Originating in the East Han Dynasty (25-220), Chinese colored lanterns reached their peak during the Tang (618-907) and Song (960-1279) dynasties.
Having its origin in people's love of flowers, Chinese flower arrangement is an important part of interior decorating.
With its unique features, metal crafts play a special role among China's arts and crafts.
Pokerwork refers to a form of decoration involving burning designs into timber, leather or other materials.
Cloth art contains almost all living arts forms and has close ties with our daily lives.
Wall hangings are new products combining the techniques of painting with embroidery and glued-cloth pictures.
Ousu, known as an "oil-clay sculpture", is a traditional artwork specially produced in Wenzhou of Zhejiang Province.
Chinese wax printing is a special Chinese handicraft typical of ethnic characteristics and local styles.
Chinese potted landscape is praised as "silent poetry" or "stereoscopic paintings".
The straw patchwork is basically an art of "cut-and-paste", just like paper-cuts.
Liu Qingshan, 60, comes from a family of stone carvers in Quyang county, Hebei province. At 12 he started learning the handicraft from his father.
More than 100 women of Dong ethnic minority demonstrated their traditional textile technique to tourists in Sanjiang Dong Autonomous County of south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on Nov. 15, 2014.