Arxan in north China's Inner Mongolia has cast off poverty by developing eco-tourism and industries that suit its local conditions. Now the whole town has developed its own featured tourist industry.
The 3rd China International Import Expo (CIIE) is scheduled to run from Nov. 5-10 in Shanghai. Join our reporter to have a sneak peek at the impressive 30,000-square-meter automobile exhibition hall.
Flocking to this year's China International Import Expo are returnees from past expos as well as new faces, signaling a vote of confidence in China's further opening-up.
The new, "dual-circulation" development architecture is a roadmap for China's long-term overall economic development.
Abdukahar Sadir works as a sheep breeder for a farm. Though his tasks so far have been simple, he has been learning a lot and feeling fulfilled.
An Ewenki reindeer herder is dedicated to preserving the reindeer culture in the Greater Hinggan Mountains of northeast China.
Desheng village in Hebei province has won the battle against poverty by developing local business based on its conditions.
An ambitious TV series made in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China will hit China's households next year.
An aboriginal singer, who gained three awards at the 31st Golden Melody Awards, is hoping people can better understand minority peoples.
As the most important activity in a series of commemorative events, an exhibition titled "Everlasting Splendor: Six Centuries at the Forbidden City" is being held at the Palace Museum in Beijing.
China's best-known director Zhang Yimou has three films ready to go and one film in the making, making him one of the most hard-working, efficient and prolific filmmakers in China.
A documentary portraying (Florence) Yeh Chia-ying, one of China's most prominent sinologists and ancient poetry researchers, opened recently in Shanghai.
With Chinese films grossing nearly $592 million during the National Day holiday, studios recently announced a raft of new projects and release dates.
Mentally disabled young people, like those living with autism, should have the courage and confidence in leading decent lives by their own efforts, Qian Linyong, a businessman-turned-philanthropist said in an interview.
The exhibition of Regong Thangka paintings made its debut at 798 Art Zone in Beijing on October 1. Nearly 100 exquisite Thangka works are being displayed, presenting the enthralling Tibetan art and culture nurtured at the source of the Yellow River.