As a pivot of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and China's project for large-scale development of its western region, Xi'an's 14th Five-Year Plan offers the province an opportunity to implement a significant policy overhaul geared toward reform and opening-up.
More than 300 participants gathered virtually across Asia, Europe and North America on Friday to celebrate one of China's literary giants: Jia Pingwa.
Long considered the heart of China's traditional culture in the southwest, Chengdu demonstrates how age-old customs can live side by side with modern facilities.
China-EU relations have recently undergone unprecedented changes, with cooperation and differences both increasing under the influence of internal and external factors.
Two stage plays adapted from world-known novels, and a physics show in Mandarin: Here are three events you won't want to miss this week.
China's Tencent has ranked second in a list of the world's top 10 video game companies by revenue in 2020, with $13.9 billion in sales.
A Chinese animator who recently adapted the classic Chinese fantasy novel "Journey to the West" has expressed how important it is for animators to try to retell traditional stories in a way that contributes to the Chinese filmmaking aesthetic.
Over the past few days, a half-faced gold mask has caused a sensation. It has sparked creativity among China's internet users and spawned a wide range of popular memes.
Scholars and experts are working hard to save documents, images and memories related to groundbreaking murals painted in 1979 at Beijing Capital International Airport.
Northwest China's Xi'an city has been drawing on advanced experience from the rest of the world to facilitate investment, improve its business environment, and develop hardcore technologies, in a bid to build a high-standard pilot Free Trade Zone (FTZ).
Figures released by the Ministry of Civil Affairs show that about 92 million adults in China live alone.
As the world's two largest economies, each with different social systems, China and the U.S. should look at the big picture and adopt a broadminded approach to bilateral relations, with determination as well as patience.
A new documentary by British filmmaker Arthur Jones and set for Chinese release in April, reveals the untold story of six Chinese survivors on the doomed ocean liner Titanic, which sank more than a hundred years ago.
Law professor Luo Xiang brings the topic of criminal law studies to life through creative storytelling and witty remarks in his online videos.
Two unique Peking Opera comic shows were performed in Beijing on March 13 and 14 following the completion of a significant opera training program.