Volunteering to teach Chinese in Tanzania was Zhang Liping's chance to finally see the world. She never thought it would transform her career so dramatically.
Since March 2018, when the first batch of customized trains carrying Russian timber arrived in Chengdu, Sichuan province, the railway express linking Chengdu and Moscow has been running smoothly.
On June 2, China released a white paper titled "China's Position on the China-U.S. Economic and Trade Consultations."
Mangzhong (or Grain in Ear) is the third solar term of summer in the twenty-four solar terms. It signifies the beginning of mid-summer.
In a viral video, Little Tangyuan is boxing with her brother. Just in an open space and wearing simple gear, she is agile, and her punches look quite professional for an 8-year-old.
"Avengers: Endgame" ended its theatrical run in Chinese cinemas with a host of box office records.
Advertising firm CEO Kris Fu said ads should balance commercial purposes and popular appeal, in a recent interview with China.org.cn.
At the International Horticulture Exhibition in Yanqing district of Beijing, tourists can visit the pavilions, smell the flowers, and taste different cultures.
Watching online 4K ultra HD movies, enjoying real-time immersive experiences through VR glasses, trying the 5g-based driverless car……such scenarios will become popular attractions on the upcoming 3rd World Intelligence Congress.
The Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations (CDAC) was convened in Beijing this month. Focusing on the keyword "civilization," participants shared their experiences on governance, and discussed such topics as the diversity of civilizations.
An ethnic minority in Yunnan's mountainous area steps out of poverty.
A lost tradition of wearing facial tattoos for women from the Derung ethnic group.
An exhibition of Asian craftsmanship being displayed at the National Library of China in Beijing from May 16 to 28, is evoking memories of the region's past glory and prosperity along the Silk Road, and beyond.
In promoting interaction, dialogue and harmony among civilizations, East Asia is setting an example for other parts of the world, a South Korean expert said on Wednesday.
Panel participants at the ongoing CDAC agreed that educational cooperation can boost exchange in other sectors to promote the parallel development of civilizations.