The car-sharing company TOGO offers its users more than hassle-free car rental service.
This bicycle shop owner cares about the environment of her city more than profit of her shop. She has a unique way to spread the message.
Liu Shirui, a 54-year-old luthier from Shandong Province, is known widely for his unique skill of making erhu fiddles.
As a young man with AIDS, Liu Shi hopes more HIV carriers can speak out like him.
A variety of activities have been held across China in 2016 to mark the 400th anniversary of the deaths of the Chinese playwright Tang Xianzu and his British counterpart William Shakespeare.
Aqingbu, who lives in a small village in southwest China's Yunnan, is well known locally for his dual role as tour guide and garbage cleaner.
Liao Yuting scares people for a living. On a typical day, Liao wears gory make-up and jumps out at visitors to her haunted house.
The double concerts to celebrate legendary musician Xu Jingqing's classic songs for the popular "Journey to the West" series have been successfully held in Beijing.
Which countries suffered most from extreme weather in the past 20 years? Read the story to find out.
2016 witnessed the sad passing of a number of great Chinese cultural icons.
The ancient bronze drum finds a new rhythm in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
Wang Qicheng and Wu Yan, a couple, topped the list of Richest Self-made Chinese Under 40 with 24.5 billion yuan (US$3.55 billion).
Like many other poor Chinese towns and counties, Dahua Yao Autonomous County is striving to reduce poverty through urbanization.
Chinese TV company StarTimes is hoping to make great strides in the largely untapped African market.
404 is an isloated town in the deep Gobi desert in western China, where China started making its first nuclear bomb in the late 1950s.