The University of Sydney says its recent move to accept students from China through the China National College Entrance Examination (gaokao) aims to attract the country's top students.
Ma Yunping isn't at all alone in sending her son to extracurricular classes since the boy started primary school in 2007.
Thirty years of rural development in the frozen Northeast has improved the lives of those living in villages, especially their finances.
An exhibition at EMG Art Center in Guangdong's provincial capital Guangzhou showcases Polish movie posters.
Chutzpah magazine's chief editor Ou Ning will debate revolution with London University's Goldsmiths college professor Scott Lash at the launch of the publication's sixth issue.
To mark the International Women's Day, China Daily shows 12 women's stories in China.
Thirty years ago, a blood donation certificate was vital for those who wanted to join the Communist Party of China or sought promotion within State enterprises.
A group of blood donors in Anhui province has voluntarily donated blood to a 4-year-old after being connected by social networking.
Guangdong province native Qi Gang has given 59 liters of blood since 2000, donating 11 times his total supply.
Called "panda blood" because it's so rare, rhesus (Rh) negative is found in just three out of every 1,000 Han Chinese.
A blood shortage has led to more perks for donors - for better or for worse.
Capitalism dominates the world as never before and yet it is being rocked by continuous crises. How would the greatest critique of the capitalist system, Karl Marx’s classic Das Kapital (Capital), say about this?