September 15th was China’s Mid-Autumn Festival. Make sure you know how Chinese people have celebrated one of their biggest days.
Dong culture sings of a people whose towering heritage forms a bridge between their history and native land.
In mountains deep in southwestern China, every man in the village of Basha carries a gun.
Unlike most ancient streets in China, Qiaojie Street in Liping, Guizhou Province is famous for “red tourism”.
As the Mid-Autumn Festival approaches don’t forget to take a bite of some mooncakes while watching the moon.
Considered the precursor of Chinese cinema, the traditional Chinese shadow play is a historic folk art that reveals the fanciful magic of light and shadow.
Making iron blossoms is a 500-year-old folk art that originated in Wei County, Zhangjiakou.
Play with fish in the Miao Fish Festival.
Batik fabric making, which uses wax to dye cloth in intricate patterns, is widespread throughout India and Southeast Asia. But batik has also been a part of Miao culture for about 2,000 years, and is listed as one of China’s Intangible Cultural Heritages.
Kunqu Opera and Pingtan are two historic performance arts native to Suzhou.