On New York's trendy St. Mark's Street and in the perennially popular T-shirt stores of Chinatown, Chinese military caps and clothing bearing Chairman Mao Zedong's image sit next to Che Guevara shirts, Palestinian keffiyeh scarves and other politically-charged fashion items.
Architect Wang Hui has designed his villa so he can be constantly close to nature.
The Central Academy of Drama (CAD) attracts thousands of aspiring screen actors annually, but this year offered a Peking Opera major for the first time since the school was established in 1950.
The upcoming March wedding of actress Barbie Hsu and the heir to a fortune, Wang Xiaofei, is expected to be a grand affair
Operators of China's public libraries, art museums and culture centers, at a grassroots level, will offer free and better services to the public.
A“multimillion-dollar” studio to produce and distribute multimedia works for emerging artists worldwide was launched by the Creators Project, jointly sponsored by the Intel Corp and VICE
When Wikipedia's founder Jimmy Wales, 44, visited China in 2009, he had two items on his agenda.
The nation's 'leftovers' are making all the right connections on the web. Marriages today are made not in heaven but in cyberspace.
The nation's first private library continues to battle the odds to survive even as other similar ventures have already closed shop.
Fans just can't get enough of the exploits of French-speaking Hercule Poirot and the good-humored Miss Marple, the protagonists of murder mystery writer Agatha Christie's works.
The works of detective writer Agatha Christie boost Shanghai's theater scene.
With winter coming to a close, many are thinking about the great outdoors and growing eager to shake off their winter haze and start an active and exciting springtime.