At first, villagers thought Craig Anderson was strange. He had long hair, a foreign face, and collected garbage as his hobby. Over time, they became friends;
When growing up, like many boys, Stephen Perry, Chairman of Britain's 48 Group Club, had a father with a momentous impact on him.The core challenge that China faces is "the changing world order" particularly with a wave of rising protectionism unleashed by the United States, said Stephen. The U.S.
“The bridge makes the roads connected, then the connected roads become a bridge between people,” said 26-year-old Mok Chi Kuan, who is from Macao and is now living and working in Hong Kong with his wife.
Yu Daqin, hailing from a family in a village of Guizhou province, wore clothing made by her mother when she was young, but this meant the occasional shortage of new clothes. Now, with a clothing business earning her more than five million yuan ($721,390) each year, she has solved her wardrobe problems — and many others'.
Know thyself and you will know the universe, said the ancient Greeks. One way to do that now is DNA analysis.
The lives of members of the Lhopa ethnic group in the Tibet autonomous region have improved markedly in recent decades, thanks to the reform and opening-up policy that was launched 40 years ago.
An afforestation project to prevent the desert from expanding and to reduce the impacts of sand and dust storms on nearby residents was launched in Kekeya in 1986 and completed in 2015.
A documentary series soon to be aired on CCTV tells stories of China's legendary green trains.
The latest report released by Shanghai Civil Affairs Bureau said that the eldest person in the municipality was 111 years old, and the centenarian population increased to nearly 2,300 as of Sept.
Tony Tovar, a teacher from the US, has spent the past 18 years living in Pudong New Area, giving him a front-row seat to the area's transformation from farmland to financial hub.
Imagine breaking your back working on a farm from dusk to dawn but still struggling to put food on the table. Imagine living in such abject poverty that in non-harvest season the only way to feed your family is to beg for food and money.
At the height of harvest season in eastern China's Anhui Province, the rice fields around tiny villages transform into deep gold. Xiaogang is no ordinary village though, this place represents a turning point in China's modern history.
In the village, the birthplace of China's rural reforms in 1978, Huang said he is always bullish on the promising agricultural sector, and it has kept changing in past decades to adapt to new realities.
Lantian County in northwest China's Shaanxi Province has recently launched a project to help rebuild and upgrade household toilets in rural areas.The poor sanitary conditions of toilets in the region have since been greatly improved thanks to the program, as an extention of a nationwide "toilet revolution" since 2015.
Over the years, Barbie has taken on many roles: Beach beauty, scientist, even president of the United States. And now, she will work to help young girls close the so-called "Dream Gap".
Standing behind a white curtain amid the dramatic sound of drums, Ding Yongfa tells the story of a corrupt official brought to justice in a special performance by silhouette figures.
The China International Import Expo, which will be held in Shanghai from November 5 to 10, is set to be a landmark global event highlighting China's support for trade liberalization and economic globalization, with the country's market open to the world.
Shenzhen is known for its transformation from a tiny fishing village into a developed metropolis since China's reform and opening up in the late 1970s. For years, it has also been one of the most appealing mega-cities for Chinese.
Guns, death, poverty and long patrols across swamps and deserts under a baking sun thousands of kilometers from home is a hard life for any young woman.
He Xingyun, 85, said she knows how hard it was for senior citizens to live a decent life decades ago.
"A Sunday without brunch is incomplete," said Jarrod Verbiak, head chef of Bistrot B, a French restaurant in a high-end hotel in Beijing.
For each baby born through in-vitro fertilization, several extra embryos are frozen for back-up or future use. The number of such leftover embryos is on the rise, and hospitals across China find themselves in a dilemma of how to deal with them.
Like most parents, Huang Jiang's happiest moment is when he stays with his daughter. One and a half years ago, the 34-year-old man from Beijing took in-vitro fertilization, or IVF treatment in Thailand.
Four years ago, Chen Jen-hsiang decided to quit his job as a game programmer and do things that have a positive impact on society -- something "more real."
"Good evening, everyone. It's a great pleasure for me to join you here to enjoy this traditional Chinese cultural feast," Charlie Hoffs, a Stanford University freshman, said in fluent Chinese when speaking at a Confucius Institute Day celebration here this weekend.
The People's Republic of China (PRC) was founded on October 1, 1949, and on September 21 of the same year, China's new government passed the "Resolution on the National Day of the People's Republic of China," designating October 1 as China's National Day.
Waving their hands, screaming the lyrics, and hollering their idols' names. More and more Chinese youth are choosing to spend their holidays in such a passionate and even wild way – going to outdoor music concerts, which are all the rage across China.
This year's World Tourism Day was themed "Tourism and the Digital Transformation" and focused on the importance of innovation and technology for preparing tourism sector for the future.
Reading books gains popularity again, as many cities across China have welcomed readathon.
Exactly 10 years ago, Chinese astronaut Zhai Zhigang emerged from the airlock, in space, of Shenzhou-7 spacecraft and became the first Chinese to conduct a spacewalk.