Beijing brings mime time

2012-03-24 07:46:11

Diehard fans of mime mustn't miss Apple, a one-man mime performance about different choices in life, to be staged by Nadading Troupe in Beijing next week.

Agrarian Art

2012-03-23 09:18:10

Luo Zhongli became one of the country's most celebrated artists for his depictions of farmers, but his ongoing retrospective reveals stylistic changes that divide critics.

Paper vs pixels

2012-03-22 10:05:33

Millions of books are sold every day in China in all forms, even as traditional publishers face off the competition from e-books and the online business module.

All booked up with every place to go

2012-03-22 09:57:31

Jackie Huang became an instant star after her speech on the emergence of book agents in China and how they develop their business.

Kensington Palace reopens

2012-03-21 09:32:03

Kensington Palace reopened today after a 12 million pound Sterling (19 million USD) renovation in central London March 20, 2012.

Innovation or violation?

2012-03-16 09:45:33

A version of Farewell My Concubine challenges Peking Opera's pieties. But does it bend or break the rules, and for better or for worse?

Lost and found

2012-03-15 12:25:54

The permanent exhibition Old Beijing Gets Moving focuses on the city's residents and formerly everyday objects.

Is the 'Lost Leonardo' now found?

2012-03-14 10:46:14

A fresco by Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci lost for five centuries may still exist behind a wall of Florence's city hall.

An epic journey

2012-03-14 10:42:04

An ethnically Miao mans childhood exorcism leads him on a lifelong journey to chronicle the King Yalu epic.

A young photographer's Shangri-La

2012-03-12 13:29:30

A youthful shutterbug discovers divine bliss in ordinary pursuits and routine activities. Raymond Zhou reports in Beijing.

Shaolin Kung Fu in Stanford

2012-03-11 09:40:50

Shaolin Kung Fu masters teach Shaolin Kung Fu at Stanford University in California, the United States on March 9, 2012.

A sculptor who shapes conceptions of the past

2012-03-09 09:15:45

Veteran sculptor Sui Jianguo is known for his frequent - and often unorthodox, if not bizarre - use of symbols associated with Mao Zedong.