Indian dancers experience the Spring Festival Gala

How does it feel to take part in China's Spring Festival Gala? And what's it like visiting Beijing? We spoke to a dancer from India about her time in China so far.

Kung fu girls send New Year greetings

Girls from China's Shaolin Tagou Martial Arts School send Spring Festival greetings with a kung fu show.

Russian dancers' Spring Festival greetings

Russian dancers share their feelings about taking part in China's Spring Festival Gala, and offer their wishes for a happy New Year.

Xi visits Heshun Ancient Town and greets visitors

"She's busy preparing for the Spring Festival at home," replied Chinese President Xi Jinping when being asked by a visitor if Professor Peng Liyuan came along.

Luxury hotel group helps transform desert into destination

For most Chinese people, the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region and much of northwest China still evoke images of barren earth and drifting dunes.

How U.S. farmers are reacting to a potential China-U.S. trade deal

A phase one trade agreement between China and the U.S. is set to be signed in Washington this week.

Green Travel: Meet bamboo bike mechanic Mowgli

"Bamboo bike for me is like, it's not just my job. It's also something I am really passionate about," he said.

Chinese young man takes videos of 70 glaciers

A Chinese young man who has shot videos of 70 glaciers over the past seven years in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, was invited to demonstrate his works at the 25th United Nations Climate Change Conference held in Madrid, Spain on December 6, 2019.

Three 'suns' appear on the sky over northeast China

Residents in the city of Fuyu, northeast China's Jilin Province were thrilled to see three "suns" in the sky on the last day of 2019.

Polish Christmas Bazaar in Beijing

For the third year in a row, Beijing's Polish community has hosted one of the city's most popular pre-Christmas events.

Chinese icebreaker Xuelong-2 recovers sea-based buoys in Antarctica

China's first domestically made polar icebreaker Xuelong-2 has recently placed and recovered buoys from the seabed in Antarctica's Prydz Bay.

World's largest Chinese classic garden completed in the U.S.

The expansion of Liu Fang Yuan or Garden of Flowing Fragrance in Southern California's San Gabriel Valley was completed after 14 years of construction. 

Highlights of the 2nd Hainan Island International Film Festival

The 2nd Hainan Island International Film Festival has kicked off in Sanya. 

See how smart a public toilet can be

Finding a toilet, especially a clean one, is not always easy. 

China launches twin BeiDou navigation satellites

China successfully sent a pair of BeiDou-3 navigation satellites into space via a single carrier rocket on Saturday.

One in a Billion - A Family Rising out of Poverty

Lv Yupan lives with her family in Baiyantu Village, Horinger of Inner Mongolia. They grow fruits and vegetables in their own courtyard. They used to be reluctant to spend money on expensive food like meat. 

One in a Billion - Caring for the Future

Li Lailai has been conducting research on policies related to environmental protection since 1994. She is an expert at low-carbon and environmental protection who has participated in lots of international meetings and has visited many countries.

One in a Billion - A Family of Sportspeople

Wang Changlin is a doctor at the medical clinic at the Muxiyuan Sports School under the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Sports. He deals with athletes' injuries and recovery.

One in a Billion - Regreening China

Lin Kuocheng works for The Nature Conservancy, responsible for the Inner Mongolia project. Inner Mongolia stands right on the critical Northern Sand-Control Belt.

One in a Billion - Toilet Revolution

Humans have been using toilets for thousands of years. The flush toilet was invented four hundred years ago. China’s first Tourism Toilet Revolution came in 2003. 

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