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Is it an art auctioneer, a miner, an arms dealer, a front for the army? Probably all of the above.
Gaining fast on the likes of Christie’s and Sotheby’s, Beijing's Poly auction company is an opaque but unstoppable powerhouse.
If Church of the Almighty God members want to talk about the end of the world, they will have to do so in jail.
Find out why Salman Rushdie called the Chinese Nobel laureate a "patsy."
Beijing's new passports claim the entire South China Sea. That hasn't exactly gone over well.
Not happy with its diplomatic reality, China creates a new one.
Dissidents claim China has used torture and organ harvesting to suppress the Falun Gong.
Two days of China's Communist Party Congress have come and gone. Here are highlights.
These days, China's censors appear to be working overtime. Still, Beijing values the internet.
Observers say Beijing's incoming regime has China's last chance at substantial reform.
Despite continuing self-immolations, the prime minister of Tibet's government-in-exile extended an olive branch to Beijing.
Analysis: Taiwan’s increasing willingness to indirectly work with Beijing in the East China Sea is starting to ruffle American feathers.
Despite abuses and an apparent riot, the electronics supplier is minting money for its founder. Activists blame key client: Apple.
Amid a simmering territorial spat, Beijing calls off celebrations marking 40 years of Sino-Japanese ties.
Analysts say Wang Lijun, Bo Xilai's former police chief, was treated lightly, but they are split over what the verdict signals for Bo himself.
Wang Lijun, the police officer at the center of the Bo Xilai scandal, awaits his fate.
The extent of damage to economic relations between the two Asian powerhouses remains to be seen.
China’s so-called invisible man and presumed leader in waiting Xi Jinping has resurfaced.
Chinese students say they were forced to make up the labor shortfall at factories making parts for Apple's new iPhone 5.
Conservationists place the blame for the spike in rhino poaching squarely at the feet of Vietnamese gangsters.