Each of Hei Ming's projects take the documentary photographer years to finish. Hei will spend days chatting or even living with a person before taking a shot.
Hei Ming's latest project attempts to write the history of nameless soldiers who sacrificed for China in the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression.
Russia is expecting more young Chinese to study in its universities, said a Russian education official in Beijing on Tuesday.
Shen Jin has had many opportunities to work in modern cities and lead a comfortable life. But unlike many people, he has chosen a much harder road.
When Zhou Lihong died in 2006 after a battle with breast cancer, a group of volunteers from across China vowed to honor her dying wish - that her online store be maintained as a legacy for her 6-year-old daughter.
Bian Gangfen's family had started to give up hope she would be found alive after the devastating 2008 Wenchuan earthquake. But Bian, trapped under mountains of debris, knew she would live to see her loved ones again.
While the nation celebrated Mother's Day over the weekend, many new mothers were crying out for more public nursing rooms to care for their young ones.
The change of seasons may be delightful to many, but for people who suffer skin allergies, dust and pollen can agitate conditions that make life unpleasant.
In the rural areas of China, basic hygiene facilities are changing. Where a hole in the ground used to be the norm, there is now an eco revolution going on.
There are still 477 million people without access to proper sanitation in China, including 14 million who still practice open defecation.
Hundreds of women – and especially men in their red dresses participate in the Red Dress Run in Beijing, May 12, 2013.