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From rural China to Harvard Commencement...A video showing a Chinese student giving a graduation speech at Harvard University has gone viral on China's social media. He Jiang is the first graduate from the Chinese mainland to ever speak at the ceremony. He comes from a poor family in a village in central China's Hunan Province. Our correspondents have visited his home and talked to his parents. More in this video.

A video has gone viral on China's social media which shows a dog being dragged by a car on a chain. The dog died after the incident. But, events then took a U-turn.

A policeman in Chongqing, SW China wins praise for making an apology after nabbing a suspect at a restaurant. Many give the thumbs-up on China's social media after watching a video clip filmed by a witness.

An ancient ceremic horse goes viral on China's social media for its uncanny resemblance to the Donkey in animated film #Shrek.

From rural China to Harvard Commencement...A video showing a Chinese student giving a graduation speech at Harvard University has gone viral on China's social media. He Jiang is the first graduate from the Chinese mainland to ever speak at the ceremony. He comes from a poor family in a village in central China's Hunan Province. Our correspondents have visited his home and talked to his parents. More in this video.

Never too old to be young. 71-year-old goose keeper becomes instant sensation on China's social media, after photos of him were posted online.

Yang Fudong is considered one of China's most well-known cinematographer and photographer. In the early 1990s, he began creating films and videos using 35 mm film. Yang creates a strong, powerful film because it plays off the thoughts and experiences of everyday life. Yang is very respectful to the traditions of China, as well as Chinese art There are different themes surrounding Yang's films, but they all have a purpose, theological or literal.

Oversea Chinese expand to social service in Sao Paulo, hoping to establish first China Town in Brazil.

Ai Weiwei uses photography and video as he incessantly documents and critiques the everyday urban and social realities in China (and elsewhere), and broadcasts it worldwide over blogs and Twitter. A major exhibition in Paris reveals the range of his prolific, provocative creativity.