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Zhang Ziyi plays two roles in real life: film maker and celebrity.
Only rarely do we make a trip that embodies the true spirit of traveling. Sometimes a city break fits the bill.
Up to July 19, the "beating, smashing, looting and arson" by mobs had caused at least 197 deaths in northwest China's Xinjiang.
Foreign Languages Press launches 3 collections of contemporary short stories and novellas from 30 writers.
The evolution of the Five Roads area in Tianjin reflects the blending of cultures between China and Western countries.
Tiananmen Square Post Office will offer visitors with a variety of exclusive souvenirs and personalized services.
Scientists have discovered the cause of extreme drought in Kumtag Desert in Xinjiang. They also called for protection of the rare Bactrian camel living there.
An American in Beijing searches for a restaurant that can satisfy her burger craving.
About 30 foreign employees from China International Publishing Group (CIPG) used their cameras to tell stories of Beijing.
"It's very nice to meet you too," Michael Jackson said to me in his very soft, high voice, as I had the amazing experience of meeting him.
Xie Hailong, the photographer behind Project Hope, tells us how he has made his career out of picture taking.
A Chinese high school student has become an Internet sensation after writing an essay in oracle bone inscriptions in a university entrance exam.
A star-studded public tribute to Michael Jackson was held in Los Angeles on July 7.
Nearly 40% of the world's population resides in China and India. The relationship of these two neighbors is of unique importance.
Beijing's Olympic venues have been stuck in 2008, but their owners slowly are breaking out and finding cultural and athletic uses for them.
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