A sold-out concert performed in Chicago Saturday by China National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA) Orchestra caught the attention of the whole audience by showcasing a unique combination of Western and Chinese music.
He has designed an electric care bed, specially designed for elders who have lost the ability to look after themselves. It can help a patient to urinate, wash and have meals, a relief for both patient and carer.
The big cities of Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou lure millions of young Chinese with abundant jobs and seemingly endless opportunities.
It is 8 p.m. Ouyang Pengjie opens his account on Bilibili, a popular Chinese live streaming service where viewers can interact with hosts, and begins to draw. Soon he has over 14,000 people watching him work.
If Diarra Boubacar did not have very good reflexes and a pair of sturdy legs, he might never have been able to distinguish himself as a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in China.
From his hometown in the Huadu district of Guangzhou, Guangdong province, Mai Qijia told his story of leaving for Panama at the age of 32, looking for better business opportunities.
Despite a biting breeze, runners at north Beijing's Olympic Forest Park were soaked with sweat and beaming with vigor as they jostled for position on a recent Saturday afternoon.
October's recent national holiday proved a good week for Dibu, a Nepalese merchant in Burang, a Tibetan county sharing 400 km of border with Nepal and India.
Gabriela Fonseca, a journalist with the Mexico Daily, knew little about the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region (Jing-Jin-Ji) before her visit to an agricultural logistics park 100 km northwest of Beijing.
Canadian artist Terrance Lazaroff has visited Jingdezhen six times. Though the small city in eastern China's Jiangxi Province may be unfamiliar to most westerners, it is a mecca for Lazaroff, 74.