Nigerian Raymond Eyo, a Ph.D. candidate at Shandong University of Finance and Economics, recounted his experiences in China as he participated in the 7th China-Africa Youth Festival.
China has been holding the vision of joining hands with other countries to benefit all humanity in present days, so as to build a community of shared future for mankind that features lasting peace and common prosperity.
A new documentary film titled "Rooting" provides a close-up view of China's poverty alleviation campaign, which has gained global attention for its remarkable success.
The Japanese animated sports film "The First Slam Dunk" is set to significantly boost the Chinese film market and become a cultural phenomenon of the year.
The awards ceremony of the 2022 "Tell China's Stories" video contest was held in Weihai, eastern China's Shandong province, on Thursday, gathering more than 200 representatives.
As we celebrate the 13th International Day of Human Space Flight, China.org.cn reviews key milestones in China's manned space program over the past three decades.
China's renowned Ying Gallery is showcasing a stunning collection of artworks at the Peninsula Beijing, in collaboration with the prestigious Art Fair in Hotel (AFIH) Beijing.
The 2023 Crabapple Cultural Festival opened at the Former Residence of Soong Ching Ling in Beijing. Diplomats from various countries were invited to savor the traditional Chinese culture.
For 35 years, China has been exploring and innovating in Hainan, becoming more and more open in the process.
Mohammed Saqib, secretary-general of India China Economic and Cultural Council, discusses Chinese-style modernization, China's economy and its impact on the world.
Media mogul Yue-Sai Kan has published her autobiography in China, summarizing her remarkable life and looking forward to the future.
Dive into China XYZ's latest episode, where we bring together a diverse panel to examine the film's impact and decode its powerful messages.
Kung fu megastar Jackie Chan has pledged to continue acting for his fans worldwide, regardless of age or pain, with his new film reflecting his long career.
"Dream weavers" like Zhang Jiantao are not rare in rural China. Rural education largely relies on these ordinary people with extraordinary minds.
In an interview with China.org.cn, Josef Gregory Mahoney, professor of Politics and International Relations at East China Normal University, discusses China's whole-process people's democracy and path to modernization, among other topics.