Dead and buried in style

2011-03-09 08:01:33

The funeral services industry is moving with the times and the bereaved want a more personalized service.

A flood of Chinese to American colleges

2011-03-06 07:44:27

Dozens of American colleges and universities are seeing a surge in applications from students in China.

A real statement made by faux fashion models

2011-03-06 07:43:58

To the untrained eye, the clusters of synthetic body parts scattered on the floor of a vast warehouse in Italy's heartland looked very much like.

A new year begins

2011-03-07 07:59:35

Song, dance, and fireworks as Tibetans celebrate Losar.

What's on

2011-03-04 07:59:07

A concert series honoring Johann Sebastian Bach at the Forbidden City Concert Hall will feature Dutch baritone Matthaus Van Der Voe and Chinese-American pianist Zhai Zhitian this weekend.

Capital city awaits Uffizi treasures

2011-03-04 07:59:07

Eighty-two masterpieces from the Uffizi Gallery of Florence, Italy, have been touring Chinese cities since March 2010.

Birds still flocking to Yangtze wetlands

2011-03-03 07:53:18

Initial results from the third survey of the country's waterbird population in the Yangtze flood plains look positive.

Learning to live in the community

2011-03-03 07:55:09

Classes offer a way to get more out of your time in Beijing.

More than the alcohol in Moutai to make you giddy

2011-03-02 07:46:51

A bottle of Moutai produced in 1958 was sold for over 1.46 million yuan ($222,235) at an auction in Hangzhou last September, heating up the white liquor market.

Thirst for class

2011-03-02 07:46:51

More Chinese are taking to wine drinking and are seeking help to make informed choices.

Ullens Center calms market speculation

2011-03-01 07:30:28

Reports that Baron Guy and Myriam Ullens of UCCA are withdrawing from the Chinese contemporary art market are wide of the mark.

Old exhibits, new venue

2011-03-01 07:30:28

The large-scale exhibition Road to Rejuvenation will reopen at the National Museum of China on March 1.