President Xi Jinping visits the Sijiqing Nursing Home in Haidian district. He spoke with choir members in the music room. Li Xueren / Xinhua
The public hailed President Xi Jinping after a man-of-the-people appearance at a steamed dumplings restaurant in Beijing on Saturday.
More than 500 lawmakers in Central China's Hunan province have been disqualified, dismissed or have resigned over electoral fraud, the provincial legislature announced on Saturday.
A new vogue among China's rich is trading the relatively relaxing sport of golf for grueling races in which they can flash cash for opportunities to post online photos of themselves crossing finish lines, dribbling sweat.
Braving cold rain, more than 3,000 people paid their respects to Hong Xiannu (1925-2013), a renowned Cantonese opera actress, at a farewell ceremony held in Guangzhou, provincial capital of Guangdong province, on Dec 17.
Alex Olah's wife's first reaction when he suggested considering teaching English in China was: "Are you crazy?" That was years before the 67-year-old Australian who'd retired from the Australian Trade Commission recently published a book on the topic.
More than 700 families work to sort through tons of recyclable material in a little village. Wang Jing visits it.
After pouring millions of yuan into his business, Li Jinsong said his company, which had been running at a loss for the past six years, can now see the light at the end of the tunnel.
While our giggling group did not necessarily walk the straight and narrow after a long, long lunch at Tapagria, we were definitely weaving a little down Hong Kong's busiest thoroughfare.
Veteran Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama's first solo exhibition in China is ongoing at Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA Shanghai).
The best job in the world? Forget the island caretaker on Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Here's a more appealing offer: sleeping 20 hours and working a maximum of 30 minutes a day, having every third day off, free lodging and food, and generous retirement benefits. Any requirements? Applicants must be cute, fluffy and, above all, a koala.
Roger Federer on Friday became the latest marquee player to exploit tennis's rich heritage when he named former world No 1 and six-time major winner Stefan Edberg as part of his coaching team.