Chinese companies working in Africa are finding that environmental requirements also offer huge opportunities.
Muslims keep their traditions and mingle with neighbors, report Yang Yang and Feng Zhiwei in Taojiang, Hunan province.
Central and local governments are pouring money and expertise to protect and preserve traditional art forms in the Tibet autonomous region.
The Quannengshen sect was banned in China nearly 20 years ago, but it made national headlines after its followers were arrested for murdering a woman.
China's leading universities are reaching out to students from disadvantaged rural backgrounds in an attempt to promote equality in education.
The first generation of female students to enroll at China's first and best-known military academy not only struck a blow for women's rights, but also played a major role in defeating the Japanese during World War II, as Zhao Xu reports.
Major Chinese clubs are helping to reverse a decline in domestic soccer by backing local academies.
As China's Confucius Institute celebrates its 10th anniversary, its influence is being felt not only in language tuition, but also in fields as diverse as medicine and the arts.
New funding measures being pioneered in Wenzhou, East China's Zhejiang province, may ease tensions between medical staff and patients.
China's hospitals have been revolutionized by a group of former low-level practitioners from a small city in Fujian province, report Sun Li and Hu Meidong in Fuzhou.
Hainan province is one of China's most popular tourist destinations, but the authorities are facing a dilemma as they try to safeguard the mangrove forest.
Despite the national team failing to qualify, soccer-related articles dominate the Internet, television, radio, newspapers and social networking sites.