Famous Folklores in Zhejiang
Located in the south of the Yangtze River Delta Zhejiang Province is a...
Glorious Cultures in Zhejiang
With a long history of development, Zhejiang is one of the cradles of ancie...
Amazing village snow scenery in NE China
A bird's eye view shows winter scenery of a farm with smoke curling up from...
May all your springs be white
A sea of perfumed narcissus is coming into full bloom in the Shanghai Binjiang F...
Beijing subway overtakes Moscow as busiest
Beijing 's subway lines have surpassed Moscow to become the world 's busiest a...
Beijing to construct Subway Line 16 in March
The construction of Subway Line 16 will begin in March this year, according to a...
Myths and mountains
The southern brae of the Himalayas in Nepal offers trekkers landscapes and glimpses of faith that resonate across time.Mustang was a caldron...
Smog disrupts Beijing traffic, flights
BEIJING, Feb.17 (Xinhua) -- Fresh smog shrouded Beijing and some other provinces in China early on Sunday, disrupting highway traffic...
Crickets, walnuts and more in Qingta Hutong
Cricket songs are loved around the world but particularly in China, people keep...
Quaint town is home to hidden treasures
Boiling hot summers attract the bugs, bitterly cold winters bring frost and rain...
Xinjiang tourism booms in 2012
Northwest China 's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region saw booming tourism in 2012, with tourist arrivals reaching 48.6 million, sources from t...
Police urged to improve service for travellers
Police officers at all levels were urged to improve their work style and offer b...
A Dreadlock holiday
A daredevil diver hangs from his lofty perch before plunging into the sea far below at Rick 's Cafe. Photos by Tym Glaser / China Daily J...
Lhasa welcomes 6.5 mln tourists in 2012
LHASA, Jan. 23 (Xinhua) -- Lhasa, capital of southwest China 's Tibet Autonomous Region, received 6.5 million tourists in 2012, regional t...
Migrant workers share stories through hands
Substructure" by CYJO in collaboration with the charity Com... Read more