When Pang Yu was introduced to people living with HIV/AIDS at a party to celebrate Spring Festival, he felt he might encounter resistance.
Yuan Longping's dream is to have a new hybrid rice that will yield at least 15 tons of grain per hectare, and he is already halfway there.
The Chinese government has been encouraging college graduates to work at a grassroots level in the countryside.
Businessman Huang Nubo believes he has an 80-percent chance of winning approval to buy an area of northeast Iceland to build a luxury resort, he told China Daily in an exclusive interview
Fan Jinshi didn't set out to be the guardian of the treasures of the Silk Road. When she first went to Dunhuang, Gansu province, the petite archeologist never imagined she would spend a year living alone in the forsaken outpost with no running water, no electricity or even a decent toilet.
Flying back and forth between Beijing and China's southern island Hainan over the past 20 years, Chi Fulin gradually mapped out a path for the reform of the world's second-largest economy.
Explaining the law to villagers is a major challenge for Du Quantang, a grassroots prosecuting officer in Beijing's Pinggu district.
A man who died last week trying to save a drowning woman has been declared a hero by the city government.
Ye Ting, born in Huiyang, Guangdong Province in 1896 and passed away in 1946, is a great Marxist, proletarian revolutionary and military leader. He started out nationalist and went to the communists.
Some of those who took part in the Revolution of 1911 later became members of the Communist Party of China. Let's have a close look at them as the centenary of the revolution draws near: