The 23rd Beijing International Book Fair will run at the new China International Exhibition Center in Beijing's Shunyi district from August 24 to 28 this year.
People see a porcelain work at the porcelain exhibition of artist Wang Xiajun, in Beijing, capital of China, Aug 10, 2016.
Contemporary art is becoming popular in China on an unprecedented scale.
Standing inside artist Deng Guoyuan's installation Noah's Garden, visitors see many reflections of themselves, leaving them confused, while they smell the flowers and can touch the rocks in the garden.
The late Chinese writer Ba Jin wrote his famous novel Family in 1931.
An exhibition on Picasso and his works opened in Beijing on Sunday. The event showcases 83 pieces of Picasso's works from eight collectors from around the world as well as 84 images and video files on Picasso.
Han Meilin, the 79-year-old Chinese artist, has announced he will hold a global tour exhibition in Venice, Paris and Beijing from October 27 to March 27.
An exhibition now at the Summer Palace offers glimpses into the lives of court ladies in the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties.
For modern dance devotees, July is when the annual Beijing Dance Festival is staged in the capital.
As a child, Xia Hang liked to take apart his toys and household items, such as clocks, and reassemble them.
Beijing's largest art district, 798 Art Zone, will host its first evening community event on Saturday where 11 galleries and museums will keep their doors to the public until late night hours.
Classical music can be fun and spontaneous. That's what Igudesman & Joo, a duo comprising classical musicians Aleksey Igudesman and Richard Hyung-ki Joo, believe.
Historical dance drama Zhaojun Goes Beyond the Great Wall as a Bride was performed on stage by the China Opera and Dance-Drama Theatre in Beijing on June 9.
Restaurant Week events give China's big-city foodies a chance to explore more restaurants with a special price and menu, Xu Junqian reports.
Italian artist Angela Occhipinti conveys through her works a sense of uncertainty about the future, particularly the fate of humans. But at the same time, she also suggests a positive attitude of embracing the unknown with love, which is a recurring motif of her creations.