'Crossing the Tongji Bridge' in painting
Luo Jiansheng, a Chinese Canadian painter from Leliu town, Foshan, has been living abroad for the last few decades, but he always thinks of his hometown when the Lantern Festival arrives.
Sculptor's labor of love depicts love for labor
Huang Jianyi said he never expected that the sculpture he created several months ago would get as much attention from the public.
Tang Disheng (Tang Ti-sheng)
Tang Disheng, born Tang Kangnian (Tang Kang-nien), was a renowned Cantonese opera playwright, scriptwriter, and film director. He was born on June 18, 1917 in Heilongjiang and his ancestral home is in today's Tangjiawan Town of Zhuhai's Xiangzhou District.
Master embroiderer gives traditional craft a new lease on life
At the top of a three-story studio on Paifang Street, 10 women focus on their embroidery work, their fingers deftly moving in silence.
Master craftsman to restore long-standing traditions
At a woodcarving studio founded by Jin Zisong in Chaozhou, Guangdong province, several craftsmen were busy working.
Yung Wing (Rong Hong)
Zhuhai's native son, Yung Wing, honored widely as the "forefather of overseas Chinese students," was the first student from China to graduate from an American university
Gu Yuan (1919-1996)
With footprints on the land across the nation, Gu Yuan incorporated diversified folk customs and adopted paper-cutting skills to his woodprints.
Qin Mu (1919-1992)
Qin Mu, also called Lin Paike and Lin Juefu, was a famous Chinese educator and writer particularly known for his essays, novels, plays, poems and criticism.