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China grapples with new report on widespread toxins in the soil
China to investigate state-owned communications giants for monopolistic behavior on broadband
Donations pour in from supporters to pay dissident artist Ai Weiwei's tax bill
Korean media reports North Korean refugee killed after crossing into China
Web companies agree to step up monitoring, censorship amid growing intolerance for dissent
State media warns artists could face new legal troubles raising public money to pay tax bill
Chinese Internet angry over reports that government leaders' compound packed with air purifiers, while Beijingers choke on smog
Survey says nearly half of wealthy Chinese want to live elsewhere
Tech firm says China-based hacker used scam emails to steal US defense, chemical company info
Unmanned rocket launched to dock with station
Government says artist and critic, imprisoned all spring, owes $2.4 million
Hollywood production company in hot water for shooting comedy 30 miles from imprisoned human rights lawyer
Dangerously smoggy skies over Beijing ignite debate on Chinese government pollution stats
The EU looks to China for dough. What will the Dragon want in return?
The network of private credit that came tumbling down in Wenzhou this spring isn't an anomaly within China.
How Wenzhou’s own Wikileaks broke open the local credit collapse.
Censors says entertainment will be limited on television
China's tolerance for online critics gets even lower
Chinese censors ban references to US protests from social media
Two arrested as outcry continues in wake of toddler's hit-and-run death