The National Museum of China dates back to July 9, 1912, when Cai Yuanpei and his subordinates established the National Peking Museum of History, the country's first public museum.
The newly renovated National Museum of China mirrors the country's peaceful rise.
Pan-Asian Stone Expo held in Kunming, China's Yunnan.
Chengdu University, a center for promoting sexual health among adolescents, recently organized a sex education exhibition at a Primary School in Chengdu.
Shannan prefecture in Tibet autonomous region will host the 2012 Tibet Yalong Culture Festival from Aug 17-23.
The Phoenix Art Palace, the largest privately owned art museum in Jiangsu province, opened in Wuxi on July 1.
About 20 Chinese and international artists and scholars will gather at Mount Huangshan in Anhui province for an intercultural dialogue from July 10-15.
A poem festival to honor famous Chinese poet Haizi will take place on July 25 in Delingha, Qinghai province - the poet's favorite place.
Ten artists and art scholars from more than 100 candidates from universities, painting institutes, and art academies will travel to countries on five continents in the coming weeks.
Chinese artist Liu Tiefei donated his second draft of an oil painting titled Back to England to the Beijing Olympic Park Management Committee recently.
A man, who lost his son to human traffickers more than 20 years ago, was reunited with him last month.
People in Mumbai of India would seem bound by a common misery: far too many people sharing far too few toilets, and women often have to pay to urinate.