When Sudanese journalist Yahya Mustafa first arrived in Beijing, he was unfamiliar with the huge city and uncertain about his future.
Rather than head to a Fortune 500 firm after graduating from a top university, Shi Lei has staked his fate with poor farmers in a village.
A former prime minister of France looks back at the close friendships he had forged in the Middle Kingdom through the decades and shares some of those memories.
China's growing middle class is going for "mass luxury" - brand names that promise quality but do not burn a hole in the pocket.
For most Chinese consumers, their first encounter with True Religion jeans is through the Black Eyed Peas song, My Hump. The denim company was started in 2002 and has a close connection with Hollywood culture.
A group of villagers has managed to cultivate more than 300,000 trees in an effort to rejuvenate Eyuyu Island, a barren plot of land, off Xiamen.
The annual 798 Art Festival is turning to play an educational role by increasing interaction between international and local artists and their audiences.
Aubergines marinated in the stock of 10 chickens. Jujubes and yams pureed, sieved and baked into a tiny cake. These culinary scenes from the literary classic A Dream of Red Mansions are about to come to life.
There were more than 40 dishes described in great detail in A Dream of Red Mansions. Most are classics in Huaiyang cuisine, but some are delicacies that only rich and decadent families could afford.
The UN World Tourism Organization unveiled an agency to observe tourism development on Oct 12 in Chengdu, Sichuan province.
Hang Lung Properties launched a massive new development in Shenyang, comprising a high-end shopping center, office towers, hotel and serviced apartments on Sept 28.
British architect Richard Rogers likes colors - all colors.