It’s easy to forget that Dai Guohong is a lower-limb amputee.
Taking the subway, eating breakfast in restaurants, walking through community parks or passing by school gates during rush hour, silver-haired elderly holding hands with toddlers or elementary students can be seen everywhere in Chinese cities.
The devastating earthquake caused a seismic shift in the lives of millions of residents of Sichuan Province. Dara Wang in Hong Kong discovers how the tremors are still reverberating through the life of one young adult.
Zhang Fan, 29, has a 1arge following for sharing his sleeping issues on mobile phone app Snail Sleep.
Having finished a six-month stay in Sanya of Hainan, China's southernmost island province, Zhang Guizhen, 69, and her husband Yang Yuhua, went back home to Harbin, the country's northernmost provincial capital, where the spring arrives in late April.
The 2008 Wenchuan earthquake, one of the deadliest natural disasters in China's history, marked a watershed in the country's approach to emergency relief.
April through May, Yu Xiaolu and Wang Dong have completed their annual tour across America to selective boarding high schools for updated information to help Chinese teenagers apply to study in this country.
The beautiful coastal city of Qingdao in Shandong Province is expected to add another title to its name card, to become a rising global film hub as it is going to hold the first film festival named after the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).
Rescue dog Bingjie, now 11 years old, is known as a hero who helped save 13 lives from the rubble of a fatal earthquake that hit Wenchuan county of Sichuan Province 10 years ago.
Jiang Yuhang regards the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake as his rebirth and something to treasure in his life.