Education fever has led to skyrocketing house prices in Beijing's elite school districts where the average price has risen as high as 250,000 yuan per square meter in some places.
Will international schools in China become a wise alternative to the National Higher Education Entrance Exam to ensure promising academic futures for students?
China's birthrate is still lower than expected and even declined in some provinces despite the country relaxing its four-decade one-child policy last year, statistics showed.
In Kunming, there is a group of female bus currency counters who wear blue uniforms and count tens of thousands of small bills and coins every day.
Li's "Village Care" is located at the foot of a hill in Shangquan Village of Wu'an City. The cob houses witness the love story of a mum and her 103 "children."
Foreign coaches, who have played an important role in the development of China's ice and snow sports, are now helping Chinese athletes with their 2022 Winter Olympics dream.
Chinese smartphone makers are going abroad. Will they become internationally recognized in the near future?
As the 14-time nominee "La La Land" is set to sweep Academy Awards on Sunday, it is time to look back at the journey of imported Oscar nominees in China.
Despite China's endeavor to blacklist surrogacy businesses for ethical and medical concerns, the illicit market remains strong.
Those who believe that virtual reality will be the future of the technology world may need to think again.
Bachelors in rural Gansu Province suffer from difficulties finding a wife. It makes them become considerably in debt to pay for the engagement gift.
The United States and Russia remained the world's largest exporters of weaponry from 2012 to 2016, jointly accounting for 56 percent of arms sold on the international market.
When Ivanka Trump's daughter stood shyly in front of an array of bristle dolls in the Chinese Embassy, she was mesmerized by the craftsmanship spanning 120 years.
Dong Mingzhu, Chairwoman of Gree Electric, tops the list in Forbes China's top 100 Chinese Businesswomen of 2017.
The Chinese tradition of giving monetary gifts on wedding or funeral banquets has been around for centuries, but the hosting of various banquets has become an unbearable burden.