Long Wen believes his investment in a museum in Yunnan province's remote Xinzhuang village is worth more than the paper it's printed on.
Ancient methods of papermaking offer better livelihoods to villagers in Yunnan province.
Forbidden City 100, a documentary that sheds new light on the prestigious imperial palace built by the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) in the early 15th century, premiered on CCTV-9.
The dragon, a reviled baddie in the West, is revered in China. It even gets to have a year named after it.
A gui is an ancient round-mouthed food vessel with two to four looped handles, or ears, used for ceremonial rites during the Shang and Zhou dynasties.
About 140 cultural relics from Sichuan province, including those unearthed in the Sanxingdui Ruins in the city of Guanghan and from the Jinsha Ruins in the provincial capital Chengdu, have set off for a tour of Taiwan.
To commemorate the centennial anniversary of China's documentary industry, "Recorded History", a grand gala was held on Dec 23 at the Great Hall of People in Beijing.
Young ink artist Song Bin is staging his solo exhibition at Wu Dongkui Art Museum in southern Beijing.
Chen Yongren, a retired teacher, is 76, but many say he looks much younger. The kernel of his longevity, he says, is the humble walnut.
Horsetail embroidery is a specialty of the Miao and Shui ethnic groups in Guizhou province.
An exhibition showcases the cultures of Guizhou province's ethnic groups through their handicrafts.
The 1,300-year-old Tibetan paper makes an image look like it is mysteriously illuminated and is, therefore, the ideal medium for photographer Jin Ping.