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.
In 1980, Stan Lai Shengchuan, then a 26-year-old student from Taiwan, who was pursuing his PhD in dramatic arts at the University of California, Berkeley, attended a talk by Chinese playwright Cao Yu (1910-96) about Chinese theater at the school.
An International Print Invitation Exhibition in Beijing features around 50 artists from countries involved in China's Belt and Road Initiative.
Works of 30 artists are being shown at public venues and outdoor spaces in Xinxitang through April 19, a cultural and commercial destination that was a historic river town in Jiashan, in East China's Zhejiang Province.
Paintings by Ye Qianyu are on display at the Central Academy of Fine Arts' museum in Beijing.
A solo exhibition featuring 14 sets of Herrera's paper crafts is being held at Harbor city in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, through March 2.
Kicked off on January 19 at the museum's Hall 10, 11 and 18, The Painting the Snowland - Dreaming with Ingenuity: Exhibition of Elaborate Thangka Paintings of Qinghai is scheduled to come to an end on January 28.
Only in Shizuoka could visitors access three iconic symbols of Japanese tourism at once.
Hundreds of works of late Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dali have been brought to a up-market Beijing gallery for a three-month exhibition through to the end of March.
An exhibitor shows the Tibetan carpets during the Tibetan carpet fair in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Jan. 17, 2018.