Woof, woof, the dog is barking at the door. The Chinese Year of Dog begins on February 16.
A Shanghai police officer has posed as a mentally ill woman's dead son for five years to protect her from the painful truth.
Over 6,000 kilometers away from his home and family, 25-year-old Li Junying waked up at 6 a.m. in southern Lebanon and prepared to search for idle mines scattered along the United Nations Blue Line.
A drizzling rain appeared to have discouraged people from going outside on Saturday, with a fewer pedestrians and vehicles spotted in downtown Washington D.C.
Hu Xianmin is in the midst of carving the scenes of a famous oil painting onto a piece of teakwood the length of a snooker cue.
To Ye Zhiyong, islands should be as verdant and lush as his home－the forested Xiamen Island in southeastern Fujian province. However, about 250 kilometers to the northeast, the scenery on Pingtan Island brought to mind a sense of desolation when he arrived in March 2012.
While hundreds of millions of people are moving around the country to reunite with their families for Spring Festival, which begins on Feb 16, Wang Mengfan, 27, is staying at her pet shop in Shanghai and preparing for the peak season during the festival.
Wang Yuanping, a peasant's daughter, was one of China's 43 million rural poor in 2016 with very limited prospects. Now, she is training to become a geriatric nurse in Beijing and expects to start work in 2019.
Cong Xinshan, 76, moved to a two-bedroom apartment in town at the end of last year. His old house in the country has been demolished and crops are to be planted on the site in the spring.
Documentary director Xu Huan did not think her cultural relics videos would become a hit among Chinese youth.