29-year-old Packy Lai, aka Inkless, has been writing Chinese calligraphy for almost two decades. By combining traditional Chinese art with politics, she promotes both subjects among the youth.
A slowing economy and a corruption crackdown had led to concerns that China's wine boom had gone bust, but there is renewed optimism at a Hong Kong wine fair as the mainland develops more affordable drinking habits. (Photo: Nora Tam)
While China's constitution enshrines freedom of religion, authorities keep strict limits on it, a reminder to Muslims that the state comes before Allah.
Promises of higher salaries and greater freedom at work are luring officials from China's high-profile drugs watchdog to the companies they had regulated. It comes as the country looks to tighten oversight and drive innovation.