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The NSA leaker may have violated China’s Official Secrets Ordinance, according to a legal expert.
With one of America's most notorious whistleblowers hiding out in Hong Kong, Beijing has to decide whether it's willing to pick a fight with the US.
The NSA whistleblower could exploit a loophole in the Chinese territory's asylum system to buy himself some valuable time.
Have you broken one of China's 7 no-nos?
Tales of Americans lying, cheating and stealing are failing to outrage Chinese readers.
As nearly 7 million students are set to graduate from Chinese universities this summer, some are saying they will enter the worst job market in China's history.
Some called for an apology for his commencement comments, while others dismissed the criticism.
Hacking may be a threat "akin to a nuclear bomb." But the Chinese behind most attacks see it as a dull office job.
The UK's decision to give Chen a Westminster Award is likely to make Chen's activism a diplomatic issue between the UK and China.
You'd think the idea of a Hollywood studio collaborating with the Chinese government on a Tibet movie would not only be radioactive, but also absurd.
Shane Todd's family suggested that police originally botched the case.
An article in Chinese state media questioning Japan's right to the Okinawa island chain is the latest salvo in the countries' ongoing territorial dispute.
Can Washington cancel my school exam? What flavor tofu is best? Chinese internet users ask the White House to weigh in on the important issues of the day.
Chinese social media has exploded with debate about the unsolved case of Zhu Ling, a pretty, gifted student who was poisoned in 1995.
Gao's treatment by the Chinese government has been particularly brutal, but he is hardly alone.
Does a generous decision to return two statues to their home in China also have commercial motives?
Hong Kong residents recall the $150 million they sent to Sichuan after the 2008 quake that wound up paying for government banquets.
The death toll from Saturday's 6.6 magnitude quake in southwestern Sichuan province hit 188, with more than 11,000 injured and 21 still missing, China's state media report.
A story about President Xi Jinping taking a taxi ride got a lot of press this morning. Now it seems like it was all a hoax.
Some businesses are hurting as Chinese officials spend less on luxuries.