New research has begun to clarify what can and cannot be said about the effects of violent gaming on young people.
While everyone in showbiz wants to make hits, Hao Yaning goes one step further and he has replicated his successful productions across multiple platforms.
The Cultural Palace of Nationalities, which was built in 1959 along Chang'an Avenue, will celebrate its reopening after a year's renovation with two cross-talk shows.
It is nearly 11 pm, yet 3-year-old Xinxin is still bouncing around the cashier counter in her parents' restaurant in Auckland city.
Looking ahead in 2013, art fans will be served up a variety of flavorsome dishes, including heavyweight opera from Verdi and Wagner, pop from Adele and tasty treats in theater...
Waterfalls, rivers, mountains and history - Detian has it all. Ye Jun recommends this picturesque village as the perfect place to rejuvenate.
The Lantern Festival marks the end of the two-week Lunar New Year celebration.
Xu Duoyu, a 29-year-old writer in Hefei, Anhui province, had a successful year in 2012, with his newly published book raking in more than 300,000 yuan ($48,000).
Known among birdwatchers as the 'holy grail', the critically endangered spoon-billed sandpiper is suffering further habitat loss.
As I felt the heavy paw on my shoulder, my mind went completely blank.
After a colorful Spring Festival break, the country is getting back to work.
While most graduates prefer to work in an office environment, some have opted to work behind a butcher's block.
It is an unusual hamlet, where almost every house has a couple of tigers and lions in the backyard.
Their father left Anxi county in Fujian province for greener pastures in Southeast Asia as a teenager in 1937.
After almost two decades as a news journalist, Miao Wei finds solace in creative writing. Zhang Kun reviews his first novel.
An aspiring journalist turns a new page in his career to become managing director of Tourism Australia.
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