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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.
Did Gu Kailai's high-profile status save her from "rule of law"?
Romney and Ryan have invoked the specter of China to hammer home points about the US economy. But where does Romney really stand?
Residents of capitalist Hong Kong seethe over the Chinese Communist Party's efforts to indoctrinate school kids.
Despite China's impressive medal count, some say the world is foiling the country's Olympic dream.
Baidu, China's biggest search engine, has quietly and successfully extended services to other countries in the developing world.
Meet characters crucial to China’s next phase of development: small factory owners, Western-educated “sea turtles” and college grads facing unemployment.
"Sea turtles,” or haigui, is the Mandarin term for overseas-educated Chinese who come home from abroad. And come home they will, says a recent study from China's Ministry of Education.
Wenzhou is a small coastal town in China with small business galore, but now loans have dried up and family factories are struggling.
China can't promise employment to its young and educated either.
Experts say the US drought will be little more than a nuisance for China, but a nuisance that a transitioning Chinese government could do without.
Ahead of China's leadership transition, media outlets take a hit.
Ironically, part of the reason Occupy Hong Kong couldn't gain more traction is because its ideas have already gone mainstream.
While the government credits the one-child policy with aiding economic growth, demographers and economists contend it is one of China’s greatest threats.
A more holistic look at China's economy suggests that perhaps it isn't quite the economic giant we thought it was.
China recently denied Norway’s former prime minister a visa, demonstrating that things are still tense between the two nations after the Nobel Peace prize was awarded to Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo in 2010.
Critics say that Google's new search warnings don't amount to much more than a self-congratulatory pat on the back.
Meanwhile, in mainland China censors worked overtime to censor any cryptic reference to the anniversary.