China is second only to India when it comes to death from rabies, even though more is being done to combat the scourge.
The rabies virus is mainly transmitted by mucus through bites and scratches, and wounds licked by infected animals.
People are relying on memory chips and increasingly letting technology or search engines think for them. Perhaps we do not have to lose our minds but can retain them electronically.
Art therapy uses the creative process of making art to improve a person's physical, mental and emotional well-being.
An NGO helps patients with mental illnesses recover through engaging their creative talents.
A symposium on media innovation in the era of mobile communication was held on March 18 in Beijing.
Chinese writers are targeting Apple's App Store, saying it is infringing on their copyrights by offering pirated e-book versions of their work.
Beijing Gehua Cultural Development Group broke ground on Asia's largest cultural product and artwork trading center on March 11 in the Beijing Tianzhu Free Trade Zone.
His autograph is the most widely sought by young Chinese gamers at conventions, and aspiring games developers look to him as an inspiration.
Alai, one of China's few best-known Tibetan writers, is encouraging some of his peers to readjust their profit-oriented goals and concentrate on artistic quality.
The bus jerked along the dirt path and shuddered to a stop. It was dusk, and I could barely make out what looked like a small barn.
Hooliganism was removed as a crime in 1997. Previously, homosexuals could be punished according to the law covering the "crime".