Inspiration is captured in Chinese-Style designs. Mo Yunshang is a Chinese couture, who found his talent and abilities in fashion. Through fashion design, he encountered a way of not only exploiting his creativity but also developing new skills and expertise. Mo Yunshang decided to center his work in Chinese-Style designs looking for opportunities distant from western proposals and seeking to offer his customers innovative perspectives.

Josh Durum is the main character of this amazing story. He is an entrepreneur of a small and local shop in Beijing, which is dedicated to making beautiful and exceptional letterpress printing. We could say that he went back in time, using traditional techniques and unique machines.

Remarkable fashion Blogger in China! Chiara is an impressive fashion blogger, who created a wonderful global blog focused in China. Her blog’s objective is to share stories, new impressions, and reflexions, mainly about traveling, fashion, design, and food, among others.

Thangka is a beautiful kind of painting art, more precisely, a religious painting. Thangka originated during the reign of Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo and it prospered during the 18th and 19th centuries. In Tibetan, the word Thang means to display and the word ka means silk. A Thangka is a painting drawn on cotton or silk appliqué with vivid ethnic features and intense religious colors. It usually represents and illustrates the history, politics, culture and social life of the Tibetan people.

Discover with BON Cloud the Art of wood carving! Luo Huihuang is an impressive artist; considered an expert on wood carving, his extensive career started when he began to make different kinds of figures reflecting Chinese history. After some time, he found his inspiration and creativeness in Buddhist wood carving figures, an amazing art full of details and not easy to make.  

The Lingshan Grand Buddha(灵山大佛) is located on the Lingshan mountain in the city of Wuxi, Jiangsu Province. With more than 88 meters high, it is considered one of the largest Buddha statues, not only in China but in the world. In 1997, this overwhelming and extraordinary statue was finished. Nowadays, Chinese people usually come to see Lingshan Grand Buddha in order to pray and wish good luck for their lives.

Are you wondering how to get to the breathtaking Mount Jiuhua? Mark Masterton is the host of this interesting story. He will take us to this wonderful and very popular place for all Chinese and foreign people. Mount Jiuhua (九华山), which means Nine Glorious Mountains, is one of the four sacred mountains of Chinese Buddhism in the country. It is located in Qingyang County in Anhui province.