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Pritzker prize-winning architect Wang Shu is working to save China’s traditional architecture for future generations, one village at a time

Shen Wei, a philosophy-quoting literato living on the streets of Shanghai, became an online celebrity overnight for his classical learning and eloquence. But his meteoric rise to fame has left him literally searching for peace and quiet

Zhang Weili has become the first Chinese UFC champion after destroying Brazilian strawweight queen Jessica Andrade in just 42 seconds

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Pianist Yin Chengzong reflects on how The Yellow River Piano Concerto has provided the backdrop to his life and to China’s landmark events for half a century

Feng Jicai’s novels, inextricably linked with Tianjin, mix traditions with modern disruptions, setting up cultural clashes. In real life, he has become a defender of antiquities and intangible heritage

Chinese patients have waited too long for access to life-saving new therapies. Recent measures to reduce import barriers are helpful, but long-term problems, particularly workforce shortages, have no quick fix