Dunhuang, a 2,000-year-old city along the Silk Road, is the cradle of the Mogao Caves, the largest and most richly-endowed treasure house of Buddhist art in the world.
The traditional porcelain industry of Jingdezhen is being revived from the roots up.
The Big Wild Goose Pagoda was built in 652 during the reign of Emperor Gaozong of the Tang Dynasty (618-907) in the Daci’en Temple.
Paper cutting in Changbai Mountain is an important form of Manchu folk art, a kind of traditional culture reflecting their ancestors’ livelihood.
Luodai, a cultural islet located in Sichuan, has preserved its traditional lifestyle for hundreds of years.
Most subway stations in Chinese cities have distinctive walls that represent local culture.
The Maritime Silk Route Museum is located at Hailing Island Experimental Development Zone, Yangjiang City, Guangdong Province, its main exhibit the Nanhai No.1 shipwreck from the Song Dynasty (960-1279) and invaluable cultural relics from the ship.
Nyenchen Tanglha Mountain and Namtso Lake are not only regarded as a sacred mountain and a holy lake in Tibet but also seen as a loved-up couple leaning close to each other.
The smoked painting is a unique way to preserve patterns of paper cutting and embroidery using smoke.
Breathtaking scenic spots in and around Shimian for visitors to the Huangguogan Festival.