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But it's not all bad news.
In the world's most expensive place to own a home, almost half of the population lives in public housing.
A decade after activists stopped a project to dam the Nujiang River, one of their largest achievements is set to be undone.
US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew is a hit in China for ordering cheap lunch.
Last year, China's Consumer Rights Day programming grilled McDonald's. This time, CCTV went after the iPhone maker, a big competitor of China's Huawei.
Bumbling and gaffe-prone, Major General Mao Xinyu has become the laughingstock for a country with increasingly mixed attitudes towards its most celebrated leader.
While China signed new UN sanctions, many experts believe there's little chance Beijing will truly abandon North Korea anytime soon.
Despite 17 years in prison, Hada remains one of the most recognized figures in Inner Mongolia — the resource-rich province China refuses to give up.
This year’s congress marks the formal beginning of President Xi Jinping’s administration.
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.