Known for their convenience, low cost and diverse culinary styles, instant noodles seem to have made a comeback in China, Securities Daily reported.
Every day, Zou Yi takes a picture of Beijing TV Station, a landmark building located in downtown Beijing. He has been keeping a record of Beijing's air quality and sharing his photos on social media accounts since January 27, 2013. He has posted 2,391 photos, as of August 15, 2019.
Inspired, he began building what today are known as the Mogao Grottoes, or the Caves of a Thousand Buddhas. Mogao Grottoes, Dunhuang City, northwest China's Gansu Province.
A total of 3,758 blue school backpacks have been lined up like gravestones at the UN headquarters to show the devastating scale of child deaths in conflict zones in 2018.
As daytime leisure opportunities are often edged out by long, intense working hours, a growing number of young Chinese are abandoning the established norm of three meals a day and making late-night bites a staple of their lives.
With the Mid-Autumn Festival just around the corner, the must-have traditional sweet mooncakes are the most talked-about topic. But it is afraid many people worry the fat contained. There are four soulutions suggestged for you.
On Aug. 30, ZAO, a mobile app that allows users to transpose their faces onto celebrities' faces in hit movies or TV series, instantly went viral in China.
China's producer price index (PPI), which measures costs for goods at the factory gate, dropped 0.8 percent year on year in August, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said Tuesday.
There was a glimmer of good news this week for women and minorities seeking to storm Hollywood's bastions of power.The combined percentage of underrepresented people of color in movies rose in 2018 from 29.3 percent the year before to a more robust 36.3 percent.
China has been by far the biggest investor in renewable energy capacity over this decade, having committed $758 billion between 2010 and the first half of 2019, according to the Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment 2019 report.
As the thriving of red tourism, millions of visitors are flocking to the birthplace of the revolution, creating business opportunities to lift villagers out of poverty.
A year after judge Li Qingjun passed away, his Henan High People's Court colleague Bu Fazhong said he could still not believe it "because he just told me he needed a small surgery at the time".
Many girls from families living in poverty are returning to schools in Ningxia, thanks to the efforts of an elderly woman, Hu Dongmei and Zhang Xiaomin report in Yinchuan.
But she stands out as one example of Liji women who now provide for their own livelihoods. "I know I'm illiterate, but I need money," she said.It had 5,533 people living in poverty around 2016, but the number plummeted to 373 in 2018, it said. For Wei, there's another advantage to living in Liji.
Cobbler Meng Guangbin said the most precious thing about his 30 square meter shoe repair shop in northeastern China is its trademarked Lei Feng name after the model soldier celebrated in China for his selflessness and modesty.
When Ah Ho, 20, became a new constable of the Hong Kong Police Force in May, he did not expect that he and his colleagues would face a whole new level of danger, complexity and pressure on the job.
In remote villages of the Golog Tibetan autonomous prefecture in Qinghai province, herders who become ill prefer to turn to traditional methods like asking a lama for divination rather than going to a doctor.
In recent years, local forestry authorities have ramped up protection of natural forests using cutting-edge technologies and experimented with increasing financial returns from them.
As Hurricane Dorian heads toward the U.S. mainland, does anyone wonder why hurricanes have names? And how are the names decided?
A Little Reunion, a hit TV drama that puts the spotlight on gaokao, came to an end on Tuesday, wrapping up heated discussions sparked on social media over the past month.
For tourists going to Washington, the historic White House is a centerpiece attraction. But the rhetoric coming out of the building is turning Chinese visitors away.
Representatives including heads of international organizations, academics and high-level enterprise officials from nearly 60 countries and regions, and more than 800 domestic and foreign enterprises are in Chongqing attending the expo.
Lin Wei never dreamed about becoming a "celebrity" at the age of 64, nor did she expect that what made her famous was a 15-second video of her street catwalk.
A slowdown in the development of the robot industry does not indicate that the sector is entering a cooling-off phase, with rapid growth still expected ahead, according to experts.
Living in Belgium, where shops and grocery stores close as early as 7 pm and restaurants shut their kitchens by 9 pm, Claudia Vernotti misses her active night life in China.
Funny-looking humanoids practice tai chi and sing Peking opera. A robotic surgical system performs a suture on a grape. A futuristic bionic bird spreads its wings and soars, as a crowd of visitors hold up their phones to take pictures.
Last year, for the first time, the number of inbound and outbound passengers at Harbin Taiping International Airport exceeded 20 million, the most of any Northeastern China airport.
Before starting an internet startup in June, Zhang Tao, the former chief of a subbranch of China Merchants Bank Co Ltd in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, had worked in the banking industry for over 10 years.
But when I returned to the iconic site in July, most of the tourists and staff members exhibited none of the anger, bitterness or sense of loss stemming from the notorious looting.
This summer has seen an explosion in the popularity of e-sports in China's international metropolis of Shanghai, which is striving to build itself into a global e-sports center.