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Netizens note the stark contrast between noisy US elections and China's state of lockdown before Thursday's transition.
The Chinese premier's defense of his family's 'hidden riches' may have unexpected effect.
In southern China the economic benefits of a planned new petrochemical plant are outweighed by the environmental destruction and carcinogenic pollution according to local protests.
Campaign rhetoric suggests China is booming at America's expense. The reality is far from that.
Six thousand miles from the coast of the United States, a new group of ironworkers are building bridges and, slowly, their own economic futures.
China has often been the political punching bag during US presidential elections, but has it gone too far?
A leaked directive from the Chinese government shows censorship tactics towards dissidents.
Both candidates have had harsh words for China, and their tough talk carries huge risks.
With the Hong Kong dollar pegged to the US dollar, locals want an American president who keeps a close eye on the money.
Shoddy evidence or mere suspicion? The results of a US Congress-led investigation against Huawei and ZTE is ruffling feathers.
'If there is a lack of a consensus about what rich and poor are, then can a "middle class" or "middle income" really exist?'
A ferry crash in Hong Kong has turned into a political match between the city and Mainland China.
But a legitimacy crisis lingers, with citizens pointing out that Bo "didn't fall from the sky."
As both candidates debate financial relations with China, Mitt Romney's latest tax returns reveal substantial investments in several lucrative Chinese companies.
The rich-poor divide in China is a "very dangerous" situation, says one income distribution expert.
Meet these new members of the not-quite-poor, not-quite-rich in the Middle Kingdom.
Experts argue that the problems created by the last decade of growth in China may outweigh the achievements.
Beijing’s plan to introduce “moral and national education” in Hong Kong has spurred young people into action.
A $300 million bridge in Harbin opened and then promptly fell, killing three. And that's just the latest in a string of collapses.
Why Japan and China are so upset over the East China Sea.