Authorities worry the press would be more than the pandas could bear
The Middle Kingdom cannot seem to transfer "small balls" dominance to "big balls"
Unlike the rhino or the elephant, this shy, nocturnal creature enjoys few international safeguards
Twenty-five years after the massacre of student activists in Beijing, the Chinese government still refuses to acknowledge what happened
The Chinese government, angered by Washington's charge that Beijing engages in cyberspying, is looking for some payback
The Chinese government is tightening its grip on the Internet ahead of the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre
The tragedy is only the latest in a slew of mining catastrophes to have hit the world's biggest coal producer
The gloves came off between the U.S. and China during a defense conference in Asia over the weekend, following Beijing’s forays into disputed areas of the South...
To maintain its growth miracle, the Chinese leadership can no longer separate political and economic reform
Next week will be the 25th anniversary of Tiananmen Square. It was a turning point not only for China, but also for the world, in the sense that it heralded a...
With two nationalists in power, relations between the world’s two most populous nations could turn even frostier
China is targeting popular smartphone-based instant messaging services in a monthlong campaign to crack down on the spreading of rumors and what it calls...
Government announces that 5.3 million aging vehicles that don’t meet Chinese fuel standards will be removed from the road, including 330,000 from Beijing
Local heartthrob Fan Bingbing helps to attract nearly 6.5 million viewers to the mutant blockbuster, which rakes in $39.35 million nationwide. Globally, 'X-Men:...
At least in terms of dollar investments
As relations with the West become increasingly strained, both leaders realize they can benefit a lot from setting aside distrust and forging closer ties
A major Russia-China gas deal comes at a propitious time for the embattled President Putin
Fresh tensions emerge between Washington and Beijing as China summons the U.S. ambassador over American allegations that five Chinese military officers were...
Pet food retailers in the U.S. are pulling Chinese-made dog and cat treats from their shelves out of contamination fears
Facebook seems to be once again setting its sights on the People’s Republic. The social network is reportedly planning to open a sales office in China within the...