Renowned for the vibrant coastal city of Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province boasts unique tourist attractions. If you're looking for somewhere peaceful and quiet with fewer crowds, then Zhuquan Village might be the best choice.
Today (Feb. 24) marks the Lantern Festival, which falls on the fifteenth day of the Chinese New Year. Three lantern carnivals are being held until Sunday - just in case you still don't have any plans for the weekend yet.
Many people associate the central Chinese province of Hunan with the birthplace of Mao Zedong, the principal architect of the People's Republic of China, while others may think of the well-known tourist attractions of Zhangjiajie or Fenghuang Ancient Town.
Chinese New Year is one of Hong Kong's biggest celebrations. Whether you're spending the holiday at home with family and other loved ones or celebrating the festival's traditions around the city, there are numerous Chinese New Year customs and etiquette that you should familiarise yourself with for a new, prosperous year ahead.
A province in eastern China has been known for centuries as a bountiful "land of fish and rice". Jiangsu, a province of elegance with folk arts, water villages, traditional Chinese gardens, and other cultural assets, is located next to the well-known city of Shanghai.
The government is committed to fostering the cultural development of Hong Kong and developing the city into an East-meets-West centre for international cultural exchange. The Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) will join hands with the international art collective teamLab, Hong Kong artists, the First Initiative Foundation (FIF), K11 Group and Sino Group to again present a large-scale outdoor art project, the second "Art@Harbour 2024", on both sides of Victoria Harbour from March 25 to June 2.
In Pingnan county, which is part of the city of Ningde, east China's Fujian Province, rural tourism has flourished. The development of picturesque rural areas in recent times has incentivized local economic growth, as a growing number of travelers are eager to experience this wonderful journey.
The 31st Green Power Hike 2024 kicked off today (Jan. 13). The event gives people a chance to hike and soak up Hong Kong's beautiful natural scenery while adopting the 'Leave-No-Trace' concept by taking their own rubbish away, recycling the rubbish, and reducing resource use.
The Hong Kong Film Archive of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department will present its "Archival Gems" series from February to May with the theme of "Time After Time III - Finding Precious Pearl". Four classics starring Connie Chan, the "movie fan princess", will be screened to show her versatile images at different stages of her career.