If you want to spend the Spring Festival in Beijing, temple fairs are perfect places to get into the festive spirit.
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.
Paper, sugar, brick and clay, what do they have in common? They’re all used in Tianjin folk arts, still today.
Chinese embroidery, with a history dating back to the Neolithic Era, has become world-famous since the opening of the Silk Road during the Han Dynasty. Here are the most famous styles.
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