Incidents of colorectal cancer in China are growing at 4.2 percent each year, significantly higher than the international level of 2 percent, experts say.
Active video games may help people burn more calories than other couch-based screen time, but those who play active games tend to undo most of the difference with junk food.
There's cost and service differences between public and private hospitals.
First-class medical care is available in China, not only to expats, but also to those with deep pockets in the major cities.
There's nothing more elegant or fashionable than a qipao, and while they are not as popular as they used to be they still have their dedicated followers.
When Kesang Tashi talks about his Khawachen Tibetan rugs, his eyes have a certain glow.
A high flyer in the corporate world quits her job to set up a center to help teenagers addicted to cough syrup.
Some countries designate special individuals as "Living Human Treasures". China does not, but if it did, Zhou Ruchang would have qualified.
Zhu Sixiong interviewed 27 soldiers during his 13-day trip to Nansha Islands, in his book An In-depth Exploration of the Nansha Islands.
At the Global Tourism Economy Forum, the city's transition from China's only gambling enclave to the nation's leisure and tourism hub will be discussed.
An American herbalist has found his own place in the sun in China, and he's doing his best to spread his knowledge among both locals and expatriates.
A Shanghai university professor savors the literary power of Hans Christian Andersen, Xu Junqian discovers.