"No Olympics anywhere...We don't want the Olympics. No Olympics in LA. No Olympics in Tokyo," squealed a protester who made his presence felt by gatecrashing the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) virtual news conference on Wednesday.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Tuesday released a post entitled "Tang Xuemei: The will to live and to be better" to illustrate the Paralympian's life story after losing her left calf during a severe earthquake 13 years ago.
A traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) clinic in the Namibian capital Windhoek has brought hope and improved health for many locals.
An American fighter pilot was downed in the territory of enemy control. A boy hid him in a foxhole and found local guerrillas for help. On a dark night, they decided to break the blockade by 1,000 enemy soldiers.
Twelve-year-old Zhou Xinyue planned the May Day holiday trip for her family. Instead of going to the beach, she chose four revolutionary sites in south China's Guangdong Province.
After more than 700 unsuccessful attempts, Liao Xi and his colleagues developed a stainless steel precision strip that is just 0.02 mm thick. They then improved it to the level of 0.015 mm, or less than one-fifth of the thickness of a sheet of copy paper.
World champion Liang Geliang had probably not expected that 50 years after "Ping-Pong Diplomacy" occurred, he and American counterpart Judy Hoarfrost would be able to play a table tennis game over 10,000 kilometers apart.
Poon Hung-fai, from Hong Kong, says his comfort zone is on both sides of the Pacific. He naturally switches between Mandarin, Cantonese and English when necessary.
"I can still remember everything clearly 50 years later," said Judy Hoarfrost, a former American ping-pong player who was on the U.S. team that visited China in 1971.
Enveloped in a prehistoric aura, the Mayan civilization and China's Sanxingdui culture, while located in different continents, are as mysterious as they are ancient.
For Guljahan Amat, applying for membership in the Communist Party of China was a must-do.
Wearing a hat emblazoned with the AVG Flying Tigers logo, Li Ruiling, the descendant of Flying Tigers' rescuer reveals a widespread legend that took place in Hong Kong during WWII.
Standing on the pedestrian overpass near Tongji Hospital on Tuesday morning watching the crowds, listening to people talk, hearing the sound of car horns in the rush hour.
The smell of snail rice noodles, or luosifen, an iconic dish in Liuzhou, Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, has attracted many visitors to the region's newly opened booth at the Western China Poverty Alleviation Products Trading Center in Chongqing.
Tractors are busy plowing cotton fields in Bachu County, one of the cotton hubs in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, as the season for cotton sowing arrives.
The major road in Lingtou, a small village in north China's Shanxi Province, is named "Weishang," meaning small online shops. Many locals are engaged in e-commerce, including villager Zhang Xiaoying.
A country road winding through mountains in southwestern China's Sichuan province has become popular recently on domestic social media apps such as Douyin.
A member of the scientific and technological committee of the Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology and the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp, Zhang has been a key player in China's major achievements in space exploration.
"I must tell the truth of Hong Kong to the Western world!" Joephy Chan Wing-yan made a speech online recently at the 46th session of the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council.
"Valiantly and spiritedly, we cross the Yalu River," the elderly man repeatedly sang when he was recently visited by reporters in his village home in Chongqing.
Though young and short, seven-year-old Yang Zixuan is by no means inferior to adult male students when it comes to various difficult flips.
A video clip of a girl dancing at a pork stall in a village in Southwest China's Yunnan province went viral online, moving many netizens.
Zhou Huayong, 45, has been running a porcelain shop in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region for 15 years. He surely knows the importance of porcelain in Tibetans' daily lives.
" Dondrup was bombarded by a string of weird questions on his very first train trip to his college back in 2000. "I will never forget that experience."I felt I would soon be defeated by the epidemic, and I was ready to shut it down at any time." He even advised his employees to find other jobs.
When "Little Fellow" was found on ice, the frail bird was dying.
Dolatmaan Kamak, a 28-year-old national legislator from the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, raised proposals aiming to improve the treatment of border patrollers in plateau regions.
The last restoration of the tower was in 1868, but it was again destroyed in 1884.
Boon Sing Ang, a Malaysian, working in Suzhou, Jiangsu province, became the first in the Yangtze River Delta to receive Shanghai residence card for foreign talents in February.
CPC honors Laqini Bayika, a committed border patrolman in China's Xinjiang as "model of the times," who died in January while rescuing a drowning child. As an NPC deputy, he is absent this year, and for good. But his advice has been brought to the "Two Sessions".
Moving back and forth on an automobile assembly line, Zhang Tianshun was conducting function tests for vehicles before they roll off the production line.