Er Quan Ying Yue (Erhu classic)

Pu An Zhou (Guqin music)

Han Ya Xi Shui (Guzheng music)

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Kunqu Opera

As one of the oldest operas still existing in China, Kunqu Opera is known for being very exquisite. The opera, which is said to be the mother of all Chinese operas, is now gaining more popularity among the young people, especially after 2001, when UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization) proclaimed Kunqu Opera as a masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of humanity.

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Xu Beihong's Original Double Horses Painting
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Zheng Banqiao's Original Painting and Calligraphy  
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Fu Baoshi's Original Painting  
Jade has always been a very important part of the people in the Far East. Here you can get some quick facts and things you need to know about Chinese jade culture.
Looking at the Chinese farmer's paintings at the first sight, impressionism may be the first thing to come to your mind, yet they are not done by a Chinese Monet but Chinese peasants.
The Cultural Revolution, Mao, and other posters here were all printed more than 30 years old, serving as testimonies about what had happened before we forget.

Get a break from the pop music you hear everyday. Try something new – yet old – the traditional Chinese instrumental music.

Ancient Chinese people have left a wealth of music instruments and classic tunes, but hardly any of them goes well with today’s pop culture. Erhu, Guzheng, Guqin, Xun, and other traditional Chinese music instruments can provide you an alternative for music. The great works that have been playing for hundreds or thousands of years may also echo in you.


With a piece of paper and a pair of scissors, what could you do?

"Well, just cut them," you may say.

Folk artists in China like to do that, too, and they cut them right, enhancing the birth of a folk art form. Paper-cuts typically demonstrate the preferred aesthetics of shape and the artistic concepts behind Chinese folk handicrafts. An understanding and scrutiny of paper-cuts is a good beginning to getting to know and appreciate the complexity of Chinese folk arts.


Being a successful military man who has gone through numerous wars in his life, Qin Shihuang, the first emperor who united China more than 2,000 years ago, decided to take his troops to the underground when the god of death took its toll.


The terra-cotta warriors and horses have always been a magnet for culture and art aficionados from all around the world ever since its excavation in 1974. What on earth have made the pottery warriors so charming and attractive?


The underground army never ceases to stir up imagination and curiosity, and there are a number of unsolved mysteries or problems lingering around the terra cotta warriors and horses waiting for you to explore!