Einar Tangen, political and economic affairs commentator, shares his views on China's recent development and financial future, with Belt and Road Initiative as one of the highlights.
British Beijing expat Nick Kingston-Smith shares his thoughts on the changing Beijing landscape in the footballing and bar scenes which he has been immersed in.
Kong Xiangkai, the 75th generation in the lineal descent of Confucius, believes Confucianism has been woven into the fabric of modern life and is still relevant today.
Over the last five years, China reduced the number of rural residents living in poverty by more than 13 million annually, achieving a miracle in the history of global poverty relief.
The culture of milk tea is strongly rooted in the life of Mongolians, hence the reason why so much value is placed on the process and materials for making milk tea.
Over the past five years, the CPC Central Committee with Xi Jinping at its core has taken numerous measures to ensure and improve people's livelihood.
Wang Meiying, a 50-year-old Chinese writer, expresses her ambition for her works to reach a global audience during an interview with China.org.cn.
In recent years, Chinese millennials have swapped their parents' rose-colored glasses for a darkershade of black comedy known as "sàng culture."
He is not as well-known as Walt Disney's favorite characters, but in China the love for him has endured almost since Donald Duck hit the screen.
In the past few years, learning Chinese has become a new craze in the world.
Mid-Autumn Festival falls on Wednesday this year. For Chinese, the day may not be complete without eating a mooncake with family while gazing at the full moon.
Tracing the footprints of Chinese laborers along the First Transcontinental Railroad, photographer Li Ju brings a new spotlight to their forgotten history.
With China's National Day holiday week beginning on Oct 1, the battle of potential blockbusters for the lucrative vacation market is about to begin.
The assistant director of the Chinese adaptation of "Jekyll & Hyde" said homegrown musicals can one day catch up to Broadway.
Desertification, "the cancer of the earth," is not just an environmental problem. It is also a social and economic one.