Cha Risu, a Mongolian craftsman, has persisted in making Morin Khuur (also known as the horsehead fiddle) for 17 years.
Over the past five years, the CPC Central Committee with Xi Jinping as the core has taken numerous measures to ensure and improve people's livelihood.
An increasing number of people in China are making their daily purchases using smartphones instead of cash.
In an interview with China.org.cn and CTIS, Mr. Lin Wusun, now 89, talked about his career of translation and international communication.
A Chinese motorcycle stunt performing team are trying to challenge a Guinness world record as well to support their families.
The Sept. 19 earthquake in Central Mexico has made headlines around the world—here are several facts and stories that you may have missed.
A documentary reflecting the prevalence of plastic surgery among women around the world has aroused public awareness on how women have been misguided by commercial hype.
This is the aerial view of two tunnels under the Yellow River on the central route of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project in Zhengzhou City, Henan Province.
A growing medical program from cosmetic giant SEPHORA is bringing hope to many children in remote areas of China born with a disfiguring cleft lip and palate.
The Tibetan mastiff, once a highly-desirable accessory for rich Chinese people to show off their wealth, has lost its charm. A once-hot market has turned freezing cold.
When an agricultural product that has made local people rich is found to cause damage to the environment, is there any way to have the best of both worlds?
"Dirty street" in Sanlitun was once famous for cheap food and drinks until the Beijing government launched a citywide campaign to block unauthorized business openings in the walls of residential buildings.
Tianyi Market, Beijing's largest small commodities wholesale market, officially ended its 25-year life on Friday with thousands of shoppers enjoying their last chance of a cheap shopping spree.
A bluebook report identifying China's relative weak competitiveness in wooing global talents as well as containing proposals for measures to improve was released.
A report that a father spent 50 days trekking nearly 2,000 km with his young son along a dangerous road to Tibet has sparked great controversy.