Hainan has long impressed visitors with its enchanting tropical sea views and quality hotels at its coastal resorts. But now the allure of the island province's mountainous central areas is also unfolding.
In the Temple of Heaven Park, 85-year-old Li Baoru begins his exercise at 8 o'clock every day, in all weathers.
At the Better Clinic, Ma, who speaks both Chinese and Burmese, the official language of Myanmar, serves as an interpreter and HIV/AIDS intervention outreach worker, particularly for the clinic's dozens of patients from Myanmar.
Beijing, winter 1992. It was a cold dreary late winter day. Peering out through my office window, the city looked grey-yellowish and flat.
When police in Hubei province received reports earlier this year that a 13-year-old girl had been abducted, robbed and sexually assaulted, the prime suspect－who was known to the victim－was quickly apprehended.
Every Tuesday morning, a small boat docks at four sites along the Daning River, a tributary of the Yangtze River, and Dai Guangqun begins to scatter 500 kilograms of corn.
Four years ago, Li Youjia (pseudonym) accepted a kidney from an organ donor. A month ago, after she passed away, her family signed a form to donate all of Li's body parts that could help others.
Smart greenhouses with watering and fertilizing controlled via mobile phone are all the rage in east China's Jiangxi Province.
Some 50 km east of the capital Cairo, the construction of the Central Business District (CBD) undertaken by China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC) in Egypt's new administrative capital is carrying on under the scorching sun.
Wang Yuan is waiting for a rainbow. It is her job, and she hopes to be a rainbow forecaster that can predict the meteorological phenomenon 10 hours in advance.
Zheng Lancheng - the sole member of one family to survive a tour boat sinking in waters off Thailand on Thursday - sits in a chair with a bag in his hand. Inside are clothes for his dead wife, daughter, son-in-law and 18-month-old granddaughter, whose bodies are in a morgue.
For Chinese students, such experience-based summer camps are a welcome break from their heavy academic burden and exam results-driven classes at home.
Bubble, a yellow Labrador, is spending the first year of her life with a foster family in Dalian, Liaoning province, as preparation for guide dog training.
China's ongoing "toilet revolution" is taking a technological step forward.
Despite sweltering summer heat, 56-year-old village head Lu Hong patrols the village greenway to check sanitation in China's Fujian Province, as diligently as he ran his own restaurant in New York.
Ten years after the introduction of a strict policy to limit the use of plastics, local authorities are still looking for ways to dispose of the material safely.
For Seng Voleak, a 23-year-old bank employee in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, her commute home has become easier thanks to buses donated by China.
On June 9, Huang Ching-hsiung woke at about 3 am in his hotel bed in Xiamen, Fujian province. He was too excited to sleep. At daybreak, he was one of a group of 11 members of his family that set out to visit Pujin, a village two hours from downtown Xiamen by road.
That was the essence of the punishing 180-kilometer itinerary that hardy souls put themselves through in the wilds of Hebei province on the weekend.
With attire varying from shirts and ties to vests and shorts, to dresses and school uniforms, each participant sweats over the sport for 10 minutes and enjoys the cheering from a corner at Bryant Park in midtown Manhattan, New York.
China is reshaping its agricultural industry with the use of the Internet and other digital technologies, the country's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said on Monday.
"Coffee and...egg, together?" Yes, it may sound strange but it certainly forms a must-try drink in Vietnamese capital city of Hanoi nowadays.
A forestry program has helped raise living standards on the Loess Plateau.
As the People's Republic of China nears its 69th anniversary, a law enforcement division in Shanghai is helping people better appreciate the magnitude of events leading up to and following the historical event in 1949 - as well as diversifying its role in society.
Before 2017, gastroenterologist Cheng Chunsheng had to inspect over 1,000 gastroscopy pictures to search for possible esophageal cancer symptoms, a cancer which appears in the food pipe.
Liu Mingxian, a 91-year-old village doctor in southwest China's Guizhou province, has been tending to the sick in mountains for over 60 years.
We live in an era where technology breaks new ground almost every day.
After enjoying life as a homemaker for more than three years, Grand Slam winner Li Na is back on court, hitting her signature backhand winners again.
In the past two decades, medical trains funded by Lifeline Express, a charity in Hong Kong, have helped to restore the sight of thousands of rural residents with cataracts.
After four weeks of intense training, Dag, a 3-year-old German shepherd, was still a bit clumsy when he was put to the test to locate heroin hidden in one of 12 cardboard boxes on a hot summer day at the General Administration of Customs' training center for detector dogs in Beijing.