A hobby a day helps you work, rest and play2022-07-12
As an advertising worker by day and a talk show host by night, An Di has many ways to break out of her workday routine and make life outside the office more wonderful and fulfilling.
Pakistanis discover traditional China in celebrating Spring Festival2022-02-10
As a Pakistani son-in-law in China, Murad Haider, 36, is quite familiar with the Spring Festival as he spent this Lunar New Year's Eve just like before: watching the Spring Festival Gala, making dumplings and enjoying a family reunion dinner.
Rural tourism heralds prosperity for remote Tibetan village2022-02-10
Despite the biting cold, Lhunbo Tsering's heart was filled with the warmth of joy as the 52-year-old rode his motorbike to collect his handsome dividend, braving snow-covered roads.
Shanghai cafe has a warm place in community's heart2021-11-22
When Zhu Caiping, 73, was diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment three years ago, she found that anxiety, depression and even looking down on herself became normal in her life.
Higher education creates better life for mountain villagers2021-11-01
Growing up in mountainous Xihaigu, northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, once one of China's most impoverished areas, 54-year-old Su Fa believes in knowledge. But schools were beyond the mountain, getting in her way of receiving a decent education.
Paralyzed teenager achieves university dream2021-10-11
A paralyzed Chinese teenager has grasped national headlines by being admitted to a top-notch university in Beijing for the fall semester of 2021. His enrollment symbolizes success for the disabled community who crave equal access to higher education.
Realizing Chinese dream the Italian way2021-09-16
Matteo Giovannini and his wife took a day off to chill out in downtown Beijing on his birthday. The couple was discussing where to go for the upcoming "golden week" holiday. They were having a "difficult" time choosing between Guangzhou or Hangzhou.
Chasing the dream2021-08-19
Commuters jam together in a subway carriage, tightly packed, like sardines in a can; anxiety overwhelms employees when rumors of job losses circulate in the workplace; and a young couple have a ferocious argument on the street. ...Everyday scenes, sure, but on this occasion, they have been filmed in an unorthodox manner in the TV series Remembrance of Things Past.
In tune with their talent2021-08-19
For Yalungerile, being a conductor of either a symphony orchestra or a choir is a job about musical directorship. She has the power to make decisions about the ensemble under her baton, its schedule and, most importantly, how to communicate with an audience through music.
Traditional Han clothing a major hit among Generation Z2021-06-25
Wearing a long gown with loose sleeves and elaborate embroidery while touring the ancient city wall of Xi'an, Wei Fangbing could easily pass for someone from the ancient times were it not for her smartphone.
Women push against 'body shaming'2021-06-22
Zhang Haifei said she had a "mental breakdown" when she walked onto a subway train. She burst into tears and tried to squeeze herself as far as possible into the alcove framing the door.
Surveys show young Chinese inspired by late scientists2021-06-06
China bid farewell to two remarkable scientists -- Yuan Longping, known as "the father of hybrid rice," and the country's top hepatobiliary surgeon Wu Mengchao, in May. Hundreds of millions paid respects to the deceased scientists on-site and on social networks, of whom many were young people.
Internet sensation wowed by Yao visit2021-04-13
Wang Lei's skills on the court have won him millions of fans online-but none among them so cherished by the 12-year-old as his idol, Yao Ming.
Paleontologist's passion stays rooted in the past2021-03-22
Xing Lida, 39, spends his life looking for traces of dinosaurs that went extinct more than 60 million years ago.
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