Shi Zhengxing went to the prestigious Wuhan University to become an engineer but instead became a monk in a band.
Tiantai Temple's Buddhist art troupe has been criticized for deviating from orthodoxy, playing Western instruments and allowing men and women to sing and dance together.
Visitors to Yunhe township in Chengdu's Jintang county can find hairy crabs from the local Zishui River that are believed to be as tasty as Yangcheng's.
The construction of the new Sichuan Art Museum will be completed at the end of this year and open next June.
British creative industry expert John Howkins has accepted an invitation to become head of the experts' committee of the Creative City Design Center.
Kopenhagen Fur will stage the second Ms Happiness pageant at the Danish embassy in Beijing.
Chengdu will host the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Travel Mart in 2013.
Piano-style stairs in Hangzhou, capital of East China's Zhejiang province.
Speculations have been running thicker than the holiday traffic in China about the possibility of a Chinese writer nabbing the upcoming Nobel Prize for Literature.
As global cocoa prices become more stable, foreign chocolate makers are expanding quickly in China.
Compared with hiring local agencies, foreign governmental departments have discovered the benefits of setting up offices in China.
Death is Chen Jiao's life. The 25-year-old embalmer believes she shares a special relationship with those she prepares for funerals.