Exploring intangible culture can enrich any visit to the Middle Kingdom, China Daily reports.
Visitors view shadow puppets during a shadow puppet exhibition in Shijiazhuang, capital of North China's Hebei province, Nov 9, 2014.
Visitors walk past pottery artworks at the 2014 West Lake Art Fair in Hangzhou, capital of East China's Zhejiang province, Nov 6, 2014.
Film mogul Wang Zhongjun's purchase of Vincent Van Gogh masterwork for $61.8 million has set off an Internet debate about lavish spending, with experts saying China's high-profile art buying has only just begun.
China's second national Biennial Exhibition on Modern Craft Arts will open in the National Museum of China in Beijing on Dec 6.
Wang Zhongjun, chairman of the Huayi Brothers film studio, bought a Vincent Van Gogh masterpiece, becoming the latest tycoon to make an eyebrow-raising art purchase.
Young artist expresses his view of the urban city through his "blue" prints.
Over 3,000 Chinese audiences had the chance to enjoy high-quality art for free as BMW brought a program called Open for All to the country.
In his first solo show in China, British multimedia artist Shezad Dawood presents 'alien greetings' on textiles.
Terracotta Daughters sculptures, a work of art by French visual artist Prune Nourry, exhibited at Anahuacalli Museum on October 30, 2014 in Mexico city, Mexico.
The exhibition Diego Rivera: Pride of Mexico debuted in Beijing recently, featuring 34 works by the noted Mexican muralist Diego Rivera.
One hundred works by French sculptor Volti are now on show at the Sichuan Museum, Chengdu, Sichuan province, until Nov 9.