One of China’s leading businesswomen gives top priority to her company’s research and development.
Many marginalized people unable to avail of free professional service, reports Wang Yan in Gansu.
A Lhoba boy herds an ox, May 11, in Nyingchi prefecture, Tibet autonomous region. The Lhoba people make up the smallest ethnic group in China. In 1959, the Lhoba people were still living in primitive communes with low levels of production. Currently they are living a more modern life.
Onlookers could be forgiven for thinking that the affectionate woman tending the seriously ill man in hospital was his wife.
Hu Youcai,74,was a soldier doing reclaimation work with the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps for 40 years.
Niu Xiaohua, 52, headmaster of Beijing No 2 Middle School, talks on May 4 about his innovation programs to hopefully nurture a Chinese Nobel Prize winner.
Liu Hui (center), 92, visits his birthplace in Shanglu village, Zhangshu city, East China's Jiangxi province, May 11, 2011. It was his first time coming back to the village in 72 years, after joining the Chinese army at the age of 20 and going to Myanmar to fight against the Japanese aggression.
Liu Lijun won't be surprised if he is overlooked today on International Nurses Day.
Ma Sanxiao,a 63-year-old legless veteran, has planted more than 3,100 trees in the hills in Jingxing county of Shijiazhuang, capital of North China's Hebei province.
While the rest of the village sleeps, Lu Lixiang and his band of volunteers safeguard their sweet dreams.
A group of elite Chinese athletes, including multiple world champions and Olympic medal winners, have started a new life in the United States as university students.
Bao Qifan, born in 1951, is a national model worker with the Shanghai International Port Group.