Nearly 1,000 porcelain businesses from more than 10 countries and regions have come to attend the 2017 China Jingdezhen International Ceramic Fair, starting Tuesday.
Dance lovers in Beijing are expecting a visual feast ahead as the 3rd China International Ballet Season will lift the curtain on Nov. 10.
An exhibition featuring paintings and photos of Saihanba National Forest Park is open at the hall of the China Federation of Literary and Art Circles in Beijing till Oct. 15.
To celebrate the 92nd anniversary of the founding of the Palace Museum in Beijing, the exhibition, Discovering the Hall of Mental Cultivation: A Digital Experience, opens at the landmark's Duanmen Digital Gallery on Tuesday, and will run through Nov. 30.
Featuring the shipwrecks and porcelains from Tang Dynasty (618-907) to Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), the exhibition displays over 300 cultural relics, some of which come from the National Museum and Palace Museum collection.
Photos taken on Sept. 28, 2017 show exhibits displayed at a preview exhibition of Christie's Hong Kong 2017 Autumn Auction in Hong Kong, south China. The auction will be held from Nov. 24 to 29 in Hong Kong.
2017 must be a remarkable year for Princess Sissi and her Chinese fans. After the 17th Meeting in Beijing Arts Festival opened with Hungarian dance Princess Sissi in April, an exhibition about the princess was launched at the Palace Museum in Beijing.
A charity painting exhibition celebrating some of China’s most gifted children is being presented at Duoyunxuan Art Center.
Visitors keen on seeing A Panorama of Rivers and Mountains, a 12th-century masterpiece, at the Palace Museum show that history and tradition are still cherished in the country.
More than 180 treasured art pieces created on tuanshan are on display in the city's China Fan Museum to showcase the age-old fan culture of China, including its techniques, and its bond with Chinese calligraphy and art.