Chinese travel agencies on Wednesday charmed visitors at a key travel trade show in Berlin with Silk Road destinations.
The British Museum's highly-acclaimed exhibition, A History of the World in 100 Objects, has attracted numerous visitors since it opened at the National Museum of China in Beijing on March 1, 2017.
Two Chinese artists will soon present their experiments in ink at Asia Week in New York.
The much acclaimed exhibition, A History of the World in 100 Objects, is currently on at Beijing's National Museum of China.
The award ceremony for the 2016 Euro-Sino Cultural Exchange Contribution Award was held at the Hungarian Cultural Institute of Beijing on Thursday. Chinese dulcimer artist Liu Yuening of the Central Conservatory of Music was honored with the award.
The British Museum's highly-acclaimed A History of the World in 100 Objects has already attracted more than 1 million visitors during its world tour.
The British Council,and Peking University have jointly hosted the China-UK Cultural Heritage High Level Dialogue on 28 Feb 2017 in Beijing. With the support of the China State Administration of Cultural Heritage and Capital Normal University, cultural heritage experts from both countries were invited to exchange and discuss potential future collaboration.
"I could get on a plane and fly to China tomorrow," Monika Hoffarth-Zelloe says, as she marvels at photos on display at a community college in the US state of Virginia.
Changzhou Culture Week kicks off in Berlin.
A wide array of prints from Shizhuzhai woodblock studio in East China's Zhejiang province is on display during the exhibition here from Feb 16 to 24.
The China-Denmark Tourism Year 2017 was jointly launched by Danish Minister of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs Brian Mikkelsen and Chairman of China National Tourism Administration Li Jinzao in Beijing on February 24, 2017.
The show, titled Golden Rooster Heralds the Arrival of Spring, was recently held at the Confucius Institute of the Kiev National Linguistic University.