Wednesday marks the 65th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China
Xi is due in New Delhi on Wednesday for a three-day visit focused on trade, investment and the resolution of decades-old border disputes
China is not ready for a democratically governed Hong Kong it fears it cannot totally control
Hong Kong is not Beijing, and 2014 is not 1989
The explosions come just ahead of a verdict in the trial of Ilham Tohti, a Uighur academic accused of fueling separatist sentiment in Xinjiang
Lack of water is holding back a possible fracking revolution in China
Dramatic footage shows congregation battling riot police
"As hard as it’s been to come to this decision, I am at peace with it," Li said. "I have no regrets."
Episodes will be presented through a partnership with Chinese video streaming service Sohu Video
53 percent of Chinese respondents expect war to break out between the two countries before the end of the decade, a new survey found
The pharma company admits it's at fault and will not appeal
"Many areas of regulation are overly focused on foreign multinationals"
The horrifying case of Zheng Yanliang epitomizes the health care crisis in the world's most populous nation
Potentially harmful oil may have been used in pastries sold by popular bakery chain and also 7-Eleven
Beijing appears to be openly enforcing territorial claims in the South China Sea after a skirmish with Vietnam over a Chinese oil rig left six injured. One...
At least in terms of dollar investments
Demonstrators are set to paralyse Hong Kong's financial district after Beijing refused to allow unfettered nominations for the territory's top job
Authorities worry the press would be more than the pandas could bear
As relations with the West become increasingly strained, both leaders realize they can benefit a lot from setting aside distrust and forging closer ties
The Chinese government is tightening its grip on the Internet ahead of the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre