Meet the enemies of Occupy Hong Kong
Violence erupted on Friday against Umbrella Revolution encampments. Here's who attacked and why.
Advice for the #UmbrellaRevolution, from Tiananmen protest veterans
Lesson #4: The riot police pullback is actually a dangerous sign.
What Beijing really fears: Hong Kong protests spreading across the country
After days of silence, Chinese media lash out at protesters. Mainlanders, in Hong Kong for the holidays, are shocked.
Hong Kong's #UmbrellaRevolution: A day in photos
On the eve of China's National Day, the protests gained momentum.
Hong Kong democracy protesters and officials mark uneasy National Day
The protests represent one of the biggest political challenges for Beijing since it violently crushed pro-democracy protests in Tiananmen Square in 1989.
Why Obama should keep quiet about the Hong Kong protests
Already, China is exploiting the US stance for propaganda.
Hong Kong protesters greet threats with cheer
On Tuesday night, neither lightning nor an ominous ultimatum could kill the students’ mood.
Hong Kong police barricade streets, block in protesters
The move raised fears that the police were preparing an extensive crackdown before Hong Kong opens for business on Monday.
Hong Kong protesters dig in
Thousands massed outside Hong Kong's government headquarters Saturday night, keeping the pressure up and demanding more freedoms from Beijing.
Tragedy hits the Himalayas
An avalanche swept away two European climbers, while a veteran Japanese mountaineer plunged to his death.
Hong Kong police pepper sprayed protesters out of government compound
Tension mounts ahead of a planned sit-in by pro-democracy activists to protest against Beijing's tightening grip on the city.
Alibaba.com: Supermarket for torture devices?
Alibaba may be Wall Street’s wunderkind, but for dictators searching for thumb cuffs and shock devices, it's a great place to shop.
It's a little too easy to test positive for opium these days
It doesn't just happen on Seinfeld. It happened to this Chinese man as well.
Forget filial piety. Young Chinese are fed up with the old
And the fight is getting nasty. An editorial asks, 'Did the old get bad, or did the bad get old?'
Beijing supporters use fear-mongering against Occupy Hong Kong
Communist officials view the democracy movement as an Arab Spring-like threat.
When this Chinese city got serious about improving air quality its air quality improved
A new wave of torture hits Tibet
The severe abuse of a 64-year-old woman in detention is more evidence of President Xi Jinping’s hard-line approach to Tibet.
Thousands of pro-democracy activists stage 'black cloth' march in Hong Kong
Beijing this summer has made it clear it will not allow fully-democratic elections.
Alibaba is absolutely crushing the New York Stock Exchange right now
The Chinese e-commerce giant just set an IPO record and investors are going nuts.
A spate of high profile violence torments China
The grisly incidents shatter the illusion of security promoted by the official press.
This map shows which countries prefer China over the United States
The Middle East is a much bigger fan of China. The US wins Europe. And Argentina can't make up its mind.
China is increasingly arresting celebrities for drug use
The latest is actor Jackie Chan’s son, allegedly busted with more than 3.5 ounces of pot.
Why people in China are protesting the ALS #IceBucketChallenge
It's got a little something to do with the worst drought they've had in half a century.
China executes 8 for 'terror' attacks
Three were executed for 'masterminding' a suicide car crash in Beijing's Tiananmen Square in 2013.
Thousands in Hong Kong march against Occupy, in favor of mainland China
This time the demonstrators are waving Chinese Communist flags.
A former Vogue editor thinks Chinese 'facekinis' could be the next hot fashion trend
Ski masks at the beach aren't cool. But neither is skin cancer.
How China’s spin doctors botched the Yunnan quake response
It turns out eating muddy noodles isn’t very macho — or smart.
China earthquake death toll nears 600 as volunteers told to stay away
China's ministry of civil affairs said that 2,401 people were injured and 230,000 had been evacuated, while more than 80,000 homes had fully or partially collapsed.
Starbucks storms China with its most aggressive overseas expansion yet
But can it succeed in a country where people drink three cups of coffee a year?
China denounces pet dogs as filthy imports from the West
Dog lovers fall prey to a 'ludicrous imitation ... of a Western lifestyle.'
South Koreans really, really don’t trust their government
Especially after the Sewol ferry sinking, crackdowns on poetry-wielding protesters have provoked suspicions.