Tiger-head shoes, wood-carving, bamboo weaving and other items in Kunshan showcase the exquisite beauty of Chinese traditional handicrafts.
At this exciting moment of entering a new year, why not celebrate it with your dear friends or families in the ancient Qiandeng town: striking a bell to pray for blessings, listening to Kunqu Opera, admiring natural beauty and having a mutton feast.
A bridegroom was waiting for his bride to a wedding. The wedding was held in water town Zhouzhuang.
Da Lian Xiang is a traditional Chinese dance, also called the Coin Stick Dance.
Tiaohualan is a form of dancing performed by the women in Zhouzhuang to celebrate the harvest, pray for safety, and express goodwill and happiness.
Dragon dance is a kind of folk dance particularly performed during the Spring Festival, Chinese lunar New Year.
Kunqu artist Zhang Jun racked up a new career achievement during his performance at the Modern Drama Valley festival at the Mercedes-Benz Arena on May 18, performing in a venue that is several times larger than what he is used to.
39 American travel professionals were given a two-day tour of the 2,500-year-old city from Sept 13 to 14, including visits to famous sights like Tiger Hill and Shantang Street, as well as chances to experience traditional Chinese art.