"The arrow shot is so straight that it hits the bull's-eye, the young people will have good luck, and sitting on the lawn of the archery field is as comfortable as sitting on soft silk," Dargye sang as he worked on his handmade bag.
Beijing Fashion Week 2022 will stage a host of fashion shows at cultural landmarks across Beijing from Sept. 15 to 22. Digital fashion shows to debut this year will allow audiences to enjoy virtual exhibits and digital artworks.
A special art show titled "Encounter" by Chinese artist Wang Chuanfeng is taking place at Tokyo National Museum, and the exhibition has attracted former Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama and other high-profile visitors.
Local and international artists found inspiration and enhanced communication through an activity held in Dunhuang, Gansu Province, northwest China, from Aug. 29 to Sept. 2. Dunhuang, an oasis city on the old Silk Road and a cradle of Buddhism in China, is a hub of East-West cultural exchanges.
Chang'e, China's lunar probe, is named after a legendary goddess in ancient fairy tales, but few people know that she first appeared in the book Shan Hai Jing, or The Classic of Mountains and Seas, which is thought to have been written during the late Warring States Period (475-221 BC).
Ghandi Abu Diab, a Lebanese in his fifties, has spent three decades exerting strenuous efforts to transform the ruins of Ottoman-era rock vaults into a heritage museum in al-Jahliyeh, a village in the Chouf District of Mount Lebanon.
In his ink-brush paintings, Fang Xiang uses loose strokes to create a half-real, half-imagined world. His depictions of these landscapes are full of details of animation, expressing his reflections of worldly affairs and interpersonal relations, and provoking a shared yearning for a simple life.
In one of the best known texts attributed to him, Xiao Yao You (Wandering Beyond), Zhuang Zhou, or Zhuangzi, the master of philosophy who lived around the fourth and third centuries BC, believed that to achieve ultimate spiritual freedom, one should live without any desire. This Taoist take on life inspires artists and is reflected in their works.
China Climate Action Week Thematic Exhibition, running through Sunday at Inter Art Center and Gallery in Beijing's 798 Art Zone, gathers the works of 15 artists from around the world that respond to the climate crisis. Their creations invite the audience into a discussion reflecting on the ways of coexistence between the humankind and nature, the impacts of human activities on the climate change, and how to participate in and accelerate climate action.
Many cute cats, painted on exterior walls along Baimi Alley in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, have drawn photo enthusiasts. They are part of a project in Renmin subdistrict to brighten up old communities.