Cloud computing in China: On the verge
It's big business. But simmering cybersecurity tensions between China and the US could spell trouble for the industry.
Spanish court issues arrest warrant against former Chinese president over Tibet
Analysis: Spain can expect pain to rain down from Beijing.
US ambassador to China Gary Locke to step down in 2014
Ambassador Locke has decided to resign from his post in Beijing to rejoin his family in Seattle.
Chinese leaders pledge 'more property rights' for farmers
The proposal to give farmers more property rights was among 60 reforms announced by the Chinese Communist Party.
China reforms: 'An important step, but not the end of the road'
Q&A: GlobalPost talks to experts from the Council on Foreign Relations and Human Rights Watch about the significance of China's proposed changes.
Censored images on China's Sina Weibo revealed
US investigative journalism group ProPublica monitored 100 Sina Weibo user accounts to see which images were censored on China's version of Twitter.
China plans to loosen its one-child policy and end prison labor camps
The reforms were announced after the Chinese Communist party's third plenum, where 400 of the top party leaders planned the country's future.
Things are about to get tougher in China for the NY Times
Despite recriminations, The New York Times once again publishes an expose alleging extraordinary income among China's ruling elite.
Gambia to cut off ties with Taiwan
Some suspect the surprise move is an attempt to attract Chinese investment, though Beijing has denied pressuring Gambia's president.
It's time for Obama to show some backbone on Iran nuclear deal
Commentary: Kerry made a shrewd diplomatic move designed to win back French support at the negotiating table. Now Obama needs to make his case.
China to give more disaster aid to victims of Typhoon Haiyan as the suffering continues
China has announced that it will send an additional $1.4 million in disaster aid to the Philippines.
Russia, Saudi Arabia and Cuba win seats on the UN Human Rights Council
Human rights groups are complaining that China, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, Cuba and Algeria won seats.
Sweden and Switzerland launch joint campaign to help Chinese tourists tell them apart
Sweden and Switzerland have launched a joint campaign to help Chinese tourists tell the two countries apart.
China's Third Party Plenum — a masterpiece of vagueness
Analysis: Far reaching reforms were expected from China's much-hyped Communist Party summit this week. Instead, the meeting yielded confusion.
Confucius may be the voice of reason China needs
As China's Central Committee deliberates what could be major economic reforms, ancient teachings help many cope with rapid change.
8 critically endangered species to appreciate while you still can
Don't let these majestic creatures go the way of the Dodo. They are awesome.
Narendra Modi: Nightmare or savior for India’s struggling economy?
Q&A: While his opponents predict disaster if he becomes prime minister, investors overwhelmingly support him. Here’s why.
India: Here’s what Goldman Sachs missed in its controversial Narendra Modi assessment
Q&A: The firm argues Modi as India’s prime minister would spur growth. Indian investment broker Shankar Sharma begs to differ.
Coca-Cola plans to invest another $4 billion in China over the next 3 years
Coca-Cola says it plans to invest more than $4 billion in China over three years.
Those ‘fake’ North Korean ICBMs may actually be able to reach Seattle
American experts conclude that North Korea’s missile mock-ups are getting ‘scary good.’ (Video)
5 suspects admit to involvement in Beijing fatal crash: State media
Five arrested suspects have admitted to their involvement in a suicide car attack late last month in central Beijing.
In China, the confession will be televised. In fact, it already is
Many say the practice reprises the dark days of Mao’s Cultural Revolution.
Brought to you by China: ‘The New York of Africa’
The multibillion-dollar development in a Johannesburg suburb would also provide a base for Chinese companies looking to expand into Africa, the Hong Kong-based firm said.
Bombs explode outside Communist Party offices in China
Investigators say the bombs were packed with ball bearings, pellets and nails.
Disaster strikes are actually helping drive Asia's insurance industry
By 2020, Asia is forecast to account for almost 40 percent of the global market.
Mulan or Bao Bao? US National Zoo asks public to pick name for giant panda cub (VIDEO)
The public has a choice of five Chinese names for giant panda cub born at US National Zoo.
Girl, 8, is China's youngest lung cancer case
Lung cancer has skyrocketed in China as the country's rapid development has brought with it deteriorating air quality.
Chinese officials set 1,000 cats loose in forest
Volunteers are now scouring the hillsides with cages in an attempt to capture the cats, and hope to put those found up for adoption.
Australia helped NSA spy on Asia, new Edward Snowden docs show
Australian, Canadian and British embassies concealed NSA spying equipment, Der Spiegel magazine in Germany says.
China's military produces a bizarre, anti-American conspiracy film (VIDEO)
This latest, leaked propaganda takes America-bashing to new heights.
New Mekong dam will soon wipe out endangered Irawaddy dolphin, enviros say
Poverty-stricken Laos needs the money and energy, but the Si Phan Don dam threatens ecosystems and the livelihoods of millions.