Culture Insider: How to find lovers and gifts of love in ancient China
ompared to ancient people, we should feel grateful for having more freedom to find the person we want to be with.
School kids voluntarily serve at Shenzhen Museum
Hu Yihang is a popular star at Shenzhen Museum. Even the security guards at the entrance know his name and what he does during school holidays and weekends: that being, telling stories about the animals exhibited at the museum.
No. 2A Dayabao Beijing's home to master artists
The address No. 2A Dayabao Hutong used to be the location of a compound with some 20 rooms at the intersection of Jinbao Street and Second Ring Road in Dongcheng District, Beijing.
A bas relief of Lan Caihe holding a tool for collecting plants in Tianhou Palace, Chiwan, Shenzhen.
Poetry contest brings literary spring
A poetry competition on TV during the Spring Festival holiday was watched by more people in China than many star-studded soap operas, festive galas and reality shows.
Lion dance performed to celebrate lantern festival
People perform lion dance to greet the upcoming Lantern Festival, which falls on Saturday this year
Temple fairs held across China to mark Spring Festival
Foreign actors perform at a temple fair during the week-long Spring Festival holiday in Linyi, east China's Shandong Province,
Dragon lantern dance performed to greet upcoming Lantern Festival
Villagers perform dragon lantern dance to greet the upcoming Lantern Festival in Jiangtian Village of Dexing City
Naming babies with 'Chinese characteristics'
Names matter, Chinese agree, and that is why parents go to great lengths to devise auspicious and fitting names for their children.
Hello, Year of the Rooster
The rooster is one of the 12-year cycle of animals which appear in the Chinese zodiac related to the Chinese calendar.