Featured stories about China
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Latest stories about China
3 March 2014
At a press conference in Beijing, a government spokesperson offered the first official hint that the fate of Zhou Yongkang would not be kept under wraps from the public.
2 March 2014
Many people around the world were left shocked after more than 10 people armed with knives hacked and stabbed passengers and passers-by at a railway station in Kunming.
China’s officials have blamed militants from the western region of Xinjiang for the killings at a railway station in China’s Southwestern Kunming city.
23 February 2014
China is the fastest growing consumption market in the world and online to offline commerce has become a fierce battlefield.
22 February 2014
"...she only wants the child to have a more normal lifestyle, which has nothing to do with patriotism. Perhaps, this is the problem the government should reflect on."
19 February 2014
Though the huge number of tourists has contributed to economic growth, it has generated a number of social problems.
16 February 2014
There’s an emerging group of Chinese musicians working outside government-controlled media channels, striving to form an independent voice through musical expression in China.
14 February 2014
One of the organizers of the occupation said that many of those who participated did so wanting to meet new friends, hoping to turn a "prank" into a "blind date".
13 February 2014
In the past ten years, a large number of newspapers columnists, editors, radio and TV hosts have been sacked for their critical stance towards the Hong Kong and Beijing governments.
9 February 2014
Apparently smart and touching TV commercial by China’s dating website Baihe.com backfires, leading to an online protest.