Riding 2,500 miles, from southern China's Guangdong Province to southwestern China's Tibet Autonomous Region, a father and daughter pair finished a special birthday experience together.
After walking to the school gates, Joshua Hoyle poses for a photograph, and then returns home.Joshua Hoyle, a Year 10 student from Huddersfield who is being homeschooled during the lockdown, said he decided to try to raise money for less-fortunate youngsters.
In the middle of the bustling factories and glitzy high-rises of Foshan is a unique bamboo forest, which has emerged as an oasis for thousands of birds.
Thirty female contestants, all older than 30, took part in a televised reality show this month, competing for five places in a performance group.
Nikol Kremenakova and her classmate Laura Mecavova, both fourth-grade students in a Czech high school, became the first in their country on Friday by taking a test in Chinese for their graduation exams.
People in quite a few places in China witnessed on Sunday the most anticipated celestial event of the year, an annular solar eclipse, but if they missed it they will have to wait another 10 years to see the next one.
Three greenhouses in northeast China's Liaoning Province had a bumper crop of tomatoes in late May.
Chike, 48, said he hoped the song would soon become popular at home and abroad, encouraging people from around the world to join hands to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
As tourism develops in the city, local culture is exposed to more tourists from across the globe, and inheriting intangible culture means more than preserving tradition but also introducing it to the world.It is home to more than 100 varieties of black pottery with a history of over 1,000 years.
Just when Beijingers thought they could finally take a breath and get their normal lives back on track, a new spike in coronavirus cases has emerged.
YINCHUAN, June 11 (Xinhua) -- In a factory in Miaomiaohu Village of northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, Huang Jinhua deftly works the pedals of a sewing machine, stitching school uniforms and then ironing them.
One morning late last month, Liu Zexu woke as dawn broke over Qomolangma's North Base Camp, 5,200 meters above sea level.
Lush mountains and envelope of thick mists adorn the ethnic minority village located in the remote hilly regions of Jinqiu, east China's Zhejiang Province, manifesting a fairyland-like aura.
As a final farewell, family members and friends gathered on Tuesday at a private funeral in Houston, Texas and shared their sweet memories of 46-year-old African American George Floyd, who was suffocated to death in police custody two weeks ago.
That's the message from Peng Xiaoying, 45, and her 49-year-old husband, Fan Deduo, in Zhejiang province.
When Zhang Jiacheng lost his right arm in an accident at just 5 years old, no one could have believed that he would one day wow the world on the basketball court.
Zhang lost his right arm in an accident at just five years old, which was a tragedy for a little kid. But Zhang has never surrendered to his fate as his love and passion for basketball grow stronger.
Childhood should be full of love and laughter. Yet some children have shouldered a much heavier burden. Just as an old Chinese saying goes, children in poor families are forced to grow up faster and become independent quicker than their peers.
Early summer is one of the most enchanting seasons for the Yudu International Bazaar in Hotan City of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, as the bazaar's central square will be full of rose aroma.
Chinese lawmakers Thursday voted to adopt the country's long-expected Civil Code at the third session of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC), the top legislature.
The COVID-19 pandemic has largely been brought under control in China, with many scholars believing that traditional culture has played an important role in shaping people's response to it.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in 2020, all international students at Henan University of Technology based in Zhengzhou, capital of Henan province, have lived orderly and comfortable lives in China.
With his face covered in blood, Yang Xuezhi stood dazed in a street in Hong Kong's Mong Kok area. Behind him was a masked rioter wielding a hammer stained with the blood of the 27-year-old.
Since mid-March, Gao Wan'e has been busy collecting items demonstrating China's collective efforts in the fight against the novel coronavirus pandemic with her colleagues in Wuhan, Hubei province, previously the nation's hardest-hit city.
Gyms shut down, sporting fixtures suspended, and owners faced with financial losses. China's fitness industry has taken a huge blow from the COVID-19 outbreak, with people now fighting to get back on their feet.
Yu Jianqi was a registered construction engineer before he returned to his hometown four years ago to be a farmer, driven by his obsession with seeds.
Before sharing his stories in a live broadcast interview at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, Luo Jie had been fighting COVID-19 on the front line for months in one of the hardest-hit areas in China.
Despite getting a little tanned, Li Jiaoyang, a 42-year-old arts professional from Beijing, still relishes the leisurely strolls and taste of ripe mulberries amid the tangle of alleys in the ancient city of Kashgar in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
Chinese students wear protective suits to safeguard against the novel coronavirus at the Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, Thailand, in April, 2020, before boarding a flight to China.
Believing the coronavirus curve has flattened, many European nations are relaxing related control measures, while the United States is yet to face its darkest moment amid economic fallout and with top officials placed in self-quarantine over COVID-19 exposure.