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Folk artist in his 80s revives age-old woodblock printing

In a workshop around 20 km from downtown Tianjin, 85-year-old Wang Xueqin takes out a woodblock and brushes ink on the board before he places rice paper onto it and rubs the surface with a special tool.

Sichuan launches tea culture and tourism festival

The 16th Mengding Mountain culture and tourism festival opened in Mingshan district, Ya'an city, Sichuan province, March 27, 2020.

Online evening gala held to pay tribute to Chinese fineries

An evening gala was presented online on Thursday night to celebrate the third Chinese National Costume Day, China Youth Daily reported Friday.

Int'l art festival signs projects online

The China Shanghai International Arts Festival signed 11 cooperation memorandums online with art agencies and organizations from 10 countries on Tuesday night.

Ancient tomb discovered in northwest China

The cultural relics department of northwest China's Gansu Province said they have found an ancient tomb with delicate brick carvings.

Stages of traditional opera stand as cultural symbol

In a traditional Chinese pavilion-like building, the stage was set, but no performance was held. However, visitors took photos of the architecture under a thick tree in the square in front of the building.

Mausoleum of Qinshihuang to reopen in China

The Mausoleum of Qinshihuang, known for the famous army of terracotta warriors in northwest China's Shaanxi Province, will reopen Wednesday after the outbreak of the novel coronavirus suspended the museum for two months.

French art exhibition reopens to public in Shanghai

An art exhibition jointly launched by the Centre Pompidou of France and a Shanghai-based company reopened Friday in Shanghai after being suspended due to novel coronavirus outbreak for almost two months.