A former US pilot's last overseas trip was to the Chinese village that rescued him in WWII.
Traditional 3,000-year-old clothes are making a comeback.
Before making his documentary, Taiwan filmmaker Shen Ko-shang believed autistic people were all like Dustin Hoffman's character in the 1988 Oscar-winning film Rain Man: blabbering, frightened and gifted.
Job seekers turning to niche jobs fueled by growing penchant for personalized services.
Despite the country's economic development and improved living standards, China has a high suicide rate for rural women.
Nine-month course in the United States coaches atheletes on coping with fame, Todd Balazovic reports.
Stroll through this city, perched between jungle and sea, and Suriname's past as a Dutch colony comes into view: stately mansions, Lutheran churches, street names with vast streams of consonants and vowels.
Not only have the number of mainland students taking the test for entry into US universities risen dramatically, the reasons for studying abroad have also changed.
Paoxiaoti is to the cyber world what the Howler is to the magical world of Harry Potter.
High-Tech touches to traditional tombsweeping festival help environment.
When a flock of sheep cry 'wolf' in China, the money rolls in. the new stars of Chinese animation are edging out old childhood icons like Mickey Mouse and Hello Kitty
Practical jokes and hoaxes will be the order of the day for Westerners on April 1.