China's meteorological authority issued a blue alert, the lowest level in a four-color warning system, for rainstorms in the south from Sunday to Monday.
The Orchid Pavilion is famous for A Preface to the Orchid Pavilion Poems, written by Wang Xishi. Today, it remains a popular venue for festivals celebrating the art of fine calligraphy.
When the wind blew into his studio in 1963 and flipped one of his sketches over onto the floor, it turned a new page for Liu Kuo-sung's painting career.
One day late in 2005, a man from South Korea came to a three-story house in the Nankai district of Tianjin, where Chen, a struggling comic-book artist, had his office.
John Ross, senior fellow, Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University, analyzes the Chinese middle class in relation to both China and the Western world.
China marks the annual National Day for Helping the Disabled on May 19, 2013, the third Sunday in May. Following is a collection of stories related to the disabled people in China.
World-watchers say China's expanding middle class will become the most influential bloc on this planet very soon.
Former news correspondent Edith Coron uses her international experience to advise executives how to understand and manage relations between people from different countries.
A man who allegedly made false bomb threats that affected flights in five Chinese cities was caught on Friday afternoon in Yancheng City of east China's Jiangsu Province.
Whatever your taste, free concerts in the grand hall of People's Square metro station in Shanghai have been offering a diverse range of music.
The headquarters of the Red Cross Society of China (RCSC) has received 135 million yuan ($22 million) in donations for Lushan earthquake victims, according to a statement released Friday.
Chinese mainland and Taiwan police have jointly busted 73 gangs who were duping Taiwanese citizens out of money over the phone, the mainland's Ministry of Public Security (MPS) said on Friday.