Documenting Dulong face tattoos
The Chinese government is attempting to chronicle the dying tradition of facial tattoos in women. Only 26 Dulong women are still living who have the marks.
Pangolins and the illegal Chinese trade in wildlife
An in-depth report on why pangolins are bought and sold and how they make their way into Chinese products and onto dinner tables.
China's first lady calls for more AIDS intervention nationwide
Peng Liyuan told reporters in Sichuan that "efforts should be stepped up to help sufferers, especially those in hard-hit areas".
Vietnam, Taiwan involved in huge cooking oil scandal
A Vietnamese company has said it sold 43 million kilograms of animal feed-grade oil to Taiwan, were it was then process and sold at grocery stores.
Red panda scarred by Jinggu earthquake
Xiao Huang, a red panda living at a Pu'er zoo, would not stop trying to feed fruit to her dead sister, who was crushed by a falling tree during the quake.
Vietnam exports to China growing despite tensions
China's southern neighbor expects to send goods worth roughly US$15 billion northward in 2014, a marked increase over the previous year's total.