Chinese famous choreographer Yang Liping performs in her final dance drama "The Peacock" in Nanjing, capital of East China's Jiangsu province, July 4, 2013.
The new Jiading Museum marked its grand opening with a debut exhibition of four bronze sculptures of animal heads from Yuanmingyuan Garden.
Don't worry if you can't make it to Bavaria for Wagner's bicentenary - if you stay in Beijing, you could catch China's first rendition of Die Walkure.
Swiss conductor Charles Dutoit will stage his collaboration with the UK's Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in Beijing on Friday and in Guangzhou on Sunday, joined by his longtime collaborator, Chinese pianist Wang Yuja.
He Duoling is hailed as an icon of "scar painting", or "painting the wounded" - an art phenomenon that appeared in the later period of the "cultural revolution" (1966-76).
He Duoling's outgoing and fun-loving personality exists in sharp contrast to his estranged and sad paintings.
Some 250 martial arts enthusiasts from the US arrived at the renowned Shaolin Temple on Monday and demonstrated their skills to the temple's masters on Wednesday.
When this Chinese girl first touched a cello 20 years ago, she hadn't realized that the stringed instrument would lead her halfway around the globe.
Dancers perform on stage during the International Folklore Dance Competition of the 2013 CHIN International Picnic event in Toronto, Canada, July 1, 2013.
She mixes her career with her life, and she has an obsession and purity about art that reminds me of Vincent van Gogh.
(as an actress)