Culture in Jiangsu

On February 19, the traditional Lantern Festival, nearly 400,000 visitors joined the 33rd China Qinhuai Lantern Festival in the illuminated Confucius Temple scenic spot in Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province. [Detail]
Folk artists join the performance of waist drum dance, lion dance, and other kinds of dances at the Crayfish Festival Square in Huai'an City, Jiangsu Province, February 19, 2019, which is China’s Lantern Festival.[Detail]
Photo taken on February 19, 2019, which is the traditional Lantern Festival, shows passengers participating riddle games at the bus station in Rugao City, Nantong. The games involved topics of safety, clean governance and integrity, which proved to be fun and interesting to passengers. Finding answers to riddles is one of the traditional celebrations of the Lantern Festival, on the 15th day in the first lunar month. [Detail]
Suzhou and Nanjing, two cities in Jiangsu Province, will jointly offer the 4K UHD live broadcast of Lantern Festival celebrations through 5G network, first of its kind in China. [Detail]
Perceiving China Jiangsu Culture Week will be held in Cambodia and Thailand from February 17 to 24.[Detail]
Chinese-Canadian Yu Chengzhang donated archives of Henry Grattan Nolan, a prosecutor from Canada in the International Military Tribunal for the Far East (IMTFE), to the Memorial Hall of the Victims in Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders on February 15.[Detail]
As the Lantern Festival is approaching, various lanterns put up in the ancient Rugao City have attracted many citizens. Liu Baoqing, a sanitation worker, has been making lanterns for 43 years after he learned the craft himself.[Detail]
The Suzhou Symphony Orchestra made its debut at the United Nations Headquarters in New York on the evening of February 8, local time, presenting a Chinese New Year concert blended with the Chinese and Western cultures.[Detail]
The West Branch of Suzhou Museum, expected to open by the end of 2020, will become China’s first museum school with an emphasis on educational function, according to the museum curator Chen Ruijin.[Detail]
Nearly 1,000 Qinhuai lanterns, provided by the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the People's Government of Jiangsu Province and the Jiangsu Overseas Exchange Association, were transported by air to Paris, during the Spring Festival holiday.[Detail]
The Suzhou Chinese Orchestra returned to Suzhou on February 11 after a 25-day European tour.[Detail]
A giant pair of Spring Festival couplets were unveiled on the gate of Chunqiu Yancheng tourist area in Changzhou, Feb. 2.[Detail]
For Nanjing people, the Lunar New Year celebration is incomplete without going to the Confucius Temple and appreciating the lanterns.[Detail]
At the Former Residence of Ganxi fully decorated with red lanterns, Ahmed focused on listening to the old folk tune Baiju. [Detail]
Many Chinese people like watching a grand show on the first day of the Lunar New Year and believe it can bring good fortune. [Detail]