Mo Yan's Noble Prize might ignite an explosion of global interest in Chinese literature.
Yang Jie, a customs officer at Guangzhou Baiyun Airport, is the only customs worker selected to be a delegate for the 18th CPC National Congress, to be held on Nov 8.
Most people listen to music on their smartphones, MP3 players or tablets. But some prefer vinyl records, Wu Yiyao finds out in Shanghai.
Li Xiangqun's first solo show in 34 years of career ran for only 4 days at the National Art Museum of China. And it presented only a handful of sculptures.
He introduced the concept of the highly acclaimed Impression show series, large-scale open-air performance with the real landscape as part of the show.
Wen Fang partners with underprivileged women to transform their traditional needlework into contemporary artwork.
Death is Chen Jiao's life. The 25-year-old embalmer believes she shares a special relationship with those she prepares for funerals.
Adventurer, researcher and Great Wall expert Dong Yaohui is penning the ancient bulwark's most comprehensive chronicle.
The National Day holiday saw about 50 Russian families travel to Beijing, many on their first visit to China.
Jin Qianying, 73, and her 80-year-old husband Wang Binglian have lived in a ward in the inpatient department of the Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital of Jiaxing City, Zhejiang province, for almost 20 years as Wang relies on hemodialysis to survive since he suffered renal failure. Jin refuses to leave her husband's side and she has lived in the hospital with him all these years, taking care of him.
On a September afternoon, a young man walked out of a toy store with a bag in his hand, heading quickly toward the post office in Zhuanghe, a small port city in Northeast China's Liaoning province.
Dressed in an olive green army uniform, a middle-aged man jumps about with a toy gun in his hand, relishing his childhood memory of pretending to be a soldier.