A handful of images from the lofty peaks and valleys of Daocheng County in China’s Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture.
A look at the construction of Beijing Daxing International Airport, a massive new transportation facility set to open later this year
Chinese developers have opened a series of new tourist attractions in some very lofty places. Glass-bottomed bridges, cliffside walkways, observation decks, and more
Remember that “Bike-Share Oversupply in China” photo story from March? There were just so many bikes, Chinese cities are still dealing with massive bicycle graveyards.
A collection of recent images showing some of the work taking place in China’s factories, showrooms, workshops, and construction sites.
In south central China’s Guizhou province sits Qiandongnan Miao and Dong Autonomous Prefecture, home to nearly four million people, beautiful scenery, and colorful festivals.
Once a thriving community, the now-empty brick houses of Houtouwan stand completely covered by blankets of vegetation.
On May 12, 2008, a magnitude-8.0 earthquake struck beneath a mountainous region in south-central China, toppling buildings and sending landslides crashing into cities, resulting in nearly 70,000 deaths.
A collection of images of the soaring landscape around Zhangjiajie in Hunan Province in South Central China.
Simply a collection of some amazing recent aerial images showing the vast diversity of landscapes across China.
Gigantic piles of impounded, abandoned, and broken bicycles have become a familiar sight in many Chinese cities, after a rush to build up its new bike-sharing industry vastly overreached.
In the mountains of China’s Sichuan Province, a network of research centers and wildlife sanctuaries has been established to support native endangered species.
For the past few years, Getty Images photographer Kevin Frayer has been covering China’s Steel production facilities, from massive state-run factories to small unauthorized steel producers.
Early photographs of the architecture and culture of Peking in the 1870s
Inside a laboratory at the forefront of the fight against Zika
Reuters photographer Aly Song recently visited a small neighborhood in Shanghai—a remnant patch of smaller houses and shops where residents live in homes surrounded by a concrete wall and looming skyscrapers on all sides.
After viewing news photographs from China for years, one of my favorite visual themes is “large crowds in formation.”
A small view of people and places across China over the past few months.
Every year, in northeast China's Heilongjiang province, the city of Harbin hosts an Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival, featuring massive ice and snow sculptures.
On Sunday, an enormous pile of excavated soil and other construction waste crashed down on an industrial park in Shenzhen, China, in a landslide burying dozens of buildings, and leaving more than 90 people listed as missing.
A collection of recent aerial images showing the vast diversity of landscapes across China, from cities to mountains, desert to sea shores, and much more.
Gansu Province, in northwestern China, is about the same size as California, with a population of about 26 million people. Gansu’s diverse landscapes include parts of the Gobi Desert, the Yellow River, numerous mountain formations, and remnants of the Silk Road and the Great Wall of China.
In Beijing, China marked the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, and its role in defeating Japan, by holding an enormous military parade and declaring a new national holiday. The spectacle involved more than 12,000 troops, 500 pieces of military hardware, and 200 aircraft.
On September 3, China will commemorate the 70th anniversary of the surrender of Japan and the end of World War II, but the service of many veterans of that conflict has been unrecognized for decades.
Snowmelt and last week’s “bomb cyclone” have overwhelmed rivers in Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, and neighboring states, causing widespread flooding that has broken dozens of records and cost at least three lives.
A rabbit in war-torn Syria, water shortages in Venezuela, cherry blossoms in China, terror in New Zealand, voting in North Korea, a global youth protest against climate-change inaction, and much more
A collection of news photos of pups being interviewed
Amid an existing political and economic crisis, days without electricity are making life even harder for Venezuelans.