Filial piety is a concept that has been passed down from generation to generation in China for thousands of years.
Fuzhou storytelling has been called a living fossil of ancient Chinese art and Chinese rap. It is popular in Fujian and Taiwan provinces and other Southeast Asian countries.
One beat of the gravel on the wooden table and the sounds of cymbals signal the beginning of an age-old storytelling performance.
Shilihe market, which is known for being one of the famous pet markets in Beijing, also sells a variety of items such as antiques, gems and kites.
With a history spanning over 1,000 years, Batang Xianzi is a beautiful and lyrical combination of Tibetan folk songs and dances.
Horseback riding, archery and wrestling still attract crowds.
Citing tradition, a team of experts has urged the public to use standard Chinese characters despite the popularity of Internet buzzwords.
In the year of 2013, China observes the 50th anniversary of the launch of its first overseas medical aid mission.
Some people can still remember what Beijing looked like 60 years ago with its meandering streets and courtyard communities. But for most residents the city is a bustling, modern metropolis.
Two bronze sculptures depicting the heads of a rat and a rabbit are on display at the National Museum of China as part of a permanent exhibition called The Road of Rejuvenation.
A group of boys and girls ranging between the ages of 8 and 15 attended a kung fu summer camp at the Shaolin Temple in Henan province.
China's cultural reach is growing every year - but is one of its most-treasured traditions under threat on its own shores?