The 102-year-old Wang Zhenrong has become an unlikely Internet celebrity, as his online profile provoked widespread sympathy and boosted his sales of shoe insoles.
Though traditional Chinese morality emphasizes being filial, an ageing society is producing innovative care in the community programs for the elderly.
When the world's leading brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev launched the "Hi, Beer - Family Talk About Underage Drinking" in Beijing, it was the first time a public forum was held to prevent underage drinking in China.
To those who know Beijing well, Dashilar means authentic and old: Teahouses, Peking Opera theaters and time-honored stores, small and shabby restaurants in hutong selling baodu, chaogan and luzhu snacks.
A study found that runners who wore very lightweight shoes were more efficient than those who ran barefoot.
Be it the twist, or an elegant waltz - no dance steps appear too difficult for a group of physically challenged people in Beijing.
Sleep specialist Christopher Herrera reveals to Rebecca Lo how slumber keeps one healthy in body and mind.
It's an unfortunate reality that efficiency often goes unrewarded in the workplace.
Her dream was to look less Thai and more like Jennifer Lopez, so the 25-year-old street food vendor went to the Internet and typed in "cheap Botox".
The 2012 (Nanxiang) Cross-Straits Summit on Cultural Industry was recently held in Nanxiang town in Shanghai's Jiading district.