A Chinese artist has paid tribute to doctors and nurses and their months-long battle to treat virus-stricken patients in his latest light painting creations.
A Chinese porcelain gourd which once belonged to the 18th century Chinese Emperor Qianlong sold for 4.1 million euros ($4.6 million) at auction on Saturday.
For a generation, Roya Sadat has been a voice for Afghan women in one of the world’s worst places to be one.
Ngon Pok remembers his father and grandfather returning triumphantly to his tribal village in Myanmar’s far north with a human head — and the agony of the tattoo he was given to celebrate their victory.
The woman who stepped up to make the final acceptance speech when Bong Joon-ho’s satire Parasite -– about the gap between rich and poor –- won the Oscar for Best Picture is herself a member of South Korea’s wealthiest family.
Dozens of workers toil through the night coating thin lengths of bamboo in herbs, spices and richly colored powders to create incense sticks that are spread out under the rising sun to dry.
The Venetian Casino in Macau is collaborating with teamLab to bring to people the beauty of nature in an immersive and fun perspective
An ancient world of swords, warriors, and folklore roars to life on the darkened street, offering a momentary escape from the modern-day bustle of Bangkok’s unstoppable development.
Even more than six decades after his death, no Hollywood actor can still rival the appeal of Rebel Without a Cause star James Dean. Get to know the crowdfunding campaign that aims to show his fans never before seen photos from the last days of his life.
Liu Yantao and six co-workers start toiling on a frozen river in northeast China before dawn, using hand tools and machines to carve large ice blocks for an annual winter sculpture festival.
It’s dawn in Xiapu county and sunrise over southeastern China is welcomed by dozens of clicking camera shutters.
An actress playing US espionage whistleblower Edward Snowden imitates a gun with her hand, aims it at a security camera, and fires – not exactly the sort of stage content that’s green-lighted in China’s surveillance state.
At Bangkok’s Reclining Buddha temple Krairath Chantrasri says he is a proud custodian of a 2,000-year-old skill – the body-folding, sharp-elbowed techniques of Thai massage, which this week could be added to UNESCO’s prestigious heritage list.
Among the sea of faces on Hong Kong’s streets on Sunday were more than one hundred people wearing quirky over-sized animal masks — a band of activists bringing popular protest internet memes to life.
Watching YouTube as a child in Australia, the idea of one day joining the ranks of the hallowed Paris Opera Ballet seemed nothing short of an impossible dream.