An elite cohort of outstanding Chinese students completing their studies overseas were recognised by the Chinese Ministry of Education's China Scholarship Council.
China's movie animators muster forces to match Hollywood
On a crowded train in Beijing's subway, a young woman is leaning against the wall and playing Temple Run on her smartphone. A man beside her is blasting zombies on his tablet computer, while nearby another's thumbs are frantically negotiating an avatar through a digital assault course.
Twelve people were killed and two others injured in a colliery gas explosion on Friday evening in Southwest China's Guizhou province.
A photo of Mao Zedong relaxing in a wicker chair against a scenic backdrop of Lushan Mountain has fetched 340,000 yuan ($55,300) at auction, 10 times the pre-sale estimate.
The 2013 World Landscape Art Exposition kicked off in Jinzhou, Liaoning Province, on Friday, after attracting more than 300 artists from home and abroad.
Zou Yan, 42, from Beijing, is a volunteer sent by independent international development organization VSO to Kenya in March 2012.
A controversial chemical project in Kunming, the capital of Yunnan province, is still under discussion, and evaluations will continue until a deadline in July.
The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) is to hold an exhibition this autumn, bringing together more than 70 Chinese painting masterpieces created over a 1200-year period.
China's local health organs have been instructed to step up flu monitoring as part of the country's efforts to fight H7N9 flu, according to a government document issued Friday.
The first question people paralyzed in the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake asked was how they would live without being able to walk. Later, they wondered how they would make love.
Ten years ago, government-backed NGOs started to send Chinese volunteers overseas. The number of volunteers dovoting their time and energy is rising.