A large exhibition and fair showcasing about 50 intangible cultural heritage items opened on Friday in Xi'an, the historic capital of Shaanxi province.
Scientists have discovered a new feathered dinosaur species that lived in the Early Cretaceous Period, about 125 million years ago, in northeastern China.
A series of Dong ethnic group folk music concerts has attracted considerable attention in Beijing.
The excavations carried out at Yinxu and the finding of the oracle bones significantly changed China's historical records.
Nearly 20,000 people from around the world gathered in front of the mausoleum for Huangdi, the Yellow Emperor, to pay their respects to the emperor believed to be ancestor of all Han Chinese.
Charming Beijing Photo Exhibition and Beijing's Intangible Cultural Heritage Exhibition were held in Nairobi on Monday.
The Qingming Festival, also called Tomb Sweeping Day, occurs on April 4 this year, which is one of the most important traditional festivals for the 24 Chinese solar terms.
There's an upsurge of interest in Tomb-sweeping Day in the US as Chinese Americans honor their ancestors.
Fierce controversy has built up around the planned demolition and renovation of the area surrounding Beijing's Drum and Bell towers.
Is it true what they say about the city's women? And what are they saying? Chitralekha Basu finds out more in Shanghai.
A worshipping ritual for the Yellow Emperor or Huangdi is held in Xinzheng, Henan province on March 24, 2012.
Traditional, adaptable and smooth as silk, this dress remains the perfect wrap for a Chinese woman.