This Chinese family spends four years and six months documenting their daily lives. Their family photos record the couple from falling in love to their wedding ceremony to having children. Photography for them is a way to capture beautiful moments and make their family full of love. Let’s take a look at these lovely family photos.
Guaiguai, a three-year-old girl from Beijing, is very talented and brave when she learns to ski. Her parents document her experience from a newbie to an old hand, and the videos go viral on the Chinese social media, Kuaishou.
Wong Ka Kui is widely considered as the most successful and influential singer from HK, China. After Wong accidentally died at 31, his songs have become a legend among many people in China. Recently, a Chinese worker becomes an Internet influencer by singing Wong's songs on construction sites. He calls himself “Worker Wong Ka Kui" because he believes that singing his songs is a way to realize his own values.
Chinese dumplings (Jiaozi) were invented during the Eastern Han era (AD 25–220)by Zhang Zhongjing, a great practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine. Chinese dumplings were originally used to treat frostbitten ears.
As the longest wall in the world, the Great Wall of China is the most ambitious defensive architecture throughout human history. This seemingly infinite barrier was built as early as the 7th Century BC, and stretches for 8,850 km along Liaodong in the east to the west of China. When Mao Zedong stood on top of the Liupan Mountains, the founder of New China said, "One who fails to reach the Great Wall is not a hero." Let’s take a look at the Great Wall of China.
Filigree inlay art originated in the Warring States Period (475-221 BC) of ancient China. Filigree inlay combines two craft skills. One is filigree, which includes such techniques as nipping, plaiting, jointing, piling, filling, and knitting. The second is inlay work, which involves mounting the stones to the final product and carving or filing the precious metals. The craftsman can use one or both skills when creating a piece. Let's take a look at filigree inlay artworks.
A Chinese painter tries to use a piece of paper to imitate Zhang Zeduan's famous painting Along the River During the Qingming Festival. However, the complexity of the original painting allows him to present only part of its essence.
Zhang Yijie is a parkour enthusiast from Beijing, China, who has been practicing parkour for 11 years. He often imitates Jackie Chan's action scenes on the Internet. He said that each parkour move has to be practiced thousands of times. Let's take a look at his video.
Willow weaving is one of the traditional Chinese handicrafts. Historically, the Chinese only used it as a household item. However, in the hands of a willow weaving inheritor, it has been transformed into modern artworks such as dragons and seismographs. Let's take a look at artworks of willow weaving.
Zhu Tiexiong is an ordinary student from Fujian Province, China, who has successfully become a special effects artist through self-learning. His visual effects are so interesting that his videos have gained a lot of popularity on the Internet. More importantly, these visual tricks can remind audiences that life isn't always as it seems to be.
Litang, formally known as Gaocheng Town, is in Sichuan Province, Southwest China, which is known as the "Hometown of Horse Racing”. Thanks to the nomadic shepherds and Tibetan people coming here to trade, Litang is a bustling little place with colorful life. Let’s take a look at this beautiful place.
Nature is the source of inspiration. Traditional Chinese paintings often portray landscapes by using branches as a common element. However, nowadays Chinese artists are trying to make sculptures out of real tree branches. Let's take a look at their works.
There are a group of artists in China who see layers of dust and dirt as perfect pigments for painting. They turn the mud on vehicles into extraordinary portraits of movie characters, animals and scenes of nature. Let’s take a look at their works of art.
As temperatures started to drop, beautiful winter scenery has emerged in Northwest China's Xinjiang. Tourism of this place used to be shut down for the winter and there were only few visitors. However, things have changed, and now there are plenty of things to see during winter. If you have never traveled to Xinjiang in the winter, then you should definitely seize the opportunity to visit.
This 76-year-old granny is from Changsha, Hunan Province of China. She loves Hanfu after being introduced to it by chance. The granny used to be a Peking Opera actress, and her passion for life wins admiration from netizens. Let’s take a look at her beauty and elegance.