We asked some people to look back on 2017, and tell us what changes they hope to make in the year ahead.
China's ovum shortage has affected families suffering from infertility.
Massive open online courses provider offers better pay for teachers and more access to quality education for students.
Hengqin is seeking to attract large numbers of skilled workers to sustain its fast development and is improving its infrastructure to increase the island's appeal.
The rapid development of industries related to big data, smart cities and artificial intelligence in Hengqin, Guangdong Province, makes the 106-square-kilometer coastal island a magnet for high-end talent.
Everything which China has achieved over the past remarkable thirty years of its growth has come through peace and prosperity. It is important that peace is the other side to the continue prosperity.
The 13th Beijing-Tokyo Forum, a major platform for nongovernmental dialogue between China and Japan, will mainly focus on building a world order that is more open, and safeguarding the peace of Asia.
Yan Jianfan, a 21-year-old student who started his own business in his first year of college, has become an enviable young entrepreneur on campus.
In China, hospice care for the terminally ill is hard to find. The practice is controversial for seeking to comfort rather than cure patients.
Thanks to the diligent work of forestry experts and workers, Saihanba in northern China has grown from a barren wasteland to a green haven in 55 years.
China is offering research and opportunities to film industries across the developing world, with an eye to making significant returns on its own cinematic investments.
You may have heard of the Singles' Day, the biggest day for online shopping in China. With much less fanfare, a celebration of something less materialistic gets underway almost one month after the frenzy.
The trial operation of automatically-steered buses from Shenzhen Bus Group Co. Ltd. is raising many questions about safety and legal issues surrounding the "driverless" approach.
Bringing online novels to the screen has become a strong trend in China as the quick adaptations have boosted the productivity of online writers. But will the model prove sustainable?
When you see Zhi Hui in real life, you wouldn't guess she models for a living.