Archaeology magazine chose to include the remains of more than 400 sacrificed animals in their list of top 10 discoveries of 2023.
The relics related to the War of Resistance include various sites and items illuminating the war and its legacy, which document the nature and conduct of the war, the lives of the soldiers who fought it.
The linguistics journal Yaowen Jiaozi released 2023's top 10 Chinese buzzwords on Monday.
A 25-year-old girl from Lesotho, a country in Southern Africa, has mastered a variety of traditional dances like Yangko and Dunhuang, along with ethnic dances from Uyghur, Dai, and Mongolian people, after four years of study at Northwest Normal University.
Remnants of the Five-In-A-Row board game, pots and grains among other living facilities were unearthed during recent excavations in the Beijing section of the Great Wall, shedding light on the daily lives of ancient Chinese soldiers.
Before China issued its three-year action plan on the metaverse in September, museums had already begun to embrace the concept and started building virtual versions of their institutions.
Austronesian peoples' millennia-long odyssey over high waves is probably one of the earliest and largest maritime migrations in human history. Chinese archaeologists' research in recent years now offers crucial clues to trace how this saga started.
About 20 ruins that were once possibly dams have been discovered at the Liangzhu Ruins in East China's Zhejiang Province.
New archaeological discoveries have enriched the understanding of the water management system of Liangzhu, an ancient city in present-day Hangzhou, Zhejiang province.
A Thai girl studying at Jilin International Studies University said she is fascinated by Chinese culture and its beautiful scenery and plans to explore the country to share her experiences.
An activity commemorating the 160th anniversary of Pierre de Coubertin's birth, the father of the modern Olympic Games, was held at the Peking Academy High School in Beijing on Saturday.
Museums from Guangdong province and the Hong Kong and Macao special administrative regions announced the establishment of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Alliance of Museums at the Chinese Museum Studies Conference on Friday in Guangzhou, Guangdong province.
Former French Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin recently said in an exclusive interview with ECNS that the world’s peaceful development cannot be achieved without China, and world civilization would be incomplete without Chinese culture.
The discovery of ancient counting rods made of ivory suggests that the Chinese may have been the first in the world to conceive of negative and positive numbers — 800 years earlier than India — according to recent research.
A Pakistani girl studying at Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, has expressed her gratitude to the tangible help the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has brought to her hometown.
A shared folk belief in Mazu — a revered goddess of the sea worshipped on both sides of the Taiwan Strait — can act as a bridge connecting people of the two sides and promote cross-Strait integration, experts said.
The mention of the literary genius Su Shi reminds visitors to Meishan city in Southwest China's Sichuan province of the Ancestral Temple of the Three Sus in the center of the city.
Visiting cultural relics and museums has become a new trend for many in recent years, thanks to emerging digital technologies and wild creative products.
China Literature launched its global online reading platform WebNovel in 2017, which has become one of the biggest global reading platforms for online Chinese literature.
Approximately 500 Shaolin disciples from over 40 states in the U.S., as well as from countries and regions including Canada and Mexico, participated in the event.
Andrew Fowler, a fourth-year student from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon, described his recent experience in China as an unexpected and incredible surprise.
In 1973, under the direction of Eugene Ormandy (1899-1985), the Philadelphia Orchestra became the first orchestra from the United States to perform in China since the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949.
Historical and cultural heritage of southwest China's Xizang Autonomous Region is under effective protection, said a white paper released on Friday.
A project to protect Nanhai No 1, a sunken cargo ship from the Song Dynasty (960-1279), has shifted to a new stage of comprehensive protection, research, utilization, exhibition and academic exchange.
The ancient man-made platform covers an area of 28,000 square meters and was encircled by a rammed earth wall. At the center of the site is a square platform with annexes on either side of it.
Over 1,000 ancient stone artifacts dating back to the Paleolithic era, also known as the Old Stone Age, spanning from 2.6 million years ago to 10,000 years ago, have been unearthed at the Xiacun archaeological site.
Archaeologists will perform desalination on the Nanhai (South China Sea) No.1, the shipwreck of a cargo ship from the Song Dynasty (960-1279), and remove caissons for permanent protection.
The global population of crested ibis has surpassed 10,000 after 42 years of protection, an official from the Shaanxi Forestry Bureau said on Thursday during a conference in Hanzhong, Shaanxi province.
The fourth national census of cultural relics will begin this month, with the aim of gaining a comprehensive grasp of the scope of the country's immovable cultural heritage sites, the State Council, China's Cabinet, has announced.
A new museum will be built on the excavation site of two ancient Han tombs in Jiyang, East China's Shandong Province, where visitors can enter the tomb chamber through a walkway and study the famous original stone carvings of the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220).