When Mao Doudou and Her Sweet Days, a 36-episode light comedy about a modern Chinese couple, was dubbed in Swahili and broadcast in East African countries, Omar Ahmed became a big fan.
Media reports claiming that China's State Council has rejected a 40-trillion yuan ($6.5 trillion) urbanization plan are untrue, the chief of China's top planning agency said Friday.
Russian authorities investigated nearly 200 Chinese workers this week who are suspected of working in the country illegally.
A collection of letters and manuscripts that reveal extensive life details and literary views of Qian Zhongshu will go under the hammer in June.
Shanghai plans to launch a pilot program to regulate street performances and give performers more legal spaces to present their shows.
Premier Li Keqiang will be thrilled if he can renew a friendship with a German whom he lost contact with more than 20 years ago.
US President Barack Obama's speech on drones and counterterrorism in Washington on Thursday falls far short of my expectations.
With the sound of a traditional alphorn as background music, a Swiss family farm, Guldenberg, welcomed Premier Li Keqiang and the Chinese delegation on Friday morning.
China will never pursue temporary economic growth at the expense of environmental degradation, President Xi Jinping vowed on Friday.
China and the United States have signed a cooperation memorandum agreeing to share audit and accounting records of concerned companies.