Poor kids born with cleft lip and palate in China are getting a new chance for a happy life, thanks to a charity launched by a Chinese-American executive, Liu Zhihua reports.
Twenty-five-year-old Luo Jie, who studied at a US university and worked at a five-star hotel in Guangzhou, joined Guangzhou Customs in 2010 hoping to have a stable, respected and financially rewarding job. He did not expect to end up on an island inhabited only by staff of the customs bureau, an oil company and a power plant.
Hong Kong actor Daniel Wu's new film is reflective of his career, depicting a young man's effort to control his own life, Liu Wei reports.
Rauf Malik wakes up every day at 4:45 am and runs 12 kilometers on the treadmill before starting work at the Shanghai Marriott Hotel Changfeng Park, of which he is general manager.
One determined student stepped off the traditional career path for blind people in China, and now savors a new life at university in Britain, Luo Wangshu and Ji Jin report.
The man behind the new People's Daily headquarters unveils the inspiration behind his controversial design, and promises the finished product will silence critics.
An increasing number of fashion and beauty product shoppers are turning to online sites in preference to bricks-and-mortar outlets, Tiffany Tan reports.
Chinese universities are quickly becoming globally competitive, but there are still ample opportunities for international partnerships as demand for higher education is so high.
Substitute teacher Jiang Shengfa's grasp of his potential has long ago exceeded his reach.
It was more than a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Florence Fang, who was present for the dedication of the building she donated to Peking University to teach Mandarin to foreign students. It was the fulfillment of an important part of her China dream.
The British capital's most iconic hotels are eager to welcome the growing wave of Chinese tourists, Mike Peters reports, with the city's best shopping and dining in easy reach.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Zhou Long first saw Yu Long conduct in Guangzhou in 2009. The Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra had commissioned Zhou and his composer wife Chen Yi to create an orchestral work Humen 1839.