The funeral services industry is moving with the times and the bereaved want a more personalized service.
Dozens of American colleges and universities are seeing a surge in applications from students in China.
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.
Song, dance, and fireworks as Tibetans celebrate Losar.
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.
Eighty-two masterpieces from the Uffizi Gallery of Florence, Italy, have been touring Chinese cities since March 2010.
Initial results from the third survey of the country's waterbird population in the Yangtze flood plains look positive.
Classes offer a way to get more out of your time in Beijing.
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.
More Chinese are taking to wine drinking and are seeking help to make informed choices.
Reports that Baron Guy and Myriam Ullens of UCCA are withdrawing from the Chinese contemporary art market are wide of the mark.
The large-scale exhibition Road to Rejuvenation will reopen at the National Museum of China on March 1.