This year sees the 24th version of the National Multicultural Festival, one of the largest events of its kind in Australia which ran from Friday to Sunday.
Despite the epidemic outbreak, Olivier Guyonvarch, French consul general in Wuhan, returned to the epicenter on Jan. 30 from France where he had stayed for medical reasons.
Legislators and experts are mulling ways of ensuring that the internet remains safe for juveniles.The draft also demanded that families and schools regulate young people's online behavior and show them how to surf the internet in a safe, civilized manner.
China's all-round progress in both the aerospace manufacturing and air transport sectors of the aviation industry is adding wings to the fight against the coronavirus epidemic.
Wearing a mask, head gear and doctor's overalls, John Cary checked his patient's eyes and tongue while taking his pulse at a TCM hospital affiliated to Ningxia Medical University.
As a Japanese, Yano Koji has seen cherry blossoms numerous times in his home country. But now what he longs to see are the cherry blossoms in Wuhan of China.
At the three-day Los Angeles Travel and Adventure Show, which concluded on Sunday, attendees sent a unique "get well Valentine" to China, where people are fighting a novel coronavirus epidemic.
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China on February 4 released an initiative, which calls on giving full play to the utility of artificial intelligence (AI) in the fight against the novel coronavirus outbreak.
The Wakanda coffee shop, located in the COVID-19 epicenter Wuhan, China, is receiving thousands of online orders across the country everyday, however none of these online customers are asking to get their coffee delivered to them.
To minimize the risks of cross-infection, residents have been advised to stay indoors and office workers encouraged to work from home.
Although the beginning of this year's new semester has been postponed over safety concerns amid the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, students in China have never given up studying.
Zhang Tongyu, a seven-year-old who lives in Xingcheng of northeast China's Liaoning Province, turned her living room into a Latin dance studio during this year's extended Spring Festival holiday.
The ongoing fight against the novel coronavirus pneumonia (COVID-19) has united not only the Chinese people, but also many around the world to voice their support in various ways.
Sitting at a cafe across from each other in Beijing's Chaoyang District, a couple holds each other through gloved hands, with masks on their faces.
With plenty of time at home on his hands during the extended Spring Festival break, Leng Yang came up with an innovative idea involving the use of shells from popular Lunar New Year snacks such as pistachios and almonds, along with sunflower seeds.
The video was posted Wednesday on China's Twitter-like Sina Weibo by user VanceYMJ, whose real name is Yan Mingjun.
Mario Cavolo, an Italian American living in China, felt compelled to balance the negative narratives surrounding how China handled the novel coronavirus outbreak, and his comments went viral.
A five-minute video, made by German video blogger Tobias Dominiczak, opens with this powerful statement and has been retweeted numerous times on social media since it was posted on Friday.
8, China's National Health Commission issued a notice requiring health administrations at all levels to give full play to online medical consultations in the prevention and control of the epidemic.
The coronavirus' fallout has disrupted the lives of some Americans who travel between the U.S. and China, such as Megan Monroe, currently a teacher in Wuhan who decided to stay in the outbreak's epicenter even though she had a chance to evacuate with other U.S. citizens.
"Pairing-up support for Hubei!" -- China has stepped up its fight against the novel coronavirus as it released a plan for over half of China's provincial-level regions to aid cities in Hubei, where the epicenter city of Wuhan is located.
Olalekan is among the 3,000 to 4,000 African students in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, which is home to a number of prestigious universities attracting many international students.
As doctors, nurses and others are fighting against the virus, people all over the world are sending through social media platforms their best wishes of a soon victory over the virus, as well as the overall recovery from the suffering.
One recent headline was truly inspiring. More than 300 Chinese fan groups have joined forces to raise funds to obtain medical supplies to donate to medical professionals in Wuhan, the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak.
The emergence of a previously unknown pathogen has taken a heavy toll on China. Since its unexpected outbreak in a densely populated city, the novel coronavirus has infected about 20,000 people.
The country has taken a series of medical treatment measures, such as transferring suspected patients to designated hospitals for isolation and treatment as soon as they were detected, according to Jiao.
While most of the city is still asleep, deliveryman Xu Guobin, 31, along with his colleagues of a logistics center in the northwestern city of Xi'an, have started their busy day at 6:30 in the morning.
Hearing a few knocks at the door, the occupant surnamed Song hurriedly answered it but found no one, only a few bags of fresh vegetables, pieces of meat and boxes of eggs.
Sun is a "panda keeper" at the Qinling research center of giant panda breeding in northwest China's Shaanxi Province.
GaoZhibang, an 88-year-old veteran in Togtoh county in Hohhot, North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, donated 20,000 yuan ($2,883) on Saturday and 10,000 yuan on Sunday to the local government for contribute to the fight against the novel coronavirus.