Vladimir Ganin, a 49-year-old Russian oil painter, and his violinist wife Anna, have been committed to teaching in Yueyang City, Hunan Province, for 15 years.
A foreign aviation expert in the noise control field shares his green vision for the future in an interview with China.org.cn.
For an aging population in a densely packed city, many of Beijing's older citizens can be quite physically active.
The world's largest radio telescope, nicknamed Tianyan, is a boon to astronomy and local tourism.
Nikola Vasilyevich Dusan, a 70-year-old Russian ophthalmologist, has been a bringer of light and an envoy of friendship between China and Russia for 15 years.
A serious case of internet pornography has been solved, marking major progress in China's ongoing nationwide campaign to purify the online environment.
Guizhou, a southwestern province in China, has set a trailblazing example of what can be achieved in its efforts to eradicate poverty despite obstacles.
China has been riding high on this year's shared-bicycle craze, but as sidewalks overflow with the two-wheeled contraptions, are local people back-pedaling on their enthusiasm?
Despite government efforts to ensure care for the terminally ill, some hurdles need to be cleared to achieve full-fledged development of China’s hospice care sector.
In recent years, Wuzhishan, a city in China's Hainan Province, has developed a new landmark known as organic tea gardens.
A CH-4 drone will be on the lookout for forest fires in the Greater Khingan Mountains following a deal inked on Sunday.
Hainan, China's southernmost island famous for its tourism, has stepped up efforts in ecological protection, and is now attracting flocks of birds to a 3-million-square-meter wetland park.
Online food delivery is a booming market in China. China.org.cn chew over the difficult situation faced by Beijing's food couriers.
Hainan, a province famous for its tropical scenery and tourism, actually possesses a vast reservoir of crafts and folk arts. Now, it is striving to tap its cultural vitality through pottery.
Why does China build so many elevated high-speed railways? The answer rests on the characteristics of the surface above which they run.