The Quzhou Museum recently displayed more than 100 cultural relics collected over the past two years.
Mount Tiantai is one of the earliest tea growers in China's Jiangnan regions and the birthplace of the Chinese tea ceremony.
The city wall, trenches and other preliminary structures of Shijiaoshan ancient city in Yunxi township, Qujiang district, Quzhou, Zhejiang province, have been identified after more than a month of archaeological excavation.
Quzhou leaf painting was included on the intangible cultural heritage list of Quzhou in 2010.
A city wall brick from the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279) is the oldest city wall brick with a chronological inscription ever found in Quzhou.
The opening ceremony for the Quzhou Song Dynasty Cultural Relics Exhibition was held on July 27 at the Quzhou Museum in Quzhou, East China's Zhejiang province.
Southern temple builds on the past to link tourism with the philosophical heritage of Confucius, thus securing it for future generations, Yang Feiyue reports.
The straw-made dragon dance performed during the Mid-Autumn Festival is a traditional custom in Kaihua county, Quzhou, East China's Zhejiang province to pray for the peace and safety of local villagers.