Photo Essays

China Rebuilds

To cushion itself against the recession, the Asian giant is investing in one of the most ambitious public-works programs the world has ever seen

China Digs Out

After a massive earthquake strikes the southwest, the Chinese mobilize a massive search and rescue operation

China's Hoop Dreams

Thanks to the international success of players like Yao Ming, street basketball has taken off in urban ChinaPhotographs for TIME by Daniele Dainelli / Contrasto...

Will China's Dams Hold?

The earthquake has threatened the structural stability of numerous dams and caused at least one massive landslide, potentially forcing the evacuation of...

Photojournalism Daily: Dec. 12, 2014

Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Fernando Moleres‘ work on the rehabilitation of young Internet gaming addicts in China. There are more...

Ordos, China: A Modern Ghost Town

Meant as home for one million people, the Kangbashi district remains nearly empty five years after construction began Photographs by Michael Christopher Brown...

The Children of China's Quake

The shoddy construction of many schools in the quake zone contributed to countless deaths, created scores of grieving parents and a political quandary for the...

Theme Parks in China

In the last few years, the Chinese have opened over dozens of amusement and entertainment complexes in a dizzying array of styles and motifs

Race Riots Continue in China's Far West

Two days after Uighur protests unfolded into deadly riots in the western Chinese city of Urumqi, thousands of Han Chinese residents armed with clubs poured onto...

FIFA Women's World Cup -- China 2007

After Germany become the first team to retain the Women's Soccer World Cup, a look back on the best of the action from this year's tournament.

Shanghai's World Expo

China dazzles visitors at the biggest and most expensive international fair in history