The First International Bronze Drum Festival, in Donglan, highlighted the cultural importance of the instrument to the Zhuang and Yao ethnic groups.
Sharp-eyed visitors to Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province, may have noticed a circular golden emblem.
Steelyard has gradually disappeared from people's daily life as platform balance and electronic balance become popular nowadays.
Authorities in Xicheng district have dismissed media reports claiming they planned to demolish a former home of Liang Qichao, a popular historical figure.
As a third generation Beijing palace lantern craftsmen and one of the few well-known lantern masters in China, Zhai's superb craftsmanship never lacks admirers.
The Tibetan Opera class was started in 2008, to carry on the traditional opera among young people and to promote Tibetan art.
The global art market has undergone a sea change with China taking the pole position in auctions from the United States and the United Kingdom.
The object is exquisitely shaped and original in workmanship, and is a perfect example of gold-jade combination sculptures.
Qingming Festival, or Tomb Sweeping Festival, on April 5, is when Chinese pay tribute to their ancestors by visiting and cleaning their gravesites.
With modernity blazing through the city like an out of control steamroller, they argued, what will be left of China's past?
The Yingxian Wooden Pagoda, also named Sakyamuni Pagoda of Fogong Temple, is to apply for the world cultural heritage site.
The on-going exhibition, The Art of Chinese Bronze Wares, at the National Museum of China, offers a rare look at the sense of humor of its ancient creators.