A list of the top 10 Chinese internet buzzwords of 2021 was recently released, reflecting Chinese people's experiences over the past year.
China's cross-border e-commerce has achieved steady development, with imports and exports totaling 886.7 billion yuan in the first half of this year.
Stars of the upcoming crime drama "Fireflies in the Sun" said that their film explores just how deep a parent's love for their children can go, even in the face of seemingly insurmountable social injustice.
This year, 76 medicines were newly added to the healthcare insurance catalog. Medical treatment insurance coverage is also being improved.
A new documentary focusing on two families and their loved ones' fight against cancer will be released next year, with box office profits going to charity, said the producers.
Convenience, freedom, escape from busy city life, passion for speed and a love of nature are the top reasons most enthusiasts give for why they like to ride motorcycles.
?A number of iconic Chinese animated characters will gather for a new animated anthology celebrating the upcoming Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics.
Democracy can be delivered in various forms, and there's more than one way to achieve it. Let's just be more inclusive and open-minded.
The Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games hits the two-month countdown today. Here is a simple guide to the 2022 Games.
?A new book was released by Tsinghua University, highlighting how this esteemed institution has committed to aesthetic education.
Perhaps, the little ping pong ball can once again make a difference in the course of global development.
A forum was held Nov. 26 in Beijing to explore ways of exporting Chinese culture abroad – including Chinese film and art – to better enhance the influence of China's soft power.
Experts call for the market to stay rational when the metaverse trend hits China.
Film producer Wang Luna told China.org.cn that her production company will continue seeking out arthouse films that balance art and commercial value, and have the power to resonate with society.
In light of China's severe lack of talents needed to repair more than 100 million damaged but treasured cultural relics, the Academy of Arts & Design at Tsinghua University is attempting to contribute its efforts by cultivating high-end restoration professionals.