Shanghai Light Music Orchestra presents a fantasy anime concert, an electro-acoustic first for Shanghai.
Taiwan resident Jam Hsiao will rock the stage at his Shenzhen concert on July 1.
The Broadway touring team of around 50 cast and production crewmembers aims to provide a Broadway experience in Shanghai.
Mahua Fun Age, one of the country's most popular comedy troupes, will perform their classic The Count of Wulong Mountain in Guangzhou until June 30.
Wang Wen-hsin, a renowned Taiwan writer who's described as "a literary ascetic", will discuss his controversial insights at his lecture in Guangzhou.
The original Chinese musical A Chant for Two Springs will be staged in Guangdong province's capital Guangzhou in June.
Art Museum is hosting a group show of more than 20 works by four artists from China and the United States.
Mamma Mia! My, my, how can you resist it? After 13 years of playing to 42 million people around the world, the answer appears to be - we can't.
Snow sports have always been a major part of Miriam Hanna Deller's life.
More than 500 programs are on display, tracing the development of Beijing's art stage over the past six decades.
Swarovski will launch an exhibition in Shanghai to showcase its most precious collections from its more than 100-year history.
The inaugural exhibition of Jingren's Paperlogue presents contemporary paper-cutting artist Zhao Xigang's solo show, Celebrating Life.