The international flavor of China's capital was a perfect fit for a Russian conductor eager to bring people together through music, China Daily reports.
One year after one of his photographs of rice terraces in Yuanyang, Yunnan province, was featured in National Geographic, Thierry Bornier is still seeking out beautiful landscapes in China.
A German winemaker is following in his grandfather's footsteps, having inherited the mission of helping local farmers in Shandong province grow grapes and make world-class wines, He Dan discovers.
Gary Lee and Sandra Hill are also presenting their art works in the exhibition YibanYiban, alongside Jason Wing, at Guangzhou's Redtory Art & Design Factory.
For the past decade, Kanishka Sharma has been dividing his time regularly between India and China.
Tiffany Tan tells how an American guitar-strumming video game programmer reinvented his career in China.
Cyprian Nugah Doh from Cameroon has been studying in Shenzhen since 2011, and he is a firm believer in the great potential in the relationship between China and his continent.
It's a long journey by bicycle from Paris to Beijing along the ancient Silk Road. But it was a special and exciting experience for Simon Poniard and Basile Pottier, who took seven months to cover the 12,500 kilometers and 10 countries.
Jazz wizard Gene Aitken is creating more magic in the recording studio: This time in Shanghai with a band combining the styles of old Chinese classics with tunes recognizable from United States pop culture.
Preach and Danger Jackson are identical twins, but that's not the only reason it's tricky to tell them apart.
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