"Everyday when I go out, I bring an iPad and an Apple Pencil with me," said Chang Ping-huang, a renowned calligrapher from Taiwan, when introducing his new toolkit for practicing Chinese calligraphy.
Jinweide Beef Noodles' overseas success is not just because its main product boasts great taste; its training centers abroad have also played a key part.
China's puzzle lovers will have a chance to rediscover the Forbidden City, as the Palace Museum will present its first-ever interactive puzzle book in January 2019.
The UN Charter stated that promoting human rights is part of its core mission and the UDHR was conceived to further define these rights, which it eventually did in its 30 Articles.
As a 55-year-old father who cannot secure next meal for his eight starving children, Ahmed al-Sharafi doesn't complain.
This newsstand in Chaoyang district, Beijing, is one of the few remaining in the city. Many have closed because of falling demand for newspapers and magazines.
The news that a soldier was injured by a landmine during a mine-clearing operation spread fast in a small village near China's border with Vietnam.
Tucked away in a valley in the southeast of China is a tiny city with a huge history. Today it is called Jingdezhen, the name bestowed upon it by Song dynasty Emperor Zhenzong in 1004. Its current name tells us very little except that there was something about this small rural settlement that made it very important to the royal court.
Zhang Guihua feels warmer at home this winter even with outdoor temperatures falling to minus 20 to 30 degrees Celsius.
With more highrises and plants popping up on the city's landscape due to the speed of economic development, China has stepped up its efforts to refine land use for higher efficiency and more output.
The two-story Western-style buildings along a country road give Rulin village in South China's Guangdong province an exotic taste.
For thousands of years, Chinese farmers have relied on their experience to grow crops, but Zhang Yufeng in central China's Henan Province has recently turned to big data.
From soap bars to Coca-Cola cans, nothing is too strange to collect in the world, but French artist Thomas Sauvin has a fascinating hobby -- collecting other people's memories.
Chen told reporters about what life in the Kubuqi Desert was like when visiting an exhibition commemorating the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening-up on Monday.
Pan Borong, a researcher with the Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography under the Chinese Academy of Sciences, has been dedicated to the research and cultivation of plants in arid regions for 46 years.
Mysterious relics from the Confucius Family Mansion can be seen by the public for the first time from Monday, after being kept as a private family collection for centuries.
For about two decades, Luo Yuxiong and her husband Zhao Jinshan have led a life of solitude in the barren land in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
Nearly 300,000 visitors have toured the grand exhibition, deeply impressed by the juxtapositions of the past and present.The exhibition shows how reform and opening-up ushered in China's miraculous development.
"The rice we grow here is one of the most sought-after varieties in the market," said Zhu Zhongmin, a farmer from Yuanyang County of central China's Henan Province.
"Get your dog registered and walk it on a leash," urban management officers in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou are telling local dog owners, in an ongoing clampdown on uncivilized dog-raising behaviors.
Under a blue spotlight lies a mouse's brain immersed in liquid. A diamond blade slowly peels off a layer of brain tissue that is only one micron thick.
That may sound unlikely, but Dutch giant Ajax has teamed up with R&F and together vowed to build the best soccer academy in China.And while real-estate developer R&F has the deep pockets to shell out on expensive foreign players, it wants to focus on youth, in line with Chinese government policy.
"The people from the Kingdom of Zhao were music savvy. They walked like this, very elegantly," said Chou Kung-Shin, as she demonstrated how people living more than 2,000 years ago, during the Warring States period, walked.
It was a cold evening on Friday at Buffalo, the second largest city in the U.S. state of New York as the temperature dropped down to 36 oF (2 oC) after a day's heavy wet snow.
As a "Toilet Revolution" began to emerge across the nation, students and staff of Jinlong Primary School, located in southwest China's Guizhou Province, were finally freed from using smelly, fly-infested open pit latrines, which they had to endure for years.
"I'm losing my hair, which makes me pretty agitated the entire year," says Jia Xue, a 25-year-old woman who has just become a marketing manager at an Internet company in pursuit of a more promising career.
Yan Fang is busy wrapping up a seal engraved with the name "Matthew," headed to the buyer from the other side of the Pacific Ocean after China's Singles' Day.
A century after the Armistice Day that marked the end of the World War I (WWI), stories of Chinese laborers deployed to the war's western front started to receive more attention that they deserve after being overlooked for decades.
Renowned computer scientist John Hopcroft is helping improve the quality of undergraduate education in China.
But more than that, the annual extravaganza also suggests that the country's young people are increasingly expressing their individuality through what they buy.They started wearing short skirts, they started to attend college, they had the right to vote, and they rejected relinquishing their jobs when men returned from war.