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.
For Rick Hawbaker, who runs a John Deer dealership in Nevada, Iowa, the current trade disagreement between the U.S. and China is like a marital spat.
Local government officials in Beijing's Xicheng district have taken on the task of solving problems confronting residents in their daily lives.
In a red robe and ferocious Nuo mask with popping-eyes and a long chin, Huang Jinhong moves among a group of dancers to the clanging of gongs.
On his fourth visit to the southern island province of Hainan since 2010, President Xi Jinping made an inspiring speech on opening-up earlier this week.
On the heels of China's box office coup in the first quarter of 2018, beating out U.S. grosses and catapulting it to the top of the global box office for the first time, Hollywood is exploring how to adapt to the changing landscape of a "world's largest market" that's not its own.