In the Chinese zodiac, 2018 is the Year of the Dog. To celebrate, China.org.cn filmed an exhibition in Beijing themed around the zodiac and the ties between humans and dogs.
With the approach of Chinese New Year, it's interesting to remind oneself of the many Chinese communities that exist outside of China.
This year's Spring Festival falls on Feb. 16 and the holiday will last for a week. China.org.cn invited international experts to share their perspective on the annual holiday.
Tang Wei, a master in the art of celadons, has tried hard to preserve the time-honored culture and tradition of the ceramics in Quzhou City.
The "Happy Chinese New Year" celebrations have been staged in a great number of countries such as Britain, Germany, Hungary, Turkey, Nepal, Laos and Rwanda.
69-year-old Xia Boyu has never given up his dream of reaching the top of Mount Qomolangma, even after losing his legs to frostbite after his first climbing mission in 1975.
The "Happy Chinese New Year" gala, one of the China's large cultural exchange activities, has raised its curtains around the world.
A young deliveryman was invited to meet Chinese premier in Beijing on Jan. 31 because of a message he left half a year ago.
As the Spring Festival draws near, left-behind children in a small village in Liaoning province voice their wishes for the new year.
Government officials from Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan and Turkey met in Beijing on Feb. 6 to promote the construction of the Trans-Caspian East-West Trade and Transit Corridor.
Sun Chuyang, a seven-year-old boy in Taizhou, Zhejiang Province, has risen to stardom by becoming the world's youngest certified yoga coach.
A grand ritual ceremony was held to greet the beginning of spring in Miaoyuan Village in Quzhou City, Zhejiang Province, on Feb.4.
Mo Huanjing, the 35-year-old nanny who set fire in her employer's home killing four members of the family, faced the first hearing of her second trial in Hangzhou on Thursday.
A university psychology researcher in Beijing attributes the psychological disorder he has suffered since childhood to his controlling parents and vows to break his kinship ties with them, whom he has not spoken to for 6 years.
China's first nuclear radiation victim Song Xuewen hopes his story can draw more public attention to the plight of other survivors.