Chinese film icon Jackie Chan receives the New York Asian Film Festival's Star Asia Lifetime Achievement Award at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts Monday.
Despite wealth, Han Fang never forgets tough early years in Africa.
Sharing a stage with J.M. Coetzee, the 2003 Nobel laureate in literature, Mo Yan revealed publicly on Tuesday his mood change after winning his own such prize.
Tai Lihua, a CPPCC member and director of the China Disabled People's Performing Art Troupe, lost her hearing at 2 but this hasn't stopped her from achieving her dreams。
Soon after enrolling at the Confucius Institute in Nairobi, Sandra Rwese had a "light-bulb moment" and realized not only had she discovered a new passion in life but also a guiding path to building a successful business. Her fascination with Chinese culture, history and the country's economic rise provided the perfect alchemy for the 38-year-old's success.
More international audiences have seen the works of Chinese performing artists, thanks to the efforts of Ping Pong Productions.
A country musician and teacher who has written more than 50 songs about China, Mark Levine tells Mike Peters that he is here to stay.
"Made in China" is a label Mario Lanza is happy to wear.
Katharina Kohse-Hoeinghaus, president of the non-profit Combustion Institution and a professor at Bielefeld University in Germany, has just finished a one-month residency at the University of Science and Technology of China in Anhui province.
Lying in the winter sun breastfeeding her newborn baby one day recently, Lu Yuanfang was enjoying one of the rare mother-son moments of the week. Though unable to hold him in her arms like most new mothers do, she managed to move her fingers and touched his ear and cheek gently.
Morocco's Jaafar Alj Hakim can talk the talk of any veteran ambassador: diplomacy, trade, cultural exchanges. But right now he'd rather talk about the beach.
Fish Leong, 34, a Chinese singer with Malaysian origins, will stage her second concert in London on Friday at Wembley Arena.