It seems Oscar's controversial Best Picture winner "Green Book" was warmly embraced in China. Judging from the above line from "Tony Lip," a favorite quote among Chinese audiences, it is not difficult to see why it was embraced in the world's most populous country.
More than 4,000 children to date have been treated through the alliance's missions to China, and the numbers keep growing, said Wong.Wong has also contributed much of his time to the University of the Pacific dental school by serving on its admissions committee, foundation and alumni association.
Starting from Golmud City in northwest China's Qinghai Province, the Qinghai-Tibet Highway winds south through the mighty Kunlun Mountains while the rivers of Chumar and Tuotuohe snake through along the way.
People across China on Tuesday observed "Lei Feng Day" by showing goodwill and helping others in remembrance of the soldier renowned for his generosity and altruistic deeds.
While skiing down the mountain at weekends is a new trend in China, skiing in cities is unheard of for most Chinese, and a recent event also raised more than a few eyebrows here in metropolitan Beijing.
During production, the team used two 3D printers to churn out over 10,000 props, including most of the "underground city" and the 3-meter-across wheels of the transport truck.
Shao Yunxiang, 76, who has been living in Shanghai's Caojiadu neighborhood for more than 14 years, said life in a modern city as a senior citizen doesn't necessarily have to be lonely.
A Japanese volunteer, Yoshikawa Junko, went on duty Sunday in the Memorial Hall of the Victims in Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders in eastern China's Jiangsu Province.
Life has not been easy for Xu Xinsheng, a disabled farmer from the Xihua County in central China's Henan Province. The 37-year-old has been lying in a wheelchair for more than 20 years.
Five years after relocating from Beijing to a small city in neighboring Hebei province for work, 36-year-old Liu Zhidong is now content with the new environment.
Wearing a brightly colored oilcloth apron, 50-year-old Zheng Guoming carefully brushes tung oil on an umbrella cover. Surrounding him are orange oilcloth umbrellas left out to dry, and the area is filled with the scent of tung oil.
Seeing Xue Qiaoping wearing a short jacket, a leather beret and a pink scarf, it is hard to imagine how she would look on stage with 10 tusks protruding from her mouth.
"Pray, Lady Qiao, come to Earth this day. Teach me embroidery and how to sew… wisdom, joy and ingenuity, do on me bestow."
For young Eglon Matto, Chinese language holds the key to his professional career in future.
Herdswoman Jomo always takes a spindle with her before heading out into the morning chill to herd her sheep. She feels the spindle makes her daily routine of herding less boring, as she can knit wool scarfs and bags while tending the animals.
As the global film industry's highest accolade -- Hollywood's Academy Awards, or the Oscars -- will be handed out in Los Angeles on Sunday, China-born filmmakers are eyeing the prize with their nominated works.
As the political battle over building a wall along the border between the United States and Mexico continues to rage, a "hugging ceremony" was held at a bridge connecting the two countries.
Recording, editing and uploading short videos to the short video sharing application TikTok, also known as Douyin in China, has become a daily routine of Polish girl Alicja Pogwizd.
E Dongchen, a pioneer of China's polar exploration hailed as the "father of polar surveying and mapping", died Thursday at 80, reported Wuhan-based Chutian Metropolis Daily.
A strong sense of belonging is rising up alongside new apartment blocks.
The 29-year-old Ran Guowei is one in China of a growing number of male practitioners of yoga, a sport largely thought to be exclusively for women in the country.
Retired electrical engineer Kong Xiangming has collected more than 6,000 postcards over the past 48 years that vividly illustrate China's history and radical transformation.
On a sunny day in Guinea-Bissau, Gao Chao gorged on fresh oysters alone while his family celebrated Spring Festival thousands of kilometers away in Chongqing, southwestern China.
When she heard China's civil affairs authorities had been ordered to help children whose parents are serving prison sentences, Zhang Shuqin, who has helped to provide aid to such children for more than two decades, smiled despite her mixed feelings.
Disco dancing, playing the violin, wearing the qipao, and learning to walk like a model, Sang Ying, who lives in Hangzhou, East China's Zhejiang province, is 81-years-old. But she has such a steady flow of energy and joy that it she seems much younger than her years would imply.
It's time again for the Lantern Festival, considered by many as the conclusion and final carnival of Spring Festival celebrations.
The Spring Festival revelry has ebbed and millions have headed back to work, but it hasn't dampened the surging momentum of "The Wandering Earth", which emerged as the winner of the fierce box-office competition during the biggest Chinese holiday.
Arriving on the 15th day of Zheng Yue, or the first month of the Chinese lunar year, the Lantern Festival falls on February 19 this year.
Jewelry designer Wallace Chan brings storytelling, heritage and a surprisingly diminutive teacher to his Christie's exhibition.
Chinese New Year has gone global in the last couple of years with a marked uptick in engagement worldwide. Heavily impacted by the growing global awareness of Chinese New Year is the retail sector -- especially high-end merchandise and luxury brands.