Today, Playa Giron is just another tranquil beach in northwest Cuba, but over fifty years ago, it was the scene of bloody battles that turned April into an important month in Cuban history.
Drone piloting has become a new source of income for 41-year-old Xin Jianying, a villager in east China's Jiangxi Province, who has only a primary school education.
How would the world survive if suddenly oil and gas supplies ran out? It’s a problem Cubans know all too well, having suffered such a fate following the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
To explore an alternative to modern urban life, a couple from Qingdao in East China's Shandong province gave up their well-paid jobs to set up a self-sustaining rural community.
Pyongyang, capital of Democratic People's Republic of Korea, looks festive with spring flowers in full bloom and cultural performances by artists from home and abroad.
When the last resident of the last Chinese shrimping village in the San Francisco Bay Area died two years ago, activists were afraid a precious and too little known history of Chinese immigrants would fade away.
With injury casting a shadow over her career, Fu Yuanhui was not her usual chirpy self at the start of the national championships in Taiyuan.
When most of his friends are working in the fields, 53-year-old Jiang Licun is living a life of fame on the internet.
Chen Jie has gone all-in with the battle against fraudsters who prey on the elderly by selling dubious health supplements with exaggerated claims of medical benefits.
The annual Beijing International Film Festival (BJIFF) kicks off on Sunday. With its influence expanding every year, more and more fans and outstanding filmmakers now take the opportunity to gather in Beijing.