An expert suggests China build an international standards system to promote TCM products going global.
Three decades have passed since the American fast food chain Kentucky Fried Chicken set up its first Chinese outlet in Beijing in the late 1980s.
Winning three out of four categories, Beijing was crowned the best sports city in China in 2016.
The National Museum of China has surpassed the Louvre to become the most popular museum in the world.
Wu Yuemeng, a primary school teacher of Chinese folk music, has dedicated the past 18 years to carrying on the country’s musical legacy among the younger generation.
The Ruan, a stringed musical instrument dating back more than 2,000 years ago, is being revived through the relentless efforts of Xu Yang, musician and professor of the Central Conservatory of Music.
Hotpot, with a history of more than 1,900 years, is a typical Chinese delicacy. During the Qing Dynasty (1644-1912), hotpot was not only popular among common folks but also favored by the imperial family.
President Xi Jinping's visit to Russia and Germany from July 3 to 8 is a significant trip which aims to remove the obstacles affecting the development of the Eurasian Continent, build interconnections and foster inclusiveness.
Jiangcaipujun Renboqie, the 15th Living Buddha in Qinghai Province, recently talked with media about wisdom and vision on life and death.
China's top 10 catering brands in 2016 were announced at an event dubbed as the domestic catering industry's "Oscars."
In recent years, Beijing has been building more public green spaces, including many parks along rivers and roads. What benefits have they brought? Let's listen to what citizens are saying.
An increase in racial tensions throughout the U.S. in recent years has led to an extremely difficult situation at the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington.
While City Gate, Open Up does contain sections that the average reader curious about China in the decades after Liberation will find engaging, much of the book seems rather self-indulgent.
The world is watching the largest ruling party in the world march toward its first centenary goal.
WeChat stopped its tipping function on IOS to ensure compliance with Apple's new terms. If users had to choose between iPhone and WeChat, which one would they choose?