The newly launched Space Technologies for Natural and Cultural Heritage (HIST) center will apply space and remote sensing technologies.
New findings by Professor Xu Xing, with the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, suggest it was just another dinosaur.
Tibetans celebrate the 60th anniversary of the region's peaceful liberation with a grand parade in front of Potala Palace on Tuesday.
Thousands of years ago, the Chinese were already making music with zithers, an instrument much loved by scholars, musicians and even martial artists.
Ever since Du Kang of the Xia Dynasty first invented white liquor, Chinese wine sets have come in a range of shapes and sizes.
Almost 2,500 years ago, a dramatic tale of humiliation, defeat, subversion, revenge and victory was played out between the kingdoms of Yue and Wu.
After 10 years of hard work the country has built a sophisticated survey and database management system of cultural relics.
Every week we look at a work of art or a cultural relic that puts the spotlight on China's heritage.
The first exhibition of Tang Dynasty (AD 618-907) frescos will open at Shaanxi History Museum on June 20.
The dying tradition of insignia stamp engraving has become a university major.
Gan Tian talks to two experts on how to care for and keep cultural and antique collections in the home.
The following accessories are close to Yang Qing's heart.