Wuxia on the Web goes West as genre spreads

2013-04-13 01:13:57

Chinese wuxia series are becoming increasingly popular in the West in a similar fashion to Western TV shows gaining audiences in China.

Buddhist temple seeks to preserve on-site buildings

2013-04-11 15:47:16

Experts called for more discussions and consultations on protecting a famous Buddhist temple, which was asked by the local government to remove most of its buildings.

Foundation honored

2013-04-11 15:33:40

UNESCO's assistant director-general for strategic planning Hans d'Orville has given an honor certificate to China Cultural Heritage Foundation.

Likeng, village as cultural heritage

2013-04-11 14:13:03

Likeng village, located in the Tuochuan township of Wuyuan county, in Jiangxi province, was once known as Liyuan during a time when China was much younger.

Warriors to the Golden Gate

2013-04-08 10:40:45

They were a Chinese emperor's elite guards, faithful to the last. China's most famous warriors are back in San Francisco, and Chen Jia is on site to record their adventures.

Guarding the legacy of emperors

2013-04-04 08:09:26

It was a clear day in March, and the air was still cold on this morning of early spring in Beijing.

Romance, ghosts and sports

2013-04-04 01:28:00

The Qingming Festival is traditionally a time for courtship, making sure the spirits are content and enjoying picnics and other outdoor activities with the coming of the better weather.

Protection for unique culture and heritage

2013-04-02 09:00:55

Notable achievements have been made in recent years to protect ethnic culture - traditions, customs and artworks - in Lhasa, capital of the Tibet autonomous region.

Bronze sculptures continue to shine

2013-04-02 09:00:55

On a cold day in February, master Tibetan bronze sculptor Migmar Losang and 26 apprentices were busy working on a 5.7-meter-high statue.Heavenly grottoes

A royal encyclopedia

2013-04-01 23:59:52

Jia Yinghua has dedicated more than 40 years of research to China's last emperor. Based on his efforts, he has written about a dozen books related to the final imperial family.

Ci Xi's China

2013-03-28 09:20:55

Porcelain exhibitions are a dime a dozen in China, but this one is bound to interest even the most jaded of museum-goers.Feted abroad, ignored at home

C-Salon: Conservation through conversation

2013-03-22 08:55:11

The high speed of modernization, along with demolitions and environmental damage has resulted in a loss of heritage for China. Outside of official efforts, ordinary citizens are now coming up with new ideas to contribute to heritage conservation.