Qiu Miaojin's first novel is effective in creating a sense of angst-ridden isolation but ultimately doesn't have enough to make it a compelling read.
Chinese rocker Wang Feng hired a British team to produce a documentary showcasing his life story, musical journey and his closely scrutinized romance with movie star Zhang Ziyi.
China SCIO has compiled a series of infographics to summarize the country's achievements made in the past five years, ranging from economic transformation to projects that keep changing people's lives.
Jude Woodward, advisor to the Mayor of London from 2000 to 2008, insists that Indian troops crossing into Chinese territory from Bhutan is a serious provocation.
The incursion by Indian troops into Chinese territory in June has provoked confrontation across the border between the two countries. The standoff has lasted over a month with no signs of ending.
StarTimes' new project is a fruit of one of the resolutions of the 2015 summit of Forum On China-Africa Cooperation, in which the Chinese government pledged to provide satellite TV in 10,000 African villages.
Take a look at China's box office performance in the first half of 2017 in the chart.
"Wolf Warrior 2" has become the biggest Chinese film of all time and its producer tells China.org.cn that this is a triumph of the "Chinese Dream."
A new book by a British author examines the factors that could cause a breakdown in Sino-US relations and exposes the fallacies behind them.
Chen Xin and his colleagues have worked very hard in the past scorching months to ensure normal operation of all vehicles in a bus company.
Being a major project in implementing the Belt and Road Initiative, the China-Laos railway brings massive changes to Laos.
Traffic congestion in 77 percent of Chinese cities has significantly eased in the second quarter compared to last year.
The Communist Party of China will hold its 19th Party Congress later this year, which occurs once every five years.
Two State-owned oil giants led the list of top 500 Chinese enterprises released on July 31 by the Fortune China.
A medical officers' team led by Doctor Mu Jinsong made a nine-day trip to mountainous villages in the Tibet Autonomous Region to provide free medical consultation and treatment for local people.