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Chinese official says authorities will take a greater role in influencing the aesthetics of new structures
Pork, ping pong and pragmatism head the list of Chinese talents in the latest installment in our debatably superlative series
These statues are awe-inspiring even for the strongest of non-believers
It's been a major year for new skyscrapers in 2014, but what's in the pipeline for the year ahead?
Brutal property baron’s former fiefdom now home to incredible array of museums, boutique hotels and a vintage cinema
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UK's Heathrow Airport pairs destinations with fragrances to evoke long distance travel. We do too
Nanjing's epic memorial recalls the bloodshed and chaos that ensued after Japanese troops seized the city 77 years ago
Instagram users and CNN iReporters share their favorite travel photos of the places Bourdain has visited in "Part Unknown"
Author David Eimer spent a year exploring the fringes of China and returned with a fascinating account
President's call for fewer ostentatious structures could quash China's recent enthusiasm for incredible-looking buildings
Pollution forces runners in Sunday's Beijing International Marathon to don face masks
With so many awesome new attractions on the way, the next few years are going to be a roller coaster ride
Watch the Chinese capital's subway grow to 232 stations since its inception in 1971
Inside the Chinese mainland's first and only full-time stand-up comedy club
China's string of amazing hotel openings continues with the completion of the Sunrise Kempinski Hotel, Beijing
Whether spiraling up mountains or sky-scraping attractions, these stairs give new meaning to the phrase "watch your step"
Even during the harshest periods of the communist era, being Shanghainese meant something special in China
Experts examine some of the myths about drinking in the world's largest red wine market
One man loves the TV show so much he opened his own Central Perk in Beijing