Culture events in cities of Beijing, Shanghai, Suzhou and Hong Kong in May.
A third of Americans would not buy a brand if they knew it to be Chinese-owned, according to a latest survey from HD Trade Services Inc, a US marketing and brand development company.
Indonesian Ambassador to China Imron Cotan was in Shanghai last weekend to launch the "immigration onboard" service of airline Garuda Indonesia for its Shanghai-Jakarta route.
An American philanthropist's desire to shape the minds of the leaders of tomorrow means junior students in China have an opportunity to join an all-inclusive 10-day private safari tour of South Africa.
A group of photographs taken by professional photographer Michael Jang in the 1970s, are meeting the public for the first time.
Demand increases for teachers from abroad as more seek to learn English A set of measures will be further strengthened to better manage foreign experts in China.
China Daily Sunday edition pays tribute to mothers who have suffered the loss or disability of their only child during the Wenchuan earthquake five years ago.
Women's rights advocates in Beijing said moms should take a day off while others did the housework on Mothers' Day instead of simply buying presents for them.
A black bear's attack on a monkey in the Shanghai Wild Animal Park (SWAP) has triggered heated discussion about animal performances in China, which are not regulated by legislation.
Students from different countries celebrate during the opening of the fourth International Cultural Festival held by the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, May 9, 2013.
The museum was officially opened to the public for free on Thursday to commemorate the 5th anniversary of the Wenchuan earthquake, which hit Sichuan on May 12, 2008.