Volunteer Irivuzimana Felicien, a Rwandan graduate student at Beijing Jiaotong University, greets a visitor at Yuanmingyuan Park, or the Old Summer Palace, on Monday.He has been working from 8:40 am to 3:30 pm at the park's south gate for almost a month.
From an underdeveloped industry to a world-leading public service, the industry is developing fast and laying solid foundation for China's economic growth.
Jordan Van Voast, an American living in Seattle, shelled the dried bean pods harvested from his garden and placed the seeds one by one into a bowl, counting in Chinese, "yi er san," meaning "1, 2, 3." A 3-year-old boy repeated after him.
With his wife on his back, Wang Xiaomin spent more than 12 hours visiting Huangshan Mountain, in eastern China's Anhui province, on July 22.
When Zhang Wei was 7 years old, he was told he would not live past 18.
Yu Haiming never expected to be well-known, but that changed when he became involved in a case of assault that has dominated headlines in the past week.
“Mirror mirror on the wall, who is the most beautiful in the world?" When old tales tell a seemingly unbelievable story of a mysterious mirror, modern technology secretly turns the magic into reality.
China will soon roll out a new scheme to curb the rise in nearsightedness - or myopia - among children and teenagers for the sake of their health and the nation's future.
Diqing, in the northwest of Yunnan, is home to over 200 examples of intangible cultural heritage, with eight under State-level protection. However, the prefecture's residents worry about the best way to pass down this heritage and use it to boost rural tourism.
As the central government has acted to control housing prices in previous years, real estate agencies have shifted their focus from the selling to leasing business, which appears to be more profitable.
A report published by MyCOS, an education consulting and research institute in Beijing, in July last year said one in three college graduates in the country quit their first jobs within six months in 2016.
Many parents of recent graduates support their search for the ideal job, saying there is now more scope for trial and error and that allows young people to pursue their dreams.
"301 is a bed tax," "301 is a toothbrush tax," "301 is a food tax," "301 is a tax on your winter wardrobe..." said Hun Quach, the vice president for international trade at the Retail Industry Leaders Association.
The free medical service offered recently by Chinese naval hospital ship Ark Peace has won praise from Tongans, who have described Ark Peace as the ship of peace, life and friendship.
Wearing a blindfold, Liu Yang felt his way around a motor engine, searching for the heads of screws.
Twilight Sparkle, Peppa Pig and the Smurfs are famed illustrations that can be found at the 25th Beijing International Book Fair (BIBF), which has placed children's books in a central position.
As the country seeks to integrate artificial intelligence into everyday life, parents are becoming convinced that traditional extracurricular courses won't give their children a competitive edge in the future job market.
Holding a small brush, Lam Hoi Ting, an architecture student from Hong Kong, carefully sweeps off dust to restore an ancient colored painting in a pavillon at the Forbidden City (Palace Museum).
When 28-year-old Kenny Puturi from Namibia completed his secondary education some years back, odd jobs were a distinct feature in his life.
Fang Meng, a 32-year-old mother who took her son on a trip to Dehua county, East China's Fujian province, was dazzled by the sea of cartoon figures in Shunmei Group's display center.
Mother-of-eight Ahmantai Erjanhan has been making black soap, a natural product made from plants and animal oil, for almost 50 years, but it was only in June - at age 70 - she decided to use her traditional skills to start a business.
Workers traveling in shuttle buses all arrive at the Husab Uranium Mine at daybreak in the desert of Namibia. Among them, Kerry B. Puuahee, a female heavy-duty truck driver, is in her third year working at the Chinese-operated uranium mine, and she’s proving that this tough line of work isn’t just for men.
Guo Baojun, a 58-year-old farmer at Daguolou village of Heze, Shandong province, never thought the smartphone which once blamed for consuming too much time of young people will become his assistant.
A young film student follows in the footsteps of her intrepid late father to shoot her first documentary about a trip to a glacier in far-flung Tibet, Xu Fan reports.
"Do you remember how exciting it was to get your first bicycle?" Bob Margevicius, who's on the board of directors of the U.S. Bicycle Product Suppliers Association (BPSA), told a hearing at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) here on Monday.
Huang Guigui held two brushes - one with pigment and the other with water - in her right hand as she painted a peony flower in the Chinese realist style known as gongbi.
Imagine a sculpture of a playful, yellow monkey wagging its tail while holding a pink peach in its hands. It smiles from ear to ear, while its eyes vividly staring into the distance. Now imagine the monkey on the tip of a sharpened pencil.
The campaign was launched in 2013 by the China Disabled Persons' Federation with the aim of eradicating domestic barriers and allowing disabled people to live dignified, relatively independent lives.
August 19, 2018 marks the 179th World Photography Day. Photography immediately became popular in Europe since it was first devised in 1839 by Mande Daguerre, a French artist.
The death of former UN secretary-general Kofi Annan, perceived by many Chinese as a China-friendly world leader, was lamented by internet users and experts on Sunday.