Company Inspur and Xishuangbanna National Nature Reserve have joined hands to develop a system for the conservation of Asian elephants.
People promote culture of Jino ethnic group, which was the last of the 56 ethnic groups officially recognized by the Chinese government in 1979, in Yunnan.
Barbecue is one of China’s most popular snacks. Among different barbecues, Zhaotong Barbecue is really appealing to people who want to party with friends.
Buza, a traditional handicraft of China's Bai ethnic group that is often associated with mystic beliefs, has gained new prominence by changing with the times.
"Buza," a traditional handicraft of China's Bai ethnic group and often associated with mystic beliefs, has gained a new prominence among locals due to its modern attributes.
Lotus flowers are in full bloom across Mile, Yunnan province, and luring tourists to the countryside.
Puzhehei scenic area is located in the Qiubei County Town in southwest China's Yunnan. Puzhehei means "a pond teeming with fish and shrimp" in the Yi language.
After the General Office of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism issued a notice on July 14 to promote the resumption of tourism industry, various popular tourist destinations in Yunnan have gotten ready for trans-provincial summer tours now.
Ancient craft is given a new lease of life by a critically-acclaimed designer who marries imagination with tradition, Xing Wen reports.
In July, thousands of acres of lotus are blooming at Wild Duck Lake in Yaoguan town of Shidian county in Yunnan province.
After heavy rainfall in recent days in Shangri-La, Yunnan province, the volume of water in Hutiaoxia (Tiger Leaping Gorge) has risen significantly, creating a spectacular sight for tourists.
The Victoria regia, a lotus that has the largest leaves of all aquatic plants in the world, has recently entered its best viewing period in Xishuangbanna, Yunnan province.
Tasting delicious food is not only one of life's joys, but sometimes serves as a "window" to the history and culture of a remote area that you have never set foot on.
Past industrial sites have become a hit among tourists in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
China Post will issue a set of four stamps and a miniature sheet on July 11 to mark the Forbidden City's completion's 600th anniversary and the 95th anniversary of its opening as the Palace Museum.
Xia with one arm achieved a moderately well-off life