Rarely-seen images of China from over 100 years ago are on display at the Capital Library of China from June 16 to 30.
The Shaolin Temple, known as the cradle of Chinese kung fu, is preparing to stage its first cultural festival in the US to expand its global clout.
Photo taken on June 13 shows a Thangka painting on display during Tibet's first selection of arts and crafts masters held in the Research Institute of Ethnic and Folk Arts in Lhasa from June 12 to 15.
Fucha Danqing came up with the idea of recording the old Beijing with his painting brushes.
Singer-turned-artist Ai Jing's installation works, Spray, have been collected by the National Museum of China recently in Beijing.
Li Congying is a down-to-earth banker and a romantic poet - a rare and seemingly ambivalent combination of two identities.
Though artist Patricia Calvo considers herself completely Mexican, she was a product of the global village long before that was a catchphrase.
For the Beijing-based French actors Karim Oyarzabal (left) and Lionel Baraban, being able to act onstage again and restart their careers in the Chinese capital is the peak of excitement.
Banners of calligraphy hang all over the airport terminal of Wuhai in the west of Inner Mongolia autonomous region. A gas station on the highway leading to downtown is also decorated with exquisite calligraphic Chinese characters.
To enliven the Shu Embroidery, which was included on the list of China's intangible cultural heritage in 2006, Sichuan has set up a base to train people how to embroider in Anjing.
A 7.6-foot-tall bronze statue of martial arts star Bruce Lee is seen in Los Angeles' Chinatown Sunday, June 16, 2013 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai are deservedly known as centers for the arts, but Xiamen is set to gatecrash the show.