Traditional Chinese medicine is seeing a resurgence in Hong Kong, where it's thought Western medicine acts quickly but has more side effects.
They say the eyes are the window of the soul. In that case, eyebrows must be window frames.
Beijing brings out the Big Brother in Western media.
When I was living in Adelaide, I would often buy packets of dried "Long Life Noodles" from a little shop in Chinatown.
Will 2011 be China's year at the Miss Universe? Yue-sai Kan is determined to make the answer to that a resounding yes.
Feng Xiaogang will now start on a project he has wanted to do for more than 10 years.
Two years after Lost in Beijing was pulled out of theaters, Li Yu is confident her fourth film Buddha Mountain will touch audiences.
A winner of the 2011 L'Oreal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards, Professor Vivian Wing-wah Yam says she could not have done it without the backing of her family.
Dozens of American colleges and universities are seeing a surge in applications from students in China.
The next challenge for Watson, I.B.M.'s supercomputer will be to learn to diagnose and treat patients.
To the untrained eye, the clusters of synthetic body parts scattered on the floor of a vast warehouse in Italy's heartland looked very much like.
Song, dance, and fireworks as Tibetans celebrate Losar.