French pianist and composer Julian Gelas brings his music to Chinese audience again. After the recent tour of Qingdao, Shandong province, Gelas will perform in Beijing from Jan 13 to 16.
There's no doubt that Chinese artist Zheng Wei, 33, is a die-hard fan of rock 'n' roll. He's engraved images of his favorite guitarists－as many as 185 of them－onto a nearly 6-meter-high wood block to show respect for his idols.
More than three years after Metallica's China debut, the band is set to rock fans here again, with concerts in Shanghai and Beijing, Chen Nan reports.
Through his six-decade career, Han Meilin－who is well-known as the chief designer of Fuwa, the good-luck mascots for the Beijing Olympic Games in 2008－has always turned to Chinese cultural traditions for inspiration.
An ongoing exhibition examines the economic, social and cultural transformations of the BRICS countries. The works on display show how artists react to these shifts. Lin Qi reports.
A Peking Opera gala featuring most of today's popular Peking Opera artists, including Li Hongtu, Zhao Baoxiu, Meng Guanglu and Tan Xiaozeng, will be staged at the Beijing Exhibition Center Theater on Tuesday.
A contemporary jewelry design and art show opened last week in Beijing, presenting jewelry pieces as wearable artworks, from a ring featuring a flying airplane to a necklace that mimics wind chimes.
Fans of Western musicals must have heard of the musical, Wicked. As one of the most successful and award-winning musicals on Broadway and in the West End, Wicked has been called "Broadway Biggest Blockbuster" by the New York Times and "One of the Greatest Musicals of Our Time" by the Daily Mail.
She stands still, takes a deep breath, spreads her arms like wings and then thrusts them upwards. She then stares at her long sleeves as they slowly slide down her arms.
The high-altitude Ruoergai Grassland in northern Sichuan province attracts tourists today for picturesque wetlands and diverse wildlife.
A champion of the yak as an emblem of the Tibetan highlands brings the spirit of the animal to a Beijing museum.
The highly realistic style of gongbi painting (meticulous brushwork) began to form some 2,000 years ago and created brilliance in Chinese art.