Having seen few fellow Chinese musicians enter for awards or voting, two-time Grammy voting member Chen Zhen feels a strong sense of mission -- to bring Chinese music to the world stage.
A cherubic child holding a big fish, a giant tree bearing golden coins as fruit, or delicate woodblock paintings are all often hung at homes during the Chinese Lunar New Year.
Wearing a hat and a face mask, Wu Lingmei wraps herself deeper inside her thick coat as she exits a cancer hospital before slipping into a nearby salon.
Canines and their human handlers help keep the nation's patrimony safe.
Today would have been the 65th birthday of Teresa Teng, or Deng Lijun in mandarin Chinese. Google celebrated the occasion, honoring the Chinese queen of songs, known for her folk and romantic ballads, with a doodle that comes up on the search engine's homepage.
As a historic town, the Liangzhu archeological site became famous for its Neolithic jade culture in the Yangtze river delta.
Alain Ducasse, who recently announced that he will open two new restaurants and a bar at an upcoming hotel in Asia, reveals some of the things guests can expect.
While international admission by U.S. universities and colleges shows signs of flattening in the past two years, Fan Yilan, the sophomore at the University of Texas (UT) at Austin, still feels a strong growth of Chinese enrollment against the general trend.
Yan'an, a small town in northern Shaanxi province viewed as the sacred cradle of the Chinese revolution, has earned a new identity in recent years－a place with a "can do" attitude where optimism, diligence and human ingenuity are found throughout its mountains and plateaus.
China's "post-90s generation" has taken the political stage as twentysomethings make their debut at provincial-level legislative meetings across the country this week.