China's "home of longevity" will focus on tapping its health-related resources in the next three years to spur economic growth and contribute to improving the health of Chinese in other areas, officials in the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region said on Monday.
It was my good fortune recently to travel to Beijing's far-flung Pinggu district, where I was greeted by strikingly blue skies and white, cotton-puff clouds.
While there is still debate over whether the studies of Zhang Daqian (1899-1983) of the murals in Dunhuang's Mogao Grottoes damaged the art, his work during a time of war and social upheaval is much prized.
Frankie Zou will represent China in Ron Diplomatico's third annual global competition for rum-based cocktails, winning the national final last week judged on taste, technique, presentation－and meeting a seven-minute time limit.
French chefs around the world are celebrating the joie de vivre and the joy of spring on Tuesday, but they have no monopoly on the season. We've checked around China for some good eats, from nibbles to big plates to what may be the reddest cocktail we've ever seen.
Find asparagus and use it in a breakfast dish, appetizer, soup or even dessert to inspire your next cooking experiment.
Aerial photo taken on March 18, 2017 shows a peach garden in Zhuhe village of Xiaochang county, Central China's Hubei province.
This photo taken on March 19, 2017 shows the beautiful scenery after snowfall in Lhasa city, the capital of Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region.
March 16 marks the start of the spring ploughing day for many places in Tibet. Villagers in Mar village, Mar township, Doilung Dechen, Lhasa, all put on their festival costumes to celebrate this traditional day.
Veteran painter Shu Chunguang, 76, is always looking for new ways to do things.
Australian scientists have discovered a "key molecule," which can kill microbes which infect the human liver, in a breakthrough experts think could bring a malaria vaccine a step closer.
More than 10,000 gold and silver items that sank to the bottom of a river in Southwest China's Sichuan province over 300 years ago have been recovered, archeologists said Monday.