Capital to host master’s class

Piano virtuoso Lang Lang announces collaboration with the NCPA to establish a Beijing branch of his music school.

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Capital to host master’s class

Piano virtuoso Lang Lang announces collaboration with the NCPA to establish a Beijing branch of his music school.

56th Montreux Jazz Festival closes with highest ever attendance

The 56th Montreux Jazz Festival closed on Saturday in Switzerland, with the size of its audience hitting a record high.

Summer camp generates children's interest in pipa

Pipa, a traditional Chinese string musical instrument with a history of over 2,000 years, has always been popular among Chinese children who learn musical instruments.

Nation leads the way on heritage protection

Even though he is 67, Zhang Heshan still climbs the mountain near his village every morning, which he has done since childhood.

Exhibition in Xinjiang highlights nation’s culture

A five-day exhibition of intangible cultural heritage around the country has opened at the Xinjiang Art Museum in Urumqi, Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.

Shanxi’s pretty porcelain finds new fans

When Qiao Lin was admitted to the State University of New York in Binghamton to study actuarial science in 2011, she never imagined that a few years later she would become an inheritor of the family tradition of making fahua ware, helping fellow villagers pursue prosperity.

MoCA Shanghai holds first exhibition of 2022

The Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai kicked off its first exhibition of the year last week. The event will run till Aug 14.

Popular TV show endeavors to evoke love of folk music

A popular TV show, Flowers Bloom in Spring, which aims to raise the recognition of China's folk music, and brings together 28 groups of young artists to innovatively render some of the country's most influential folk songs, has recently seen its online views cross 1.3 billion times, said the producers during a symposium held in Beijing earlier this week.

Hunan holds fashion show high above ground

Contestants took part in a fashion show on a sightseeing platform 1,520 meters above ground during the World Tourism Image Ambassador Contest at a special competition area in Zhangjiajie, Hunan province, on July 30.

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Capital to host master’s class

Piano virtuoso Lang Lang announces collaboration with the NCPA to establish a Beijing branch of his music school.

56th Montreux Jazz Festival closes with highest ever attendance

The 56th Montreux Jazz Festival closed on Saturday in Switzerland, with the size of its audience hitting a record high.

Summer camp generates children's interest in pipa

Pipa, a traditional Chinese string musical instrument with a history of over 2,000 years, has always been popular among Chinese children who learn musical instruments.

Nation leads the way on heritage protection

Even though he is 67, Zhang Heshan still climbs the mountain near his village every morning, which he has done since childhood.

Exhibition in Xinjiang highlights nation’s culture

A five-day exhibition of intangible cultural heritage around the country has opened at the Xinjiang Art Museum in Urumqi, Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.

Shanxi’s pretty porcelain finds new fans

When Qiao Lin was admitted to the State University of New York in Binghamton to study actuarial science in 2011, she never imagined that a few years later she would become an inheritor of the family tradition of making fahua ware, helping fellow villagers pursue prosperity.

MoCA Shanghai holds first exhibition of 2022

The Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai kicked off its first exhibition of the year last week. The event will run till Aug 14.

Popular TV show endeavors to evoke love of folk music

A popular TV show, Flowers Bloom in Spring, which aims to raise the recognition of China's folk music, and brings together 28 groups of young artists to innovatively render some of the country's most influential folk songs, has recently seen its online views cross 1.3 billion times, said the producers during a symposium held in Beijing earlier this week.

Hunan holds fashion show high above ground

Contestants took part in a fashion show on a sightseeing platform 1,520 meters above ground during the World Tourism Image Ambassador Contest at a special competition area in Zhangjiajie, Hunan province, on July 30.

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Nanjing forum discusses digital empowerment of art

Various forms of digital art have been integrated into the fields of art and museology to initiate waves of reform.

Beijing launches global zodiac design competition

The 2023 Global Zodiac Design Competition, organized by Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture and Tourism and Central Academy of Fine Arts, kicked off in Beijing on July 31, 2022.

Shanghai int'l violin competition to hold finals online in August

The third Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition will hold an online concert for the finals in August, the organizers announced Tuesday.

Lifelong friendship between teacher and students marked at Beijing exhibition

Qi Baishi, a prominent Chinese artist of the 20th century, once said, "Painting is a course of loneliness."

Photo exhibition chronicles Taiwan youths’ hiking trips in mainland

A photography exhibition, featuring images captured by Taiwan university students during their hikes in the southwestern regions of the mainland, kicked off in Taipei on Sunday.

