Wu Mochou, who made a name in The Voice of China - the Chinese version of the Dutch TV singing contest - has her big screen debut in Better and Better.
The Bastille at about the time of the French Revolution is shown in "Paris 3D," a tour of the city through the ages.
Seeing Ethan Hawke in a grungy Midtown rehearsal space leading actors through a reading is a bit of a shock. He is rehearsing "Clive," in which he stars and directs.
The game Commotion, designed by Francobelge, requires players to use voice control to steer a car.
Eight painters turn their attention to ceramics in a new exhibition, and Zhang Kun in Shanghai finds they were inspired and surprised by the process.
An exhibition of tiger paintings debuted on Jan 19 in the Art Treasures Museum of the Chinese Nation, and will be open until Jan 28.
Inspired by Chinese culture and their own background in France, Pierre-Yves Babin and Amelie Peraud have crossed cultural lines to create a business making children's clothes.
Theater-goers all know the story of Madame Butterfly. National Theater of China has joined hands with Arts Center Melbourne to give a fresh interpretation of the well-known story.
The life of the legendary martial-arts master Ip Man has been told many times in the movies and on TV screens in the past few years. A musical production of Ip Man will join the heat in 2014.
For 53-year-old violinist Cho-liang Lin, whose career has spanned the globe for more than two decades, it's very exciting to see many musical talents taking center-stage around the world.
Artist Ma Wen returns to Beijing's Olympic venue with new designs for the Water Cube, and a new outlook on traditional Chinese painting, Chen Nan reports.
Sisi Qiu continues her dream of dancing back in her home country after years of training and performing abroad. Her new production is inspired by her travel.