Wang Huan, the headmistress of Shijia Education Group, promoted a new pedagogic approach during her lecture in response to the ongoing transformation of China's educational concepts.
The world is waiting to hear more fresh ideas from the five BRICS countries.
A former Chinese diplomat recalls the old days when she worked as the interpreter for the country's founding leaders.
Alibaba Group invited pop superstar Taylor Swift and other heavyweight Chinese stars to a dazzling gala to promote online sales.
Zhou Yipeng, an associate professor from the East China University of Technology in Jiangxi Province, shares his experience on uranium mining research during an interview with China.org.cn on Oct. 25.
In this episode of China's Changemakers, we sit down with the NZ Ambassador to China, Clare Fearnley, to discover how NZ companies are making a success of doing business in China.
This year, the total floor space for the Business Exhibition and Country Exhibition expanded to 360,000 square meters from 300,000 square meters, and more Fortune 500 enterprises and industry leaders joined in.
Member countries of the European Union have sent a high-level delegation to the ongoing 2nd China International Import Expo, vying for further cooperation.
Legendary Chinese playwright Tang Xianzu was born in Fuzhou during the Ming Dynasty. Today, Tang's hometown is honoring him by connecting to the world through his most famous plays.
A press conference was held Friday morning to introduce issues related to the fourth plenary session of the 19th Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee.
Fireworks made of gunpowder had a long history. In ancient China, gunpowder was also used for powering and illuminating puppetry, performed especially in festivities such as temple fairs.
Research shows the number of post-90s consumers of insomnia treatment products exceeded all other age groups. So, what is stealing their sleep?
By establishing national parks, China integrates ecological conservation with sustainable development, sparing no effort to pass on the valuable natural heritage to future generations.
An ancient tea route from China's southern Fujian province via Mongolia to Russia is expected to be revived, according to a three-day international forum that opened in Nanping, Fujian province, on Oct. 26.
Some experts have suggested that the "home leave" policy is out of date and that it should be removed. These suggestions have sparked heated debate among citizens.