An exhibition about the life of Albert Einstein opened in Shanghai on Aug. 2, showcasing many original manuscripts and items that the late theoretical physicist left.
An exhibition of relics from Xinjiang at the National Museum of China offers an insight into the Tang Dynasty's far-reaching influence over the western regions.
The exhibition, which kicked off here on Saturday, offers visitors a 360-degree view of over 200 works of Vincent van Gogh.
Beijing is changing itself into not only a political and cultural center but also the country's hub of international exchanges and scientific innovations.
The Palace Museum and Cartier team up to host one of the cultural institution's largest shows on the theme of craftsmanship and restoration over the centuries.
A jewelry design exhibition to open at the National Museum of China on May 30, will show 123 ornamental pieces by French jewelry designer Jean Schlumberger.
Gateway to the Silk Road is an exhibition of artifacts that offers visitors a glimpse into the variety ethnic cultures and of archaeological discoveries made in Gansu province, in Northwest China.
The displayed work portrays the modern spirit of Chinese culture, the artistry of different parts of Asia and the shared cultural origins of Asian countries.
Emperor Qianlong's passion for calligraphy and painting is the subject of an ongoing exhibition at the Palace Museum.
The exhibition, "The Journey Back Home," showcases 796 pieces of repatriated Chinese artifacts from different dynasties. This was the largest return of lost Chinese cultural relics in nearly 20 years, according to Minister of Culture and Tourism Luo Shugang.