Once in a while, the parallel between actor and role is so uncanny that a new dimension is created not so much through acting, but through the fusion of two giant personalities.
A prominent Malaysian biologist on Saturday was named first chief of a UN scientific panel that aims to turn the world's spotlight on species loss, as a Nobel-winning counterpart has done for climate change.
Among the most famous Hong Kong directors, Stephen Chow may be the hardest to define. Johnny To is the cool guy, Wong Kar-wai the elegant one, and Tsui Hark the inventive one, but which description best fits Chow?
Wang Zhongjie, a 79-year-old Beijing native, is intertwined with rich strokes of colors on the beams, pillars, lintels and ceilings of ancient Chinese architecture.
If I hadn't been wearing my seatbelt at those two moments, I likely wouldn't have lived to come to China to remember why I used to feel so adamantly about wearing it in the first place.
The year 2013 will be one of expansion for Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, Inc, which is planning to open a number of new hotels and sign more hotel management agreements, two-thirds of which will be located in fast-growing markets, including China.
The loudest sound emerging from the ruckus that is the biggest human migration in the world is a call to reduce the cost for standing.
It has become a tradition for the National Art Museum of China to celebrate Spring Festival, or the Lunar New Year, by exhibiting part of its immense collection.
The composer Zhou Long presents very different voices in a unified program, around a concept through which the audience could find their own way into a conversation about time.
Lin Dongping's micro blog posts remind us to live every day as if it were our last.
Russians spend 60 percent of their pretax income on retail. Shoppers at the Mega Belaya Dacha mall and discount outlets outside Moscow.
Jesse Levinson, a research scientist at Stanford University in California, has developed safety and driving systems that can detect obstacles.