Monday, 20th, 2017 | 5:49PM Updated

Pupils Perform Peking Opera in Beijing
Jin Opera Group: Staunch Guardians of Chinese Culture and Art

One Belt, One Road trade route
China-Ukrainian Cultural Exchange Week Opens

Mexico City locals will be able to get acquainted with Chinese culture and history through the newly opened Chinese Library.
Mexico’s First Chinese Library to Promote Cultural Exchange

Chinese business professionals project local cultural practices in their business transactions.
5 Culture Tips to Remember When Negotiating in China

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Confucius Institute Hosts Microfilm Festival to Boost China-Indonesia Ties

Chinese Culture in Spotlight with 'Boonie Bears' Nairobi Premiere

Ren Hang was a controversial artist in China who was famous for his brand of nude photography.
Ren Hang’s Death and Its Effects on Chinese Youth Culture

China and New Zealand deepen cultural ties via different art exchange events.
Moonlight Gallery Brings Chinese Culture to New Zealand via Image and Imagination Exhibit

Alibaba renews its efforts to gain footing in China's rapidly growing gaming industry.
Alibaba Group’s New Media Group Triples Revenue to 3.61B Yuan

The National Opera and Dance Drama Theater regularly performs productions set in different parts of Chinese history.
Chinese Culture Promoted Abroad Through Theater Productions

Performers belonging to the Golden Dragon Acrobats feature a variety of acrobatic skills that represent various traditions in Chinese culture that include folk dances, contortionism, and juggling, among many others.
Golden Dragon Acrobats Presents Traditional Chinese Culture to Modern-Day Youth

Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences' 8th Annual Governors Awards - Show
Jackie Chan Promotes Culture by Attending Formal Events in Tang Suits

A set of hairpins during Qing Dynasty sold for 207,000 yuan ($30,084) at the China Guardian 2015 spring auctions.
Culture Insider: Gifts of Love in Ancient China

A guideline issued by China's State Council says that Di Zi Gui, an ancient book from the Qing Dynasty, should be included in the curriculum of elementary schools.
Opposing Opinions Arise from State Council Guideline that Includes Qing Dynasty Book in Elementary Curriculum

People watch a bull fight during a new year celebration event in Wuliu Miao Village of Jianhe County.
Chinese Culture: New Year Celebration Events Across China

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