Luo Xiying's job has cost her more than 40 pairs of shoes and four bicycles.
Thangka craftsmen have faithfully re-created Tibetan religious icons for generations, passing down the art from masters to apprentices in a heritage chain that still keeps tight links today.
Harry Potter's fans have grown up with the boy wizard over the past decade. But his final battle on big screen this summer is not the end for his fans.
I need a master's degree to do this? Lin Yu could well be asking himself the same question as the holder of an master's in engineering can frequently be seen standing in the rain, pumping water.
Wu Wenjun, a 92-year-old mathematician and academician of the Chinese Academy of Social Science, reads books on August 16, 2011.
Growing up when Michael Jordan was in his prime, Beijing native Wu You knew what he wanted to do.
Shi Guangquan once worked behind the wheel of a bus. Now he is a driving force behind the promotion of Buddhism in China.
It is now the busiest season for Zhou Gonghu, a 50-year-old cleaner of floating garbage on the longest river in China.
When Zheng Sheng tried to persuade a number of bicycle companies to sponsor his "crazy dream", almost nobody took it seriously. That crazy dream? Cycling from Shanghai to London.
At 3:00 pm, Jing Wenbin and his students set up their makeshift classroom in an open space under a bridge in Haining, Zhejiang province.
A 20-year-old girl has become an Internet star in China for giving her first kiss to a drowning old man.
Over the past year, Tang Shengnan has shifted his lens from young brides at weddings to hundreds of aged residents in Shanghai.