Vocal mimicry, or “Kouji” in Chinese, is an art form that mimicks different noisesusing the mouth, teeth, lips, tongue, throat, and cheeks. It has a history of 2,300 years in China.
Beijing Embroidery, also known as Imperial Embroidery, was used only on imperial robes during the Ming and Qing dynasties. With more than 1,000 years of history, Beijing Embroidery is known as one of the eight exquisite handicrafts of Beijing.
Meet Liuba Vladimirova, a Beijing-based Russian artist who portrays her vision of the city in her watercolor artwork. Read on to find out about what drives and inspires Liuba to create her art.
The National Museum of China now has a wide range of canine-inspired artifacts on display to celebrate the Year of the Dog.
The smoked painting is a unique way to preserve patterns of paper cutting and embroidery using smoke.
Meet Liuba Vladimirova, a Beijing-based Russian artist who portrays her vision of the city in her watercolor artwork. Re...
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