As China's cultural center, the capital Beijing is building itself as a "city of museums" with its catalog of 187 registered museums adopting various technologies to show exhibitions.
Facing major revenue loss and an almost broken funding chain caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, a program to support physical bookstores in Beijing was launched by the local government.
Cultural industrial parks in Beijing Municipality have cut rent of 130 million yuan (about $18 million) for local cultural enterprises, a move to mitigate the impact of the novel coronavirus outbreak.
A total of 72 brick-and-mortar bookstores in Beijing have settled in Meituan Dianping, China's online food delivery platform, and launched "takeout" service to attract more customers and mitigate the effect of the novel coronavirus outbreak.
The Beijing Design Week 2019 is showcasing China's top creativity and innovation across a vast palette of art, industry, history and culture as it runs from Sept 5 to Oct 7.
The 751 International Design Festival kicked off Sept 10 at the 751D·PARK in Beijing.