Hangzhou


Influence of masters not lost in woodcut art

Woodblock printing originated in China some 1,200 years ago....

Wu Huixin | July 22, 2021, Thursday


Park library opens at famous Tang Dynasty temple

Hupao Park is located on the slope of Daci Hill in the southwest part of Hangzhou....

Starry Wu | July 19, 2021, Monday


City lures the young into the tea production

As a traditional industry in Hangzhou, the plantation and processing work needed for production of Longjing tea lacks the participation of young people....

Wu Huixin | July 19, 2021, Monday


1950s China features in nianhua art display

The colorful, woodcut-printed Chinese New Year paintings, known as nianhua, were particularly popular among residents in the past....

Wu Huixin | July 15, 2021, Thursday


Exhibition shows West Lake’s old Buddhist history

The southern side of West Lake remains a quaint paradise of residents who live a relaxed life among temples and a naturally tranquil environment....

Starry Wu | July 15, 2021, Thursday


Hangzhou’s most popular ‘red’ tourism sites

Hangzhou’s “red” tourism boom continues to heat up, and “red” tourist attractions have become popular recently on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China....

Wu Huixin | July 12, 2021, Monday


China’s first animation museum is unveiled

Manga buffs have a new destination during the summer vacation as the China Cartoon and Animation Museum, the country’s first museum in this industry, opened recently in Hangzhou....

Wu Huixin and Yipaer Amat | July 8, 2021, Thursday


The Silk Road also brought plants and animals

The ancient Silk Road was an important route for the transport of Chinese silk, tea and porcelain to other countries about 2,000 years ago....

Wu Huixin | July 5, 2021, Monday


One man’s quest to safeguard ancient trees in Hangzhou area

Centuries-old trees are considered living proof of a city, since they have witnessed historical and social changes....

Wu Huixin | June 24, 2021, Thursday


Play delves into origin of CPC to mark its centennial

The China Academy of Art created the play “Once Upon A Time in Fudeli” set against the backdrop of Shanghai’s Fudeli neighborhood, where the Second National Congress of the Communist Party of China was...

Starry Wu | June 21, 2021, Monday




 

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