While western China is infamously underdeveloped, its cities might soon offer higher standards of living than prosperous coastal megalopolises in the east.
While he was preparing to rush home to Bulgaria for Christmas, Atanas Blagov had an unexpected and unforgettable experience.
A national tragedy showed Zhang Xinyu how fragile human existence can be, and he's reshaped his life to make the most of it.
Before the existence of department stores in China, people bought different things in different shops
Shopping malls used to be the place people go to shop. But today, these commercial complexes are often much more than that.
Cash isn't going to be king forever. It's a bit like shell money or trading in beads, an outdated system that people will laugh at sometime in the future.
While A Bite of China lifted hearts warmed by thoughts of mother's cooking, several issues brought the Chinese diners back to earth.Life-changing awakening
A television documentary series brought China back to its culinary roots last year, and changed some lives forever.
Pili Mwinyi Khamis works for China Radio International (CRI) and she is involved in the production of several programs.
A woman's struggle to educate her intellectually disabled grandson inspires her to start a special education school.
The most difficult part of being in a gay relationship in China is often when the couple goes home and breaks the news to parents.
For Jimmy Chen from Beijing, it's quite normal for him to talk about his homosexuality with his colleagues, who don't think it a big deal.