China Art Festival to be held in Sept

The 13th China Art Festival will kick off in Beijing on Sept 1 and will end in Xiong'an New Area, Hebei province, on Sept 15, said the Ministry of Culture and Tourism on July 29.

Intangible cultural heritage exhibition held in Xinjiang

An intangible cultural heritage exhibition opened Sunday in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

56th Montreux Jazz Festival closes with highest ever attendance

The 56th Montreux Jazz Festival closed on Saturday in Switzerland, with the size of its audience hitting a record high.

Capital to host master’s class

Piano virtuoso Lang Lang announces collaboration with the NCPA to establish a Beijing branch of his music school.

56th Montreux Jazz Festival closes with highest ever attendance

The 56th Montreux Jazz Festival closed on Saturday in Switzerland, with the size of its audience hitting a record high.

Summer camp generates children's interest in pipa

Pipa, a traditional Chinese string musical instrument with a history of over 2,000 years, has always been popular among Chinese children who learn musical instruments.

Nation leads the way on heritage protection

Even though he is 67, Zhang Heshan still climbs the mountain near his village every morning, which he has done since childhood.

Exhibition in Xinjiang highlights nation’s culture

A five-day exhibition of intangible cultural heritage around the country has opened at the Xinjiang Art Museum in Urumqi, Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.

Shanxi’s pretty porcelain finds new fans

When Qiao Lin was admitted to the State University of New York in Binghamton to study actuarial science in 2011, she never imagined that a few years later she would become an inheritor of the family tradition of making fahua ware, helping fellow villagers pursue prosperity.

MoCA Shanghai holds first exhibition of 2022

The Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai kicked off its first exhibition of the year last week. The event will run till Aug 14.

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Photo exhibition captures new countryside scene of Henan

A photography exhibition showcasing a new perspective of countryside landscape in Central China's Henan province is underway in Zhengzhou city of Henan province. 

Exhibition showcases Yangtze River culture

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Public art show invigorates South China’s urban scenes

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Online forum addresses digital advancement of art

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Art project uses music to assist recovery of patients

A decade after his last performance as actor and operetta singer with the Greek National Opera, Georgios Sochos stands confidently on the main stage of the 19th century Ziller Building of the National Theater of Greece in central Athens, practicing breathing exercises before singing, again.

Hongkong Post to issue ‘Year of the Tiger’ special stamps

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A natural talent

Du Dakai vividly recalls a journey to Guangdong province in the winter of 1978. The professor of Tsinghua University's Academy of Arts and Design accompanied Zhu Danian (1916-95), an eminent painter and ceramic artist, to Xiqiao, a village to the south of Guangzhou known for its stunning natural scenery and rich cultural heritage, to travel and do some outdoor sketching.

Greek PM calls for reunification of Parthenon Sculptures

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis called on Monday for all the Parthenon's sculptures to be brought back together, as ten marble fragments of sculptures from the 2,500-year-old temple on Acropolis hill were transferred from the National Archaeological Museum of Greece to the Acropolis Museum.

Female artist’s exhibition delivers elegance, tranquility

Artist Wen Wei is noted for her works of classical Chinese mountain-and-water paintings done in xieyi style, ink figure paintings of court ladies and calligraphies in kuangcao (wild cursive) script, which vividly show her gift and hard work over the years.

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National Art Museum showcases works ranging from drawing to calligraphy

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Capital to host master’s class

Piano virtuoso Lang Lang announces collaboration with the NCPA to establish a Beijing branch of his music school.

56th Montreux Jazz Festival closes with highest ever attendance

The 56th Montreux Jazz Festival closed on Saturday in Switzerland, with the size of its audience hitting a record high.

Summer camp generates children's interest in pipa

Pipa, a traditional Chinese string musical instrument with a history of over 2,000 years, has always been popular among Chinese children who learn musical instruments.

Nation leads the way on heritage protection

Even though he is 67, Zhang Heshan still climbs the mountain near his village every morning, which he has done since childhood.

Exhibition in Xinjiang highlights nation’s culture

A five-day exhibition of intangible cultural heritage around the country has opened at the Xinjiang Art Museum in Urumqi, Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.

Shanxi’s pretty porcelain finds new fans

When Qiao Lin was admitted to the State University of New York in Binghamton to study actuarial science in 2011, she never imagined that a few years later she would become an inheritor of the family tradition of making fahua ware, helping fellow villagers pursue prosperity.