Based on Kanye West's antics and comments during this year's Grammy awards, it seems that he sees himself as the judge and jury about what "true" art is. Once again he made the argument that Beyonce was deserving of the Album of the Year award-in his opinion.
According to Han Jun, a senior Communist Party official for agriculture, "GM technology is very promising and we must stand on top of GM research as China has quite limited agricultural resources."
While the "Empress of China" has been a popular feast for the eyes, the series' audience numbers pale next to the 800 million Chinese viewers who will tune into the annual Spring Festival Gala television spectacle on the evening of Feb. 18.
ZDNet's Larry Dignan looked beyond the "Apple vs. Samsung" market tussle that has dominated technology headlines for numerous years at the end of last month, explaining that the Korean corporate giant needs to be more concerned about the competition presented by Chinese smartphone manufacturers.
There will also be interviews with astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin.
If we choose to wait for Mr. Right or Ms. Perfect, it is likely we risk never mating at all.
As millions of Chinese are consumed by their preparations for the upcoming Spring Festival holiday, the rest of the world is busily taking notes about the progress of an enormous and ancient nation.
R&B star Usher delivered his rendition of Stevie Wonder's "If It's Magic" at the 2015 Grammys on Feb. 8, Sunday.
It has been a common belief that money cannot buy love, but it was just proven by a man in the eastern province of Zhejiang after his affection--and generous gifts--remained unrequited.
Bill Cosby’s sex scandal seems to be far from over. While Cosby’s controversies appear to have died down recently with Bruce Jenner and Bobbi Kristina Brown making the headlines, Bill Maher made a joke about Cosby on his HBO talk show “Real Time With Bill Maher.”
China is worried that returning individuals who earned their higher degrees abroad and applying in the academe would not have the propensity to teach Marxist principles correctly.
With "Wolf Totem" ready to appear in Chinese cinemas and China's censorship authorities receiving ongoing criticism for their interjections into the cultural lives of citizens, this week's apology from Hong Kong-based entertainer Eric Tsang Chi-wai should not merely be met with sighs of resignation.
In a rare piece of editorial journalism on Thursday, the Shanghai Daily's Liu Junyang shared a personal experience of being in the audience of a public execution.
While the upcoming Spring Festival is a pleasant time for many, including the Chinese diaspora in the societies of developed countries, the annual occasion is of immense importance to China's multitude of migrant workers who can cherish an experience that many of us take for granted.
After Reuters confirmed that China is still the world's second-largest economy after the U.S. this week, the eastern powerhouse deserves recognition for continually developing relations with its Western counterpart.
In Hangzhou, East China, a bookshop named Zhongshuge is attracting attention by incorporating the idea of an amusement park. Books are held by shelves designed as roller coasters, hot air balloons and a merry-go-round, among others. It's an instant hit among children and their parents.