Film makers view city as derivative products base

2012-09-29 13:27:07

Domestic and foreign investors from the film and animation industries are eying investments in facilities in southern China.

Veteran fighter pilot retells nerve-wracking stories

2012-09-29 09:50:10

It has been more than six decades, but American pilot Peter J. Goutiere could still remember the details of every narrow escape.

Downtrodden route

2012-09-29 09:41:30

It was a trip down memory lane, heart-wrenching memories, for a group of pilots and the relatives of late Hump pilots. Listen to their stories.

A cut above

2012-09-28 10:34:43

An ankle-length dress with suspenders and prominent prints of teapots in different colors and shapes on display in the window of a store called Chictopia. Streams of women visiting Nanluoguxiang, one of Beijing's traditional alleyways, stop to stare at the dress and discuss its bold and arresting design.

His masters' voice

2012-09-28 10:34:43

He has worked for murderers and for heads of state - Now interpreter sheds light on his encounters.

Why live shows lose to KTVs

2012-09-28 09:26:25

If you have been to a live performance in any theater within the past year in China, that means you are one of an elite circle.

Media drives changing perceptions of China in Uganda

2012-09-27 15:48:23

Ugandan public perception of China is shifting, in large part thanks to the country's media.

Cast aside

2012-09-27 13:10:14

Increasingly Asian actors from North America are finding that China provides the opportunities that are lacking in Hollywood.

A contest to make friends

2012-09-27 11:08:34

Nadam, which means "games" in the Mongolian language, is a tradition dating back 800 years, when Genghis Khan opened the first Nadam festival.

Journey of discovery

2012-09-27 11:06:47

Since February, Ma Liang, aka Maleonn, and his team have been touring China's cities and offering free portrait photos.

Charity performance supports quake areas

2012-09-27 10:57:49

Pop singer Hu Xia showed up in Beijing to support the charity event, Love Earth Love Music, which aims to help victims of the earthquakes that struck in Yiliang county in Yunnan province on Sept 7.

Unusual homework is washing feet

2012-09-27 10:57:03

It's a hard task to accomplish for today's teenagers: wash your parents' feet to express gratitude to parents in China's traditional culture.