Working staff arrange conference hall of the 4th Summit of China and Central and Eastern European Countries in Suzhou, East China's Jiangsu province, Nov. 23, 2015.
World-renowned dancers from top ballet troupes will treat Beijing ballet fans to a stunning performance together on Friday at Tianqiao Theater.
The band Haya, founded by Zhang Quansheng (left), is devoted to taking Mongolian music to a wider audience.
Several high-quality and rarely seen paintings by ink masters will go under the hammer in a Beijing sale in November.
Besides opening new sections to tourists, the Palace Museum is holding a series of exhibitions of rarely-seen national treasures for the special occasion marking its 90th anniversary.
Dheepan, Palme d'Or winner at this year's Cannes Film Festival, will be premiered at the Institut Français de Chine in Beijing on Friday.
Starting from Monday, 15 operas that belongs to 11 ethnic groups of China will be shown during the 4th Chinese ethnic groups opera show.
The western section of the Imperial Palace compound will be opened to the public on Oct 10, the first time in 90 years.
Twelve auctions in 7 categories, such as contemporary Chinese ink and works on paper, Chinese and western wine and so on, will be held in Grand Hyatt Hong Kong from Oct. 5 to 6.
New York's renowned Juilliard School will launch its first overseas campus to offer graduate courses in music in the northern Chinese municipality of Tianjin by 2018.
Video streaming site Youku Tudou will launch its first large-scale music festival next month.
Buyers of ancient Chinese art will reappear in Sotheby's salesroom in Hong Kong next month.