When Nancy Pon decided to shoot a one-minute Touchmedia video to be screened on the backseat televisions of cabs, she never expected people would track her down and make her a celebrity.
Wang Zhenshan looks like a statue set between the clear sky and the Gobi Desert in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
A fascinating Chinese dance drama named the "Shangri-La Legend" has caused a sensation in Sydney of Australia these days, as the Year of Chinese Culture in Australia commenced late last week.
Not many people would revel in being called a garbage collector.
Swapping a pencil for a new teaching building? That's exactly what Liang Shuxin did through a series of trades on his micro blog.
Liu Huan sums up his musical journey over the past 25 years as a willingness to listen to what's new. Chen Nan reports.
Chai Dongxin's rise to prominence as a rock 'n' roll photographer seems to have been inevitable.
Li Ying prepares for a flight in the cockpit of a plane in Shenyang, the capital of Northeast China’s Liaoning province, May 30, 2011. The 25-year-old is the first female civil aviation pilot in the northeastern region of China.
Women hold up half the sky, according to a Chinese saying, and one of the iconic pillars keeping up her side is Long Xianlan.
Chinese judge Gao Zhiguo Wednesday was re-elected by an overwhelming majority as a judge of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea.
Despite suffering four diseases, 23 scars and 17 brushes with death in one of Tibet's most ferocious environments, Peng Yan remains committed to her work.
She learned the craft from her mother at 12 and has never been without her scissors and red paper since becoming highly skilled in this ancient Chinese folk art.