More than a thousand visitors made a beeline to the city’s urban planning exhibition hall every day during the latter part of the seven-day Spring Festival holiday, mainly for an exhibition about the city's newly approved master plan for 2035.
The traditional Irish tap dance performance Celtic Legends will be staged at the National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA) in Beijing from Saturday to Wednesday.
In Chinese culture the dog is known not only for its fidelity but also as a guardian of peace in the underworld, exhibits suggest at the Best Wishes from the Auspicious Dog exhibition in Beijing.
An awe-inspiring exhibition exploring the Mongol Empire, Genghis Khan and rich Mongolian culture and customs is now open to the public.
The Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing has kicked off its Spring Festival season with a series of cultural activities since the start of February, including dance performances, movies, talks and exhibitions.
The exhibition features relics from the museum's collection spanning 2,000 years of history, including Han Dynasty (202BC-220) figurines and jade carvings from the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).
A selection of puppets made by Xu Zhuchu, a sixth-generation craftsmen of the Xu family, and his son Xu Qiang are on display at their joint exhibition at the National Museum of China.
To memorialize Marxism and history, an exhibition about early Marxism in China opened semi-permanently at the Beijing Luxun Museum and the New Culture Movement Memorial of Beijing on Friday.
A chunlian exhibition now on at the National Museum of China shows calligraphic couplets composed by established calligraphers across the country.
A new exhibition at the Zhejiang Art Museum is revealing the ancient art of woodblock printing. China invented woodblock printing more than 1,000 years ago and the exhibit showcases the origins, variation and revival of the old technique from the Buddhist sutras in the Song Dynasty (960-1279) to the public art project in modern times.