16.07.2018 — 99 views
A boiling pot cooking a wide variety of ingredients together creates a unique taste every time and a singularly inclusive dining atmosphere.
“Traditional Chinese painting is like embroidery—both need to be carefully examined to find their hidden meaning.”
12.07.2018 — 122 views
Delicate and rare bark paintings from the National Museum of Australia’s signature collection are headlining an unprecedented exhibition tour of Arnhem Land artworks across Chin...
12.07.2018 — 139 views
The Palace Museum was developed from the imperial palace of Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1636-1912) dynasties. It is the world’s largest and best-preserved ancient architectural ...
10.07.2018 — 140 views
Have you ever seen a Chinese painting by Pablo Picasso, among the pioneers of Western modern art? If not, you now have the chance to do so at Beijing’s National Art Museum of Ch...
06.07.2018 — 157 views
08.05.2018 — 331 views
The promotion of drama education is not aimed at cultivating theatrical professionals such as directors, actors and playwrights; rather, it is a way to inspire every child to participate and have fun.
Covering production of tea from freshly picked leaves to Tieguanyin tea on shop shelves as well as the vibrant daily lives of Anxi people, Yann Layma recorded the down-to-earth ...
13.04.2018 — 438 views
unless otherwise credited Humans have been inhabiting the Himalayan mountains between the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and the South Asian subcontinent since remote antiquity, and the ...
03.04.2018 — 469 views
Featuring selected works of black and white documentary pictures, Chinese on the Train is testament to the remarkable development of China’s railway since the beginning of the r...
09.02.2018 — 501 views
It’s five o’clock in the morningand Mithila is here at the Beijing South Railway Station to catch the first train of the day which headed for Anhui Province.
09.02.2018 — 431 views
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