Museums celebrated for role in recounting history
China marked the 47th International Museum Day on Thursday with plenty of activities and displays of the latest achievements in the industry.
Microscopic carving shows ingenuity, vitality
Mao Zuosheng, a master and inheritor of Mingxi microscopic carving, displayed his marvelous work at a cultural heritage work exhibition during the Fujian Cultural Tourism Economic Development Conference, which was held in Ningde, Fujian province from April 17 to 18.
Cultural traditions stand the test of time
Artworks from Fujian and Taiwan spotlight 'intimate kinship' forged over centuries across the Straits.
Carving out a specialty
Craftsman shapes wood into various forms to make it seem alive, report Wang Ru and Hu Meidong in Fuzhou.
Restored cinema pays tribute to great history
As a city famed for its culture and arts, Xiamen in East China's Fujian province has seen burgeoning development in film, television and cultural tourism.
Painter indulges in cross-Straits history
The 53-year-old, who comes from Taiwan, said he did not want to reveal details of his 4-meter-long, 1.7-meter-wide painting too soon.
Artist presents to motherland through folk wood paintings
Cai Li, a provincial-level inheritor of Songxi wood painting, created wood paintings to pay her respect to the motherland ahead of the 20th CPC National Congress.
Pucheng paper-cutting inheritor displays Party's achievements through folk art
Zhang Wei, provincial-level inheritor of the intangible cultural heritage (ICH) item Pucheng paper-cutting, created paper-cutting artwork to celebrate the upcoming 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC).