Jiangsu Video

The panda Zhaoyang, while entertaining himself, won the hearts of children who planted bamboo trees at Nanjing Hongshan Forest Zoo on the mornings of Mar. 11 and 12.[Detail]
February and March are the months when these eye-catching purple flowers come into bloom at Nanjing University of Science and Technology. [Detail]
A TV documentary started its China leg of filming in October, 2015, when Scottish weaver Sam Goates arrived in Nanjing to work with the Nanjing Brocade Research Institute on the production of a special brocade material that blended two very different weaving cultures into one piece of fabric.[Detail]
A joyous performance called Joyful Childhood & Wonderful World took place in Nanjing Poly Theater . Of more than 40 nationalities , over 600 little performers who live or study in Nanjing at present participate in this merry party and had great fun .[Detail]
The third Nanjing Intangible Folk Culture Festival was held to greet the traditional Laba Festival in Xinanli Historic Block of Nanjing on the morning of Jan. 17. A series activities were held to light up the festival atmosphere. Laba Festival falls on the eighth day of the twelfth Chinese lunar month. [Detail]
People write postcards at Librairie Avant-Garde[Detail]
Sugar figurine craftsmanship[Detail]
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Little lemons dance before city walks[Detail]
The Chinese delegation arrived in the host city Wednesday afternoon. And members of the team were given a nice from the organizers.[Detail]
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This is a popular MV that recently produced by a Nanjing expat firm to present Nanjing to the world and to promote 2014 YOG.[Detail]
A trip of visiting the most beautiful village in Jiangsu-Xinzhi Village is part of the activity called "Foreigner’s View of Jiangsu- Yangzhong Trip", which helps foreigners experience Yangzhong's newly constructed buildings and countryside scenery.[Detail]
An activity of "Foreigner’s View of Jiangsu" was held in Yangzhong county of Zhenjiang city, Jiangsu province on April 17, 2014. Around 20 foreigners living in Nanjing took part in the event and had much fun in it.[Detail]
"Adorable" may be the last word you might think of using to describe a cultural relic. But at the Nanjing Museum in East China’s Jiangsu Province, it is the perfect adjective.[Detail]
Huai’an has long been under the spell of the Monkey King. The historic city is the birthplace of Wu Cheng’en, the author of the classic Chinese novel "Journey to the West", which is considered one of the "four great classical novels of Chinese literature". [Detail]