Becoming a Chinese opera actor is not what young Chinese dream of anymore, but a host of performers and producers are not giving up on this historic art form.
by Edoardo Donati Fogliazza, 27 June 2019
Paperless protection is a game changer for more than just the financial industry.
by Sarah Forman, 04 April 2019
Can China position itself as a blockchain development hotspot?
by Dominic Ngai, 03 April 2019
In our "Welcome to Jurassic China" series, part of our March 2019 cover story, we transport you to a lost world, a primeval China that existed before the dawn of man.
by That's Guangzhou, 10 March 2019
The Beijing-based artist is famous for his enthralling paintings and sculptures of dinosaurs, extinct mammals and other long-gone lifeforms.
by Tristin Zhang, 09 March 2019
British photographer Cameron Hack interviews the last ladies with bound feet, ethnic minority groups and war survivors.
by That's Beijing, 15 February 2019
Some individuals of Yunnan's Dai minority still carry some of the ancient characteristic symbols of their heritage: black-dyed teeth and tattoos.
by Cameron Hack, additional reporting by Edoardo Donati Fogliazza and Valerie Osipov, 14 February 2019