanghai shows artifacts, including coins, a statue of a gongyangren (a Buddhist), a wooden caving of two birds and a stone relief, depicting devotees around the Buddha.
The 7th Chinese Folk Artists' Festival kicked off in Qinghefang historical block Hangzhou on Friday, with more than 100 artists nationwide gathering together to showcase their handicrafts.
The Midi Music Festival, one of China’s earliest and best-established rock festival brands, will host a new electronic fest in October, collaborating with Mai Ai, a performance/agent company specializing in electronic music.
Beijing Comedy Week, hosted by the Beijing Federation of Literary and Art Circles, is set to kick off on September 13, the federation announced Wednesday.
One of the most renowned stage events in China, the Wuzhen Theatre Festival, is returning for its fifth year.
R&B singer-songwriter Ne-Yo and singer Tinashe are among the top acts on the program for the Unity Music & Arts Festival at Shanghai Expo Park on September 2 and 3.
The 9th Beijing Dance Festival kicked off at the Beijing Tianqiao Performing Arts Center last Tuesday for a two-week run.
The 31st Macao International Music Festival (MIMF) will be held from Sept. 29 to Oct. 30, with top musicians and ensembles coming from different countries and regions to offer 20 performances, the special administrative region's cultural department said on Wednesday.