Chinese artists 'fight' the virus with artworks
Blooming spring flowers add delight to Anhui
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Scenery of cherry blossoms in Guian New District, SW China
New Zealanders embrace Chinese tai chi
All the beautiful color in spring

161 bookstores in Beijing get govt financial support

Facing major revenue loss and an almost broken funding chain caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, a program to support physical bookstores in Beijing was launched by the local government.

Beijing Parks, including Summer Palace, cancel cultural events for Tomb-sweeping Day

To ensure public safety during the COVID-19 outbreak and curb big gatherings, the city's parks have adopted nine measures to monitor visitor flows, including online ticket booking, traffic control and body temperature measurement.

Qingming rice cakes made to welcome festival

As Qingming Festival, or Tomb-Sweeping Day, is coming, residents are preparing the local traditional food-Qingming rice cakes in Huizhou district in Huangshan city, Anhui province, April 2, 2020.

Chinese artists 'fight' the virus with artworks

Chinese artists have completed epidemic-themed sketches and digital drawings in an attempt to cheer for the resumption of work and production, hoping for an earlier restoration of normal social life.

The show must go on

Despite the global pandemic, the China Shanghai International Arts Festival is slated to go ahead, with online contracts penned in late March, Zhang Kun reports in Shanghai.


Dream collection on show

An exhibition examining the cultural legacy of Cao Xueqin's literary masterwork Dream of the Red Chamber is now available at the National Museum of China website, Lin Qi reports.