Obama, Trump meet at White House

US President Barack Obama greeted President-elect Donald Trump at the White House to coordinate a smooth transfer of power after Trump scored a stunning election victory.

Tibet comes to Houston

A delegation from Tibet shared their history, life and culture through discussions, a photo exhibition, film, dance and music performance with Houston residents on Wednesday.

Crew members of high-speed trains linking Xi'an, Chengdu

Crew members of a bullet train which is to operate on the Xi'an-Chengdu High-Speed Railway, pose for pictures in front of the bullet train in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, Dec 4, 2017.

Didi Chuxing speeding ahead

Ride-hailing platform's success underlines how mobile internet technology is spawning a tide of innovation in China.

Velvet shimmers and shines this winter

As one of the most fashionable items in autumn and winter, velvet is formally back as dresses, jumpers and suits.

Xiao wows en route to first pro triumph

China's Xiao Bowen made a sensational Asian Tour debut by lifting his first professional title in nail-biting fashion in Xiamen, Fujian province, on Sunday.

1st Panda cub born in France named Yuan Meng

Brigitte Macron, wife of French President Emmanuel Macron, revealed the name of the panda baby, the first-ever cub born in the country, at a naming ceremony at a zoo in central France on Monday.

Ancient wine vessels from Palace Museum's collection

In celebration of winter, the Palace Museum in Beijing has shared a range of photos featuring its collection of wine vessels with netizens on the micro blog Sina Weibo.

Food and Travel

Wuzhen villages offer authentic rural experience

Near the ancient water town of Wuzhen, the scenic villages of Maming and Haihua provide the perfect destinations for travelers seeking a taste of authentic rural life. Xing Yi reports.

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Chinese Lunar New Year connects the dots in Chinatown

New York City organizations made a push to recognize the Chinese Lunar New Year outside of Chinatown by holding festivities on Madison Avenue, hoping to impress upon tourists and members of the New York City community the cultural significance of the Chinese Spring Festival.

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