In Binyang, the Firecracker Dragon Festival is a traditional carnival that celebrates the Chinese Lunar New Year. This festival, which has been observed for over ten centuries, features a unique firecracker dragon dance performed by local residents using a bamboo dragon.
On Feb 2, the 23rd day of the 12th lunar month, residents of Liujia town in the Jinchengjiang district of Hechi celebrated the Kitchen God Festival, or Little New Year (Chinese: Xiaonian), usually a week before the lunar New Year.
As a child, Zhou Liwei, a member of the Yao ethnic group, would wake up early in the morning, not to the alarm clock ringing or his parents' calls.
A China-Cambodia "Beauty of Intangible Heritage" exhibition kicked off in Phnom Penh, the Cambodian capital on Sunday, captivating hundreds of visitors.
With its enchanting allure and captivating attractions, Harbin, the picturesque ice city of Heilongjiang province in Northeast China, has become a social media sensation, leaving netizens mesmerized by its myriad splendors.
On the steep cliffs of the border regions of South China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, the Luoyue people, ancestors of the Zhuang ethnic group, left their primitive painting works on the rock thousands of years ago.
The prayer ceremony for this year's Panwang Festival was held on Nov 25 in Jinxiu Yao autonomous county in Guangxi's Laibin, China's earliest established Yao autonomous county.