The addition of a site in Yunnan province to the World Heritage list is likely to guarantee the continuing survival of traditional Hani culture.
Many urban Chinese parents use the preschool summer holidays to prep their children before they enter Primary One.
A series of incidents involving Chinese citizens overseas has shocked the country.
Six months' work and $244m have restored an ancient area of Lhasa.
An increasing number of young Chinese who left home to study in overseas universities have decided to settle in their host countries.
Locals of Gangshang, an oasis of security in Hebei province, attribute that to their long-standing village Party chief Zheng Mengchen.
A high-profile corruption case involving Lei Zhengfu and a young woman engaged in sexual activity are still a major topic of public discussion.
Nightlife noise tests residents' tolerance, reports Zhou Wenting in Shanghai.
The original beneficiaries of China's railway system are still reaping the rewards and hoping for continued success.
The air crash at San Francisco International Airport that killed three Chinese teenagers is likely to prompt changes in regulations governing overseas study tours.
Workers on new 1,776-km rail link no strangers to tough conditions.
Traditional publishers take unusual steps to make the move into the digital age.