Stretch out on the velvet couch, take a sip of wine and gaze upon a tranquil sea, then be invigorated by ocean spray and a cool breeze on deck.
How can an office with 272 seats hold 1,100 employees? The Beijing office of Accenture has the answer.
It's only in Jiangsu province's Xuyi county that people also have the custom of eating crayfish during the celebration of Duanwu Festival.
University candidates competed to join the Experiencing China program, which encourages college students to engage different aspects of social life.
The 2012 China Youth Leader Awards recently wrapped up in Beijing, presenting prizes to recipients in nine fields.
There has been much discussion lately about China's exercise of both its hard and soft power.
A boy whose struggle against lymphoma has touched the nation may lose his battle soon.
At the recent World Wide Developers Conference organized by Apple, Eric Jou discovers a Chinese winner.
Apple has recently presented a design award to a Chinese team for the best apps on the market for their machines.
Birds are small but they are a huge threat on the runway. Liu Zhihua gets a peek at how Beijing Capital International Airport controls its bird population.
As the sun rises over this remote Pacific Island, John Washington commits an act of defiance against the famously insular Japan: he hoists an American flag over his inn.
During 18 years living across the road from rice paddies, Malinee Khammon has never planted a single seedling.