A commemorative show is being staged at the National Museum of China to mark the 15th anniversary of Hong Kong's return to the motherland.
Chen Qiang, a film star whose career spanned 60 years, and one of the industry's pioneers of New China, died on Tuesday night in Beijing at 94.
Seemingly destined to lead a life of comfort, Zhou Xiaoli has taken the road less traveled to open a children's rehabilitation center.
China's annual investments in the cultural industry have increased by more than 20 percent on average.
Erenhot will hold a series of events in July and August to enhance its cultural and economic ties with the two neighboring countries.
To remember the man who has contributed so much to artificial intelligence, the Hong Kong Computer Society has organized the 2012 Alan Turing Centenary Commemoration Mini-Exhibition.
A farmer who shot to fame after being featured in A Bite of China has signed a contract with Beijing-based Xi Bei Northwest Dishes as a food specialist.
Visitors to Beijing's Solana Square can enjoy the ongoing 2012 Football Field Beer Festival.
Chen Jiashun has worked many jobs in Yiwu, a city in Zhejiang that's famous for its small commodity trade and vibrant free markets.
The Nuwa myth inspired La Haiqing to build a garden and park celebrating Qinghai's unique rock formations.
China's coastal wetlands, especially mudflats, continue to diminish at astonishing speed as coastal-based economies boom.
Australian ornithologist Chris Hassel lives a life that's as migratory as the shorebirds he studies.