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​Exhibition reviews development of ancient Chinese paintings

Editor's note: A collection of more than 1,700 copies of Chinese paintings and related calligraphy works from the Han Dynasty (202 B.C.- A.D. 220) to the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912) are currently on display at the National Museum of China in Beijing. 

Art of generosity

Exhibition at Tsinghua University pays tribute to collector patrons whose donations helped many view great works.

China Cultural Center in Tanzania hosts art exhibition to cement cultural ties

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Millennia-old trench and cemeteries found in NW China

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Central Axis contest shows route to cultural awareness

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Festival gives fashion a sporting chance

The Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology held the opening ceremony of its 18th Science-Art-Fashion Festival on Sunday in Beijing.

‘China Today’ Arts Week launched in Australia

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Nation to continue promoting protecting heritage, traditions

China will continue to stress efforts to inherit and enhance the influence of traditional culture. According to a report delivered by Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, at the opening session of the CPC's 20th National Congress on Oct 16, China will put more efforts into the protection of cultural relics and cultural heritage, and into strengthening the protection and inheritance of history and culture in urban and rural construction.

Painting exhibition themed on fashion and sports staged at BIBF

A painting exhibition featuring fashion and sports opened at the Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology on Sunday. Nearly 200 works created by about 100 students and teachers of BIFT are on display. The focal point is the excellence of China's sports culture and the chic lifestyle lead by modern Chinese people. Artworks cover several genres, including traditional Chinese painting, oil painting, sculpture, dyeing and weaving. [Photo/Xinhua]

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Villages are evolving every day. A clear link between rural revitalization and national development has emerged over the past 40-plus years since China's reform and opening up. Rural revitalization through art is a rather complex and systematic endeavor, demanding respect for culture, region, ethnicity, and individual rights and interests.
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​Exhibition reviews development of ancient Chinese paintings

Editor's note: A collection of more than 1,700 copies of Chinese paintings and related calligraphy works from the Han Dynasty (202 B.C.- A.D. 220) to the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912) are currently on display at the National Museum of China in Beijing.