Mount Wuyi has attracted countless people during the Song Dynasty (960-1279), including Zhu Xi (1130-1200), a neo-Confucianist, thinker, philosopher, educator, poet, Lu You (1125-1210), a writer and a poet, and Xin Qiji (1140-1207), a patriot poet.
In Jinsha town of Yongding district, Longyan city in Fujian province, there is a special self-service stall where vendors sell their vegetables without showing up.
Three elderly riders completed a 2,500-kilometer journey by bike to Lhasa, Tibet autonomous region, in 25 days.
Over the past 15 years, photographer Chen Lin has shot more than a million photos of various rare and endangered birds across China and in Africa.
The city of Linden, New Jersey, opened its celebration of Asian American Pacific Islander Month with Impressions of Fujian, a cultural program.
Lin Tao (1905-2010), one of four renowned Zhangzhou paper-cutting artists, used her superb abilities and ingenuity to document the customs of coastal communities in Southern Fujian.
An offshore wind farm in eastern Fujian province has become popular among Chinese netizens after photos showing the "blue tears" phenomenon with wind turbines in the background were widely circulated online.
A wood carving craftsman for nearly four decades, Zheng Chunhui's passion for the art continues to grow stronger.