Late Chinese sculptor's works to be shown in NY
Xu Bing exhibition explores a world of pictures
Hollywood's great Chinese story
Paper cut national flag artwork marks 70th anniversary
Guangzhou exhibition ventures the world of ink art
An ode to the moon

Museum night a treat for diplomats in Beijing

The National Art Museum of China (NAMOC), a premier institution in Beijing dedicated to Chinese art and culture, often organizes night tours, including for members of foreign embassies.

Book series published to introduce Yungang Grottoes

A book series on the Yungang Grottoes, a 1500-year-old Buddhist sculptural site, has been published after nearly seven years of preparation.

Enthusiasm for learning Chinese in Japan boosts people-to-people communication

In 2010, only around 200 people took the HSK, but the number of HSK examinees in Japan has been increasing year by year.

Ceremony held at Confucian Temple in Beijing

A ritual practice took place on Oct 18 at the Beijing Confucian Temple and the Imperial College, drawing more than 400 people to show their respect for Confucius and his legacy.

Chinese publishers seek cooperation, exchanges at Frankfurt Book Fair

The 71st Frankfurt Book Fair, the largest of its kind in the world, attracted more than 7,400 exhibitors from 104 countries and regions.