The recent California State University, Northridge (CSUN) graduate was one of fortunate scholarship recipients selected to study at Chinese universities for one year.
When Baek Soon-hwi heard the news that she was chosen to attend this year's reunion activity, she said she cannot discern dream and reality. On the coming Monday (August 20), she will meet her siblings for the first time after they separated by the Korean War.
With the national flag having been raised in the athletes' village, China is gearing up for its 12th straight appearance at the Asian Games, the continent's biggest sporting event, in Indonesia.
Joe Heil has grown ginseng for more than 20 years. His Wisconsin-based farm with 50-acre ginseng was lucrative. Recently, however, the fear of loss looms large in his mind.
Silver grasslands and a holy lake, high-end camping and rare salamders from the dinosaur age — those are the things you can witness in Xinjiang's smallest prefecture.
Ten years after the flame was extinguished at the Beijing Summer Olympics, the legacy of the Games continues to benefit sports development in China as the country prepares for a winter encore in 2022.
Ray Tokuda, a 54-year-old Japanese-American, is proud of the title his school has given him. He is a "shifu," a Chinese word literally meaning a master, mentor or senior practioner of martial arts.
One of the greatest fears of Chinese parents has come true: the younger generation of Chinese people are becoming increasingly reluctant to get married. China’s marriage rate has significantly plummeted since 2014, according to a report released by the country’s Ministry of Civil Affairs, with the divorce rate keeping rising in recent seven years.
Tseng Kuan-ying, a 30-year-old from Taiwan, helps his father grow tea in their ancestral home county on the Chinese mainland, building on the broken dreams of his grandfather.
Most women forced into sex slavery by Japanese soldiers during the war remained silent for much of their lives. A dedicated group of advocates persuaded some of the women to tell their stories and claim their due compensation
A movie based on the experiences of three former "comfort women" during World War II has returned to the silver screen across China on Tuesday.
Physicians and NGO help children to identify and deal with hazards at home and in the community.
Thirty years after the first test tube baby was born in China, assisted reproduction centers face a dilemma: how to deal with leftover embryos.
A door has opened that could provide access to U.S. universities, the top choice for Chinese students studying overseas, as more schools in the country are accepting gaokao scores as part of their application procedures.
“Plogging”, an eco-friendly Scandinavian trend that quickly grew in popularity abroad, is hailed as the latest urban fitness boom in China under the label of “trash running”.
Dozens of far-right activists, some carrying U.S. flags and hiding their faces under bandannas, walked from Foggy Bottom Metro station in Washington under heavy protection to the White House on Sunday, marking the first anniversary of a deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Shanghai is one of the stops in the migratory flyway from Siberia to Australia, and the Chongming Dongtan National Nature Reserve is the largest wintering site in China.
A lack of global consensus in banning the domestic trade of ivory is reportedly depleting the elephant population globally, with tuskers in African countries facing the worst conditions, experts feel.
Since the Three Gorges Dam was built, the flow of the Yangtze River has slowed down. As a result, trash and withered plants accumulate rapidly on the water. This is not just unpleasant to look at, but also hinders ship navigation.
Eighteen-year-old Dekyi Drolma has heard of many successful experiences of the alumni of her school -- opening Thangka painting studios, winning notable awards in Thangka painting competitions and holding solo exhibitions -- she wants similar success.
Mukbang, or Meokbang, is a combination of the South Korean words “meokneun” (eating) and “bangsong” (broadcast) and is about a host who eats a gigantic amount of food in front of the camera while interacting with an audience. The trend originated in South Korea around 2010 on YouTube and has since taken off globally.
Over the past 42 years, Yuan Yongbao, a farmer in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, has been recording the income and daily expenditures of his family.
While most people rely on weather forecasts to tell them if strong gusts are on the horizon, Li Huarong can make accurate predictions just by watching finless porpoises in the Yangtze River.
In 1978, Deng embarked on yet another journey of learning, this time looking to the expertise of the East to carry China forward on the road to modernization.
In the steaming summer heat of subtropical Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, Mo Changli starts his daily package delivery job in the morning with 1.5 liters of bottled water at hand.
As the point at which two of the country's major transport routes－the north-to-south Beijing-Guangzhou rail line and the Yangtze River, which flows west to east－intersect, Wuhan holds a strategic position in the development of the Yangtze River Economic Belt.
Pedicab operator Xu Shijie, 51, leaves for work each morning wearing his trademark red velvet waistcoat and ready to use his self-taught English skills to guide foreigners around Kaifeng, Henan province.
Flight MH370, which was carrying 239 passengers, most of whom were Chinese, disappeared on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014. It triggered the largest search in aviation history.
Lam was part of a 20-strong delegation of students from seven universities in Hong Kong who interned at the academy.
Since childhood, 42-year-old Ao Te Geng Hua has hated living in the Kubuqi Desert, located in north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. In the past, sandstorms frequently swept across her house, leaving the doorway blocked by sand dunes.