"Life," out in theaters on Friday, follows the astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) as they discover and nurture a living organism from Mars.
The success of the exhibition, Doug Aitken's Mirage, highlights the growing creative clout of Los Angeles and Palm Springs,
Beijing-based Syrian scholar Firas Sawah cites Tao Te Ching when asked about his romance with China.
The exhibition, which was first held in 1980, is one of the oldest book events of its kind in the country.
Expanding organic eatery Tribe delivers health on every pretty plate.
A new biography sheds light on Sir Robert Hart's time in China as a customs official during the Qing Dynasty.
Hong Kong's speakeasy of the moment may be Dr. Fern's Gin Parlour, tucked away inside The Landmark.
If you're heading to Beijing's Qianmen area this weekend for a jazzy night at one of Chick Corea's shows, it's also a good time to try Blue Note's new spring menu while you are there.
Hundreds move to new houses from remote areas in a Tibetan county as part of a poverty alleviation project.
Serbian film "On the Milky Road," Iranian film "The Salesman" and other films produced in Belt and Road countries will be featured during the week-long festival.