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Photos capture the path of Buddhism

Mysteries of the mummified Buddha Zhanggong

Twenty years ago, a seated Buddhist saint – Patriarch Zhanggong– was reported missing from Yangchun village in Southeast China's Fujian province. This March, the gold-lacquered statue was discovered in the possession of a Dutch art collector in the Netherlands.

Trade fair of cultural products kicks off in Yiwu

Domestic and foreign visitors watch the traditional Flower Drum Opera and Wuju Opera presented by folk artists during the 10th China Yiwu Cultural Products Trade Fair in Yiwu, East China's Zhejiang province, April 27, 2015.

Historical Long March route eyes World Heritage status

Plans are underway to turn China's historical Long March route a World Cultural Heritage, according to the latest proposal issued by Sichuan's scholars and officials at a seminar held on April 18

Feathered headdress draws flurry of criticism

A famous Peking Opera singer was attacked by conservationists after she posted a photo of one of her headdresses which she said is worth 120, 000 yuan ($19,400) online.

What could China offer to world movie industry?

From a cameo by Chinese space station Tiangong-1 in sci-fi blockbuster Gravityto a comedic gang boss in Johnny Depp's latest comedy Mortdecai, Chinese elements are becoming more common in foreign movies.

 

Fashion China photo exhibition calls for entries

China has undergone tremendous change in recent years and a photography exhibition, with the theme "Fashion China", is planned to portray a modern country through a variety of artworks.

 
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