"Is that spicy?" "Can I taste the plain noodles before adding the sauce?" Chef learners from the School of Hospitality of Weltec, Wellington Institute of Technology, kept asking questions during a special cooking course by two Chinese chefs, Wang Chenghua and Liu Yu on Monday.
With China maintaining sound economic momentum for decades, observers have long tried to fathom to what extent Chinese culture is behind development of the world's second-largest economy.
Overseas Chinese on a cultural tour in Shanxi Province have called for the Kangxi Dictionary, the standard Chinese dictionary during the 18th and 19th centuries, to be included in the Chinese input system for mobile phones.
As a famous Hindi saying goes, "A sword can't replace a needle." In the context of India-China relations, the acupuncture needle plays an important role in health care and cultural exchanges.
This is part of a series looking at significant developments in various fields as China increases its interaction with the world.Many exchanges have also been conducted under the program, with representatives from other countries observing and learning from the sessions, he said.
With a white towel wrapped around his head and dressed in a sheepskin coat and baggy pants, Liu Jun plays an old farmer in a musical drama staged every day in Shaanxi province.
One hundred and fifty years ago, the completion of the United States' first transcontinental railroad drew attention of the whole nation and marked the start of an economic boom that lasted for generations.
Mobile payment, online shopping, entertainment, dining and beyond -- Chinese apps have been catching on with consumers across Asia.
April 27 was an ordinary day for most people in the world, yet on this very day a lot of people saw their fates forever changed.
The dark side of motherhood, on the other hand, seems to be completely missing from the conversation.
"I got lots of chances to help take care of injured and young birds for my father who was also a wildlife protector at the bureau before retirement.""We have set up a refuge for wildlife and spent more than 100,000 yuan ($14,800) on medicine and fodder for the injured or sick birds we saved."
The 599-year-old palace complex flourishes in the world's second-largest economy and one of the largest tourist markets.
Each time Ren Ran introduces his baby girl, he sees the surprise on people's faces. However, he has never regretted the decision to give his daughter her mother's surname instead of his own.
Performers demonstrate how a traditional Chinese dress shop runs during an event of the third China Brand Day in Shanghai.But it should be noted that the recognition of Chinese manufacturing brands is not on par with the industry's scale and capacity.
A report this year by Tmall, Alibaba's e-commerce platform, said consumers, especially women, are buying more items for themselves than they have in the past, especially young women.
Asthma, though a non-communicable chronic disease, has a relatively high fatality rate. Nearly 340 million people have asthma, causing 1,000 deaths per day worldwide, according to the Global Asthma Report 2018.
The early morning of Zhongshan Park in Yinchuan, capital city of China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, is ignited by the enthusiasm of sports-lovers.
Instead of running on savannas, the Arum leopard roams the forests between China and Russia.
Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) fans walked out of the cinemas in tears, and social media was in deep mourning.
As 14-year-old Chinese golfer Kuang Yang has moved into the top 50 at the ongoing China Open in south China's Shenzhen City, his cheerleading squad have caught the public's eyes.
German sinologist and writer Petra Haering-Kuan has made a donation to students in poverty-stricken mountainous areas of southwest China’s Guizhou Province, one of the last wishes of Chinese-born German sinologist Yu-chien Kuan (1931-2018).
The intricately-carved orb of a magical pumpkin glows a vibrant green as if suffused with life, a crystalline baby sleeps curled in sweet repose, and a forest of ruby-red flower petals yearn skyward from illuminated stems.
In the second largest economy, one person in every six is of the post-90s generation. When millennials jump forcefully onto the consumption wagon, it is unquestionable that the young generation will become the mainstay of China's vast consumer market, who generally have a higher propensity to consume.
"I 'm not a gym person. I'm not given to regular workouts because I have no fixed 'spare time'.
On a tranquil beach along the Gulf of Guinea, hundreds of thousands of white oval eggs are about to hatch into sea turtles and crawl into the Atlantic Ocean.
Uthiru Primary School's grade six students watch an educational program. The equipment was provided by a project giving access to satellite TV to 10,000 villages in Africa.
As the spring awakens Bukhara, southwestern Uzbekistan, Chinese-made tractors pull harrows over the 2,000-hectare field, ready for the sowing of a new type of mung bean seeds cultivated by Chinese researchers.
Amid a surging trend toward global interconnectivity propelled by the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), noises pop up from time to time as to how this grand vision of the BRI may have its bearing on the world.
The 162-day International Horticultural Exhibition 2019 will be held in Yanqing District, Beijing from April 29 to October 7.
Li Chuangye, a disabled student from the Minsheng School of Henan University, climbed 6.5 kilometers using only his hands to reach a scenic area in Anhui Province, a 20-hour endeavor he said was an "act of love."