Last year, the construction of national cultural parks involving cultural landmarks, including the Grand Canal, was a major public cultural services project mentioned in the country’s 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-25).
An independent taxonomist and his team of volunteers are moving mountains in Xinjiang to discover new species of flora and protect endangered ones through artificial propagation…
Source: Penchant for plants
The second episode of a cultural promotional series — The Romance and Love at West Lake, produced by the Hangzhou municipal publicity department in Zhejiang province — was released today to explore the charm of the West Lake from the perspective of foreigners.
Profile: Teacher-turned-conservator brings centuries-old Chinese rock carvings to global stage; Huaxia; Xinhua
An elaborate e-tour program allows everyone to play hero by joining simulated restoration efforts at the World Heritage Site’s Xifengkou section.
Source: The virtual Wall rescue
China has the world’s largest number of world natural heritage sites, according to the National Forestry and Grassland Administration.
Over 6,200 events that publicize and showcase China’s intangible cultural heritage have been launched in celebration of Cultural and Natural Heritage Day, which falls on the second Saturday of June each year.
Mount Emei located in southwest China Sichuan Province is an area of striking scenic beauty, notable for its lofty mountain and lush vegetation.
Mount Wuyi in SE China, World Cultural and Natural Heritage site-
Located in east China Anhui Province Mount Huangshan also known as the Yellow Mountain is renowned for its magnificent natural scenery including massive granitic boulders and ancient pine trees which are often further enhanced by cloud and mist effects.
A large and impressive rock mass rising to over 1500 meters where graceful bridges gateways or pavilions contrast with pine forests or rocky cliffs, Mount Taishan is considered one of China’s most beautiful scenic spots and a symbolization of ancient Chinese civilizations and beliefs.
The story began about 40 million years ago, when the Indian Plate collided with the Eurasian Plate, raising the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and creating the rumpled peaks of the Hengduan Mountains.
Museums in Asia are a melting pot of history and identity. They act as a portal for individuals to explore the world’s oldest civilisations…
Views of Yungang Grottoes in N China’s Shanxi-
Bronze holds a special meaning in Chinese culture. The Bronze Age, which started around 1700 BC, had a profound influence on the development of civilization in the nation. In our special four-part series, CGTN will follow one of China’s most celebrated bronze art masters, Zhu Bingren.
View of Mount Fanjing in Tongren City, Guizhou –