About five months ago, Zhao Dongxing started taking notice of the popular health writer Ma Yueling.
Replacing that daily muffin with a handful or two of nuts may help people with diabetes better control their blood sugar and cholesterol levels.
Despite the sun, sea and sand, one of my most painful memories of growing up on a tropical island was the heat.
When asked, "What's Beijing like?" by friends and family who haven't visited the city, my response is invariably, "Four walls and a window."
After the pressure cooker of national exams, students are making the most of the summer vacation in a variety of ways.
The high school student gets off the train from Qingdao, Shandong province, and walks into a plastic surgery clinic in Beijing's central business district.
In Germany, gender stereotypes remain ingrained.
On this big night out, Gisele Bundchen, darling of the cameras, is decked out in diamonds from Van Cleef&Arpels.
Seemingly against logic, Yasuteru Yamada, 72, is eager for the chance to take part.
The United States' "national pastime" is played by few people in China, even in first-tier cities such as Guangzhou.
Mike Peters says "What's the fuss?" about the century egg, while Liu Yujie unmasks the myths behind this much-maligned Chinese delicacy.
Zhao Yuyi, a 42-year-old worker who has been making century eggs for more than a decade, explains the process that turns normal eggs into the deep, dark delicacy.