Major producers of baijiu are looking to expand into global markets, here are some facts you need to know about the drink.
Some 15 million people are expected to clear out of Jakarta.
Unesco classifies Kristang as "severely endangered" and says only about 2,000 people speak it.
The choir was originally set up for the Rio Olympics but has kept going by the city’s government.
During Ramadan, immigrants in the Gulf state reconnect with traditions from their homeland.
Despite years in the international spotlight, remarkably little is known about Banksy.
After more than 200 years, the art of 'Pantang Iban' (Iban traditional tattoos) is slowly dying among the younger generation who have converted to Christianity.
Ukraine has hosted the world championship in medieval combat where fighters deal blows at each other with metal and wooden replica weapons.
Sharing each other’s culture more appropriate than learning about all religions, says education minister.
The women of Sejnane make and decorate their artisan pottery with natural elements from the agricultural region.
It is a good platform to help promote the Malaysian culture to people from other countries, says deputy minister
After almost four years under IS, which banned music and the arts, US-backed forces expelled the last IS fighters from Raqa in October 2017.
Reitaku University Japan’s Prof Lau Sim Yee says Japan banked on its people to transform low-value raw products into finished goods targeted at world market.
The scientists reached their finding by studying a chalk drawing of Leonardo da Vinci attributed to the 16th-century Lombard artist Giovanni Ambrogio Figino.
Members of the pan-Borneo Dayak community will meet in July to commemorate 125 years of the Tumbang Anoi peace accord.
Orthodox Christian pilgrims visit the 14 Stations of the Cross marking the traditional sites of Jesus's condemnation up to his crucifixion.
The biannual blessing takes place at one of Judaism's holiest sites during the week-long holidays of Passover and Sukkot.
Now in its third year, the European Stone Stacking Championship sees participants struggle against gravity to build the tallest stone stack possible.
Nagoro has become known as the valley of dolls after a local resident began placing scarecrows on the street to inject some life into her depopulated village.
The goal at first was to 'bring those different styles of dancing to New York so people here have an opportunity to see these – without having to travel all over the Southwest.'
They say being an Asian Tiger is also about the development of 'high culture'.
The Lourve went from a medieval fortress protecting Paris to one of the world's biggest and most-visited museums.
Hong Kong is striving to turn itself into a cultural heavyweight through a spate of new multi-million-dollar public art spaces.
Every year, thousands of devotees gather at Wat Bang Phra for the annual festival, which celebrates the traditional Sak Yant tattoos.