The exhibition Light the Heart of Europe with gigantic Chinese lanterns was held in Brussels on Thursday to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year and the year of tourism between the European Union and China. The exhibition will last until Feb. 28.
Archeologists have discovered the ruins of an ancient city in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, believed to have been built some 2,000 years ago.
In the northwest suburbs of Beijing, a 68.5-square-km historic area waits to be protected and managed.
A Hero Born, the first volume of famous Chinese martial arts novelist Jin Yong's Legends of the Condor Heroes, was on Thursday published in English for the first time.
Xibaipo, a major revolutionary site in north China, received over 210,000 visitors during the seven-day Spring Festival holiday that ended Wednesday, double that of 2017.
Overseas Chinese in U.S. Midwest are lucky enough to have a feast of Chinese cultural performances to ease their nostalgia while embracing the 2018 Chinese Lunar New Year, the Year of the Dog.
Chinese lanterns exhibition held in Brussels
Opera the Rhine Nixies to be premiered on Feb. 24 in Hungary
People fly kites in Wenfeng Park in E China's Anhui
Terracotta statue remains on display in U.S. despite thumb theft
British PM holds Chinese New Year reception at Prime Minister's Office
Shaolin Kung Fu show wows audience
Draft resolution on ceasefire in Syria fails to pass in UNSC
DPRK condemns U.S.-Japan joint war drills
Syria's Assad, Russian envoy discuss anti-terror cooperation amid rising tension in Eastern Ghouta
Chinese scientists find how bats carry viruses without getting sick
Smarter AI algorithm effective in screening eye diseases
President Xi attends APEC summit, visits Vietnam, Laos
Spring Festival 2018