Zheng Xinmiao, curator of the Palace Museum in Beijing, responds to the 10 scandals the museum has been involved in recently.
The Palace Museum's vast display of paintings, calligraphy and ceramics actually account for less than 1 percent of its collection.
Q+A | Chi Jo-hsin
Management issues are said to be the root cause of a series of scandals that have plagued the Palace Museum in Beijing.
While traditionalists frequently lament the threat to ancient Chinese art forms, local rock heroes are spearheading their own reinvention of these arts.
Better Chinese, better English.
The Shanghai Sewing Machine Shop, once renowned for the sale of one of the country's oldest brand of sewing machines, Butterfly, reopens.
Teo, tee, thea, herbata, chai, cha ... they are all words that refer to tea, in different languages.
A US-based Chinese artist scales new heights with his landscape paintings.
As a young woman plays a palm-sized bamboo flute, a lively chirping of birds fills the room and guides audiences into an enchanting bamboo grove filling the huge screen on stage.
A CCTV talent show features three foreigners with a yen for Chinese songs that recall the fervor of the revolution.
Wu Dingwu lifts and presses a U-shaped handle attached to an exquisitely carved wooden ox, and it starts clip-clopping forward.