Society
New father's "name game" goes viral2017-09-07
A father in northwest China's Shaanxi province named his daughter after one of the country's most popular mobile games. Then the Internet found out.
How do Chinese people celebrate Qixi Festival?2017-08-29
The Qixi Festival is a Chinese festival that celebrates the annual meeting of the cowherd and weaver girl in Chinese mythology. It falls on the seventh day of the 7th month on the Chinese calendar.
China's "lefties" seek support on Left-Handers Day2017-08-14
Before entering the subway, Lin Pan swiped his transit card on the machine, only to have the gate next to him open -- a common nuisance he encounters as a left-hander.
Love gets a lift from the youth league2017-05-27
Too busy working, with few chances to find a date? Single people in Zhejiang province in East China can embrace more chances to find love, starting in June, after the provincial youth league set up a department to serve them.
Role reversal: Children are teaching parents2017-05-03
Today's young people are reshaping traditional society, where knowledge was imparted by the old to the young, by helping the elderly enrich their lives with online technology.
China's WeChat becoming way of life2017-04-26
It has become a common scene during subway rides in China's capital Beijing that majority passengers set their eyes on cell phone screens while text messaging, sharing moments, watching videos or playing online games, in silence.
Young Chinese moms turn to social-media for parenting advice2017-04-24
Meng Dongxue follows 17 public accounts on Wechat, the most widely used messaging and networking service in China, and they are all about raising babies.
Hobbies and interests for the post-95s2017-04-19
The post-1995 generation is willing to spend cash for a good time-85 percent spend some money on their hobbies. About 10 percent report blowing over 10,000 yuan ($1,448) at a time for a single experience.
Fight smog at dinner?2017-04-14
As air pollution continues to plague much of China, proactive diners look for ways to eat away the problem. It's not so easy.
Youth leave top-tier cities to escape soaring housing prices: survey2017-04-11
Young Chinese are choosing to leave top-tier cities due to soaring housing prices, according to a survey published by China Youth Daily Tuesday.
Second child makes two-child families happier: survey2017-02-20
The majority of familes that have a second child feel happier on doing so, according to a survey released Sunday.
Parents "leave" letters tell of love, dedication to work, family2017-02-15
On Valentine's Day this year, it was not a love letter but a handful of "leave request" letters that touched the hearts of Chinese netizens.
140 - 副本副本副本.jpg Zhengzhou tops China's 'most romantic city' again2017-02-09
Zhengzhou, capital of central China's Henan province, is "the most romantic city" in China.
Teen wins hearts with her victory in poetry contest2017-02-09
Wu Yishu, a 16-year-old student from Shanghai, has become an overnight sensation after winning the final of a TV poetry contest on Tuesday.
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