The superstar Bing Dwen Dwen, the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics mascot, has gained plenty of love from people worldwide. A folk artist in Xifeng district of Qingyang, Northwest China's Gansu province resorts to the craft of paper-cutting to create this beloved mascot.
The Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games opening ceremony on Friday deepened Chinese netizens' fascination about the similarities between modern winter sports and depictions of flying apsaras on frescoes at the Mogao Grottoes, Gansu province.
Rose-shaped stadium, one of the main venues of Lanzhou Olympic Sports Center in Lanzhou, Gansu province is undergoing light tests, presenting a brilliant night view in perfect harmony with the surrounding venues and landscapes!
The concurrent organization of the Silk Road (Dunhuang) International Cultural Expo and Dunhuang Tour - Silk Road International Tourism Festival has brought numerous benefits to Northwest China's Gansu Province over the past three years.
The 35-year-old Zhang Hanliang and her team have produced many traditional Chinese martial arts videos exercising with swords, spears, cudgels and practising Tai chi in the past years, attracting 16 million views on the Chinese online platform Bilibili.
A green horse head mask with a funny facial expression was a hit on Sina Weibo recently.