Founding a village library for kids may not sound trendy in today's Internet age, but for Li Yingqiang, it is cutting edge.
What does it take to touch a generation? It's a question faced hundreds of times by Xiao Yang, whose online film Old Boys is resonating deeply with Chinese born in the 1970s and 1980s.
Wu Yiqun,65,is one of China's most aggressive anti-smoking activists.
Bai Desheng, 60, performs martial arts as he practices calligraphy on the ground with a huge brush soaked in water, in Kaifeng city, Central China’s Henan province. Bai combines martial arts moves and handwriting as a new style of performance.
Yang Deming's eyes beam and his face lights up when he gets the chance to talk about making felt handicrafts with his hands.
Groups find it hard to stand on their own, reports Chen Limin in Foshan.
Wing Chun, originated in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) in South China, is a martial art that specializes in close-range combat. It is based on principles of simplicity and economy of movement and energy, and primarily involves hand strikes.
In the searching eyes of Zhao Hui, there is nothing ordinary in the ordinary.
Wan Fuming, a middle-aged Chinese man with short black hair and shrewd eyes, is confidently interpreting basic battle theory into fluent English in front of more than 70 foreign army officers wearing the different colored uniforms of their countries.
If you have a chance to serve in the air -either as a stewardess or pilot - which would you prefer?
Tea merchant Li Zhihong is striving to tame Taiwan Oolong tea on the mainland.
The first thing one might notice entering this lively day-care center is the age of its visitors.