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Australian billionaire hires Chinese shipbuilders to recreate Titanic; set for completion in 2016.
In this fabricated tourist destination, relations between ethnic groups is surprisingly harmonious.
A dusty logging town tries to recreate itself in the image of the Lost Horizon utopia. Tackiness ensues.
Shangri-La’s success in generating cash is driving Chinese officials to squeeze revenues from it.
With “Operation Clean Plate,” netizens and government officials alike are declaring war on rampant food waste in the People's Republic of China.
The first of the nation's many theme parks, Splendid China stands as a testament to the weirder side of Chinese tourism.
Two million government employees will take to Weibo and other websites in an effort to drown out dissenting voices with party-approved propaganda.
Despite China's assurances that peace is on the horizon for 2013, tensions in the East China Sea continue to simmer.
Jackie Chan’s evolution toward a more vocal pro-Beijing stance has become more pronounced in both his movies and his politics.
The Year of the Dragon was supposed to be particularly lucky and momentous, charged with auspicious signs of change.
Hint: It's not their love of apple pie.
A symbol of good fortune enjoyed in the Southern Chinese, or Cantonese, cooking tradition prevalent in Hong Kong.
Chinese critics argue that the public now knows more about Adam Lanza and Sandy Hook than they do about crime in their own country.
China's new president is dressing down and spontaneously greeting regular people on the street. What's next? Chillaxing?
NIMBY protests gain traction in China.
The blind activist lawyer's nephew was tried and convicted in an unusually hurried fashion. Not good news for human rights in China.
A gloriously earnest slideshow of Kim Jong Un, The Onion's 'Sexiest Man Alive,' has raised questions about China's sensitivity to sarcasm.
Countries throughout Asia have made huge strides in combating HIV/AIDS, but now is not the time to let up.
Who is Andrea Yu? And why did the authorities let her ask the Chinese leadership so many questions?
Enter Xi Jinping. Exit hope for reform.