The Internet is changing the face of giving in China as micro-philanthropy makes steady strides.
As Spring Festival celebrations end, many Chinese find it a struggle to cope with a return to regular life.
The Palace Museum is running a popular micro blog that answers questions about its building and collection.
For most children in the world, a smile is a symbol of happiness that appears without effort.
How much do you earn? Making a match isn't always romantic.
Valentine's Day confectionery sales surge with growing passion for tasty pleasures.
Although Jet Li's One Foundation is now officially registered, experts are watching closely to see whether the move will herald a trend for philanthropic organizations or just be a flash in the pan.
The video of a female Russian TV host has been sweeping the Chinese Internet, garnering more than 1 million clicks in a month.
It's a paean to parenting of the extreme kind and is likely to generate extreme responses.
The historical records of a remote village and the Caucasian features of locals suggest it may have been a settlement of defeated Roman soldiers.
Li Juyan's calligraphy collection sourced from Chinese ethnic groups is as important to him as his son.
Shu brocade is a 2,000-year-old art form that faces challenges, although its practitioners are trying to adapt to the times.