First she was laid off from a dim sum factory, but now Liu Chunhui has turned to performing cross-talk into a recipe for success.
Luo, who has been delivering mail since 1996, has an epic commute between the post office and her delivery area – she has the choice of a 70-km return bike ride or a 40-kilometer return hiking path.
Li Yuanzhen, a tofu seller, wheels a cart of tofu in Gangciyao village in Yuzhou, Henan province, July 16, 2011. A former trumpeter in the army, Li peddles his tofu by blowing his bugle in the street. He also plays his instrument for other villagers at weekends.
Students from poor families near a mine in Huaying Mountain, Sichuan province, collect the coal dregs during their summer vacation to sell for money to buy textbooks for next semester.
China marks the annual National Day for Helping the Disabled on May 19, 2013, the third Sunday in May. Following is a collection of stories related to the disabled people in China.
Model aircraft enthusiast Jia Mingxiao had the idea to develop an unmanned aerial vehicle in 2010 when he heard from TV reports that rescuers had difficulty in finding people trapped by floods in Jilin province.
China's economy to be double the size of the US by 2030, says top economist.
A model presents a creation by a graduate of School of Design, China Academy of Art during China Graduate Fashion Week in Beijing, April 24, 2013. [Photo by Zhuo Enshen/Asianewsphoto]