Cultural leaders from China and Europe advocated more support for artists at the third EU-China High Level Cultural Forum and Round Table.
The Hall of Rectitude complex, the most concentrated Tibetan Buddhist architecture group within the Forbidden City, has been successfully restored.
The Peony Pavilion, a masterpiece of Chinese Kunqu opera from the 16th century, proved its durability by thrilling New Yorkers in a fresh production directed by Academy Award-winning composer Tan Dun.
The combined photo shows items displayed at an exhibition of ancient Chinese architectural woodcarving components in Jinan, capital of east China's Shandong province, Nov 29, 2012.
Confucius Institute Headquarters and the China Post Group on Saturday jointly issued two pieces of special stamps on the Confucius Institutes, which have sprung up across the world since 2004.
Confucius was renowned for many things, including extensive travels during the Spring and Autumn Period (770-476 BC). It is little wonder that those affiliated with the institutes that have taken his name are similarly itinerant. Confucius in the 21st century
A new museum in Huaxi village, East China's Jiangsu province, opened its doors to visitors on Nov 28, 2012.
I am a fan of museums, because visiting them is the fastest way to get to know local history and culture. Nantong, a city in Jiangsu province, is a big bonus to someone like me.
China has long been known for the sheer number of its historical relics.
Tibetan Buddhist palaces and buildings in the northwest corner of the Forbidden City, currently the Palace Museum in Beijing, have been reconstructed.
Modernity slowly approaches the isolated Derung ethnic group, Hu Yongqi and Li Yingqing report from Nujiang, Yunnan province.