Li Juyan's calligraphy collection sourced from Chinese ethnic groups is as important to him as his son.
Shu brocade is a 2,000-year-old art form that faces challenges, although its practitioners are trying to adapt to the times.
There is one easy way of gauging how big a killer colon cancer is in a country and that's to look for the golden arches of a fast-food restaurant, says cancer specialist Jonathan Sham Shun-tong.
As the capital's residents shake off their hangovers following the holiday celebrations, some of the city's experts are chiming in with advice on how to beat the back-to-work blues.
Eating foods high in trans-fats and saturated fats increases the risk of depression.
Spending too much time in constant and comfortable temperatures lowers the body's resistance to illness. Bettina Levecke reports.
A new study says that a diet rich in vitamins, beta-carotene and zinc can prevent age-related deterioration of the eyes.
The best way to not forget a newly learned poem, card trick or algebra equation may be to take a quick nap, scientists - surprised by their own findings - reported.
Spring Festival this year saw my wife Ellen and me traveling back from Australia to Tianjin.
On the corner of two busy roads in Tianjin stands my first place of residence in China.
When I left home to start a two-decade foray in Asia, all I owned fit in one suitcase.
Spring Festival distinguishes itself by celebrating not only a new calendar cycle but also the fecundity and life heralded by the start of spring.