Qu Huai gained more from his involvement in the 2008 Beijing Olympics than impressive experience to put on his resume - it helped to transform him from someone who was unfit and had a round belly into a muscular athlete.
A young construction worker decided to swap big wages in the city to embark on a new career as a postman in the remote mountain village where he was born.
Groups of worshippers arrived at Guiyuan Temple in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei province, on February 23, 2015, the fifth day of the Lunar New Year, to throw coins for good luck.
China announced Wednesday it would encourage private investment in the elderly care service industry to help with its aging population.
China's air force will soon commission the J-10B fighter jet, the most advanced military aircraft the country has ever developed on its own, information released by military observers show.
Annual sessions of the National People's Congress and National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
China's anti-corruption drive will neither cease nor decelerate in the new year, the top anti-corruption body announced on the first working day after the Chinese New Year holiday.
Issues to be discussed at the annual sessions of the national legislature and top political advisory body are the most complicated and challenging in more than a decade, according to observers.
A draft proposal for China's first anti-terrorism law was reviewed by lawmakers on Wednesday and, if approved, is likely to accelerate improvements in the management of aviation airspace to guard against terrorist attacks
Global terrorism should not be a warrant for retreat on citizens' rights, and China's first Counter Terrorism Law sends a welcome signal in this regard.
A moderately prosperous society, reform, rule of law, Party discipline -- these "Four Comprehensives" are Xi Jinping's blueprint for China's future.
Special training sessions will be arranged to extend the all-round professional capabilities of China's firefighters and further guard their safety, according to experts.