The frenzied construction of green areas in China is putting the balance of natural ecosystems at risk, largely on account of three major oversights in landscape planning.
Around 80 Chinese and African youth delegates visited Zhongguancun Science Park Friday. The delegation is in Beijing attending the third annual China-African Youth Festival.
Chinese filmmakers believe the country needs new cultural symbols to better influence and satisfy the world's curiosity for China.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia kicked off last week. You can spot a large number of Chinese brands and China-made products on and off the field although China's national team failed to qualify for the tournament.
Ray Dalio published his new book "Principles" in China and director Ye Fei shares insights on the billionaire investor and the book in her short documentary.
Every movement and fine detail of the first Trump-Kim meeting has been dissected online. For one, during lunch, they shared a specialty that originated in China -- Yangzhou fried rice.
In honor of China-India friendship and in celebration of the Dragon Boat Festival, a joint stage show featuring cultural performances from both countries was held in Kolkata.
The nostalgia for old Beijing has inspired Chen Lihua to spend 10 years recreating replica ancient walls and gate towers using red sandalwood and dark woods.
Zhejiang province since 2003 has pushed to improve its rural living environment, setting a successful example for the country to create beautiful, clean and tidy villages in rural areas.
Chinese actress Li Bingbing revealed in Shanghai that she nearly died while shooting the sci-fi horror film "The Meg" underwater.
Zharan is a unique and traditional tie-dyeing technique. The secret of zharan is to restrict the dye from reaching certain areas of the cloth.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of China's economic reform of 1978. China.org.cn spoke with locals on the streets of Beijing about the policy and its influence on the country today.
After finding success in the economic boom of China's major cities in the 1990s and 2000s, the son of a reform pioneer brings the spirit of reform and opening up back to the village of Xiaogang, where it all began.
Speaking in an interview at the Young Icebreaker annual gathering in London, U.K. businessman Gerry Grimstone spoke positively of China-U.K. investment relations and of the future of market reform.
A young art start-up company has decked out venues across Shanghai with 3D murals, adding depth to the face of the metropolis.