Rural idyll gives village a natural advantage
Pingyang's wetland a paradise for birds
Artistic manhole covers grace streets of Wuhan
Blooming bluebonnets add a touch of romance to Kunming
Online exhibition celebrates vitality of youth art
British Columbia brings its breathtaking natural beauty to China
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Pursuit of beauty

The art and intellectual spirit of Wen Yiduo and his son are marked at Ode to the Red Candle, an exhibition at Tsinghua University Art Museum, which will run until July 3.

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25 Qing Dynasty tombs discovered in China's Hunan

Archaeologists have found 25 tombs dating back to the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) in Central China's Hunan province, according to the provincial cultural relics and archaeology research institute.


Framing the soul of a city

After living in Shanghai for 13 years, entrepreneurs Derek Muhs and Marisa Tarin found the real heartbeat and soul of the city in its people. They put together 100 photographs featuring local residents, to compile the book titled Faces We Love-Shanghai.

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Homage to hometown

Dancer from a southern village stages show with thousands of figurines in different poses.


Archaeological finds from Dunhuang Grottoes on display in Wuhan

The Ten Thousand Miles and a Thousand Years exhibition is on display from May 18 to September 18 at Wuhan University's Wanlin Art Museum.


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Hsiung Ping-ming, born in Nanjing and lived in France for 55 years until his death, taught Chinese culture, philosophy and calligraphy for decades at the Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations of the New Sorbonne University in Paris.