The National Museum of China now has a wide range of canine-inspired artifacts on display to celebrate the Year of the Dog.
There is a small coastal fishing village, called Xunpu village, in Quanzhou. The women in the village have their own unique traditions that are closely related to the sea.
The best-preserved part of the Han Great Wall can be found five kilometers west of Yumenguan, and 90 kilometers to the north west of the city of Dunhuang.
Shaolin Kung Fu is the martial art practiced by Buddhist monks of the Songshan Shaolin Temple in Dengfeng City, Henan Province.
The traditional porcelain industry of Jingdezhen is being revived from the roots up.
Paper cutting in Changbai Mountain is an important form of Manchu folk art, a kind of traditional culture reflecting their ancestors’ livelihood.
The smoked painting is a unique way to preserve patterns of paper cutting and embroidery using smoke.
The Longtaitou Festival or Dragon Head Raising Festival is a product of China’s ancient farming culture, which is celebrated to pray for a good harvest.
The Lantern Festival is the first significant festival after Chinese New Year. Lanterns, folk art performances and Yuanxiao (Tangyuan) are three essentials of this festival.
National inheritors from over ten origins signed the bid to support Chinese New Year woodblock prints becoming a UNESCO listing.