The second Exhibition of Caricature on People's Livelihood will be held from June 21-24 in Jingzhou, Hubei province.
The Sichuan HKJC Olympic School in Dujiangyan, Sichuan province, recently opened with a grand ceremony.
Paul and Martha opened up China's first authentic African hair salon in Beijing.
American Michael Stephen Kai Sui has become a Chinese Internet phenomenon by releasing videos of himself imitating people from around the world.
College students in China can enjoy a gap year after graduation, under a 100,000 yuan ($15,800) research fund to enable them to tour and better understand China.
The laptop was three generations behind the times. It was clunky, the operating system froze up twice a day like clockwork and there was no Internet connection - thanks to the broken modem.
While dating TV shows and matchmaking websites proliferate, parents still prefer parks as hunting grounds for finding spouses.
May 12, 2008 changed the lives of many in Sichuan province due to the massive earthquake.
Soldiers who retrieved bodies from the Wenchuan earthquake's ruins recall how the horrors of their experiences taught them to cherish their lives.
The Silk Market is cleaning house to sweep out counterfeits, and vendors are finding they must go legit to survive. Han Qiao from China Features reports in Beijing.
He's a rocket scientist who has faced tough questions from veteran journalists from around the world, so he was surprised when a Chinese 7th grader stumped him.
Migrant Workers' home, an NGO that helps migrant workers improve their social, cultural and living conditions, started a 10-day program in late April in in Beijing's Chaoyang district.