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The education ministry will invest $2.4 billion to ensure that all schools use digital textbooks by 2015.
Or are they?
China's Communist Party was founded 90 years ago this week.
North Korea has been named the new leader of the UN's nuclear disarmament mission.
What effect will the first permanent bureau operated by a Western news organization in Pyongyang have?
One former communist leader walks out, another stays put. What can we make of these opening scenes?
Guess why Pyongyang's women soccer players weren't up to snuff in their match against the US.
A canceled dog meat festival in Seoul was geared toward showing the humane, sanitary side of the industry.
We take it for granted, the word "condom," and how simple it is. Two syllables. One word.
In "Pencil Rocket," a young boy learns that he must studying hard, learn to use a protractor and fend off US enemies.
Soldiers, who used to be immune from famine, now say they too are going hungry.
We didn't hear much from our court jester today. Or from the roughly 1,500 others known to be languishing in Chinese prisons.
Liu wrote that her noodles were "salty." A grave offense in Taiwan.
What if it wasn't just a rumor? A leaked official document raises concern.
Some good news in the saga of Ai Weiwei and a rarely seen photo of the man himself.
If you've ever doubted whether the Bud you bought in China was indeed a genuine draft, this post is for you.
The Tourism Ministry spent $600,000 on its Facebook presence, which critics say was a total waste.
Are these adorable fuzzballs pandas or dogs? Tigers or retrievers? Check out the photos.
5 million people have been affected by extreme flooding in China, with 175 deaths.
Wang Gongquan announced via China's version of Twitter, Sina Weibo, that he's leaving his wife for his mistress.