An Iranian cleric casts his ballot for the parliamentary elections at Masoumeh shrine in the city of Qom, 125 kilometers south of the Teheran, Iran, on Friday.
Zhang Yimou is humble and sincere, but the man behind him delivers an Oscar-worthy performance of the bad cop, again.
The People's Bank of China again expanded the yuan-denominated cross-border trade settlement scheme, in a move that will further promote the use of the RMB in foreign trade.
The New York Times' employees based have the opportunity to study Mandarin during lunch.
An exhibition based on Albert Einstein opened Friday in Wuhan, capital city of central China's Hubei province
A paddle surfer takes to the water near Arpoador beach in Rio de Janeiro March 1, 2012. Rio de Janeiro celebrates its 447th birthday on Thursday.
Greek choreographer and performer Athanasia Kanellopoulou takes part in the dress rehearsal of her solo dance theatre performance "Penelope: Dust in our Awakened Dreams".
Villagers who made it good across border are urged to invest at home.
A ceremony marking the official reopening of the renovated and enlarged National Museum of China was held on Thursday after a year of trial operation.
A child welfare institute in Hebei province has provided the mainland's first safe haven for abandoned newborns, an act that sparked heated debate.
Government officials are trying to set a good example by returning to the kingdom of the bicycle.
Six alleys in the favela are painted by Spanish artist group Boa Mistura as part of their "Light on the Alleys" project, which aims to modify rundown communities by using art as a tool for change in their daily lives.