The realities of China's theme parks may soon undergo a virtual transformation－in every sense. Indeed, virtual reality's proliferation means Chinese can instantly experience not only any place in the world but also places that exist only in one's imagination.
More books from the country are arriving on shelves overseas, as the China Book International project launched a decade ago comes of age.
Coloring books are taking on a new role as museums try to popularize historical relics through giving them a place in people's lives.
More Chinese parents are planning trips to cater to kids, especially as the semester break begins.
Both Hollywood and China's film industry have been searching for the secret formula for global hits. Before they find it, 'made for China'－with Chinese money and US talent－seems to be a tantalizing option.
My initial involvement with China's film industry was in 2001 when I started a serious endeavor to review new releases.
A one-woman effort gets underway to re-create Beijing's glorious city wall and watchtowers that have long disappeared.
From young women in their 20s to grandmas in their 80s, thousands of yoga lovers from across China went to Kunming in Yunnan province on May 19 for the China India Yoga Festival, paying thousands of yuan to learn from 18 Indian yoga gurus at a four-day course.
After years of Chinese fans' hearts melting for Korean TV drama stars, Chinese shows have become hot items in South Korea.
A news conference on the promotion of cultural and creative products was held by the Ministry of Culture in Beijing on May 19.
In almost every image of China's former leader Mao Zedong, he wore a simple shirt or jacket, in gray or brown. But there was an image on China's National Day, on October 10, 1957, where he put on his shoulders a cloak made of hundreds of feathers.
When the Chinese music industry is having a hard time with difficult transition under the Internet era, yet singers' commercial performance fees have continued to skyrocket.