• Suzhou Gardens

    Suzhou, a cultural and historical city in east China's Jiangsu Province, is celebrated around the world for its elegant gardens.

  • Summer Palace

    The Summer Palace, located in the northwest suburbs of Beijing, is one of the finest examples Garden Architecture in China.

  • Lion Dance

    The Lion Dance (舞狮) is one of the most popular dances in China. Known as the king of animals, the lion is a traditional symbol of good luck in China.

  • Great Wall

    The Great Wall (长城) rises from Shanhaiguan, northeast of Qinhuangdao City in Hebei Province on the east coast and falls with the contours of the mountains westwards, crossing nine provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions over 6,700 kilometers, to end at Jiayu Pass, southwest of Jiayuguan City in Gansu Province.

  • Peking Opera

    Peking opera is the most representative of all Chinese traditional dramatic art forms.

  • Face-changing

    Face changing (变脸) is a unique stunt incorporated in Sichuan Opera that is used to express the changing emotions of characters.

  • Ceramic in China

    Pottery making began to develop in China during the New Stone Age some 10,000 years ago.

  • Caoshu

    Caoshu (草书,cursive hand) is characterized by sketchy, simplified forms of characters, often distorted or exaggerated to achieve an internal rhythmic appearance within the compositions of characters.

  • Confucius

    Introduction to Confucius.Confucius (孔子 551-479 BC) was a Chinese teacher, editor, politician, and philosopher of the Spring and Autumn Period of Chinese history.

  • Palace Museum

    Located in the center of Beijing, the Palace Museum (故宫博物院), historically and artistically one of the most comprehensive museum in China, was established on the basis of the Forbidden City, a palace of the Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1840), and their collection of treasures.