China’s official news agency has let it be known that it does not like Republican nominee Mitt Romney’s “blame China game.”
China has protested to Japan after 14 activists from Hong Kong were arrested Wednesday by the Japanese coast guard.
The World’s Mary Kay Magistad looks at the way Weibo is changing the relationship between Chinese people and their government.
The World’s Mary Kay Magistad profiles a Mongolian musician who is bringing new sounds to Shanghai by playing the mandolin with American bluegrass players.
Beijing residents began drying out Monday after a weekend deluge that left dozens dead and tens of thousands more displaced. The government says it was the worst rainstorm in 60 years, but it may not have been a purely natural disaster.
A Korean web entrepreneur, who made it big in Silicon Valley, says China is the next place to make it big, but he says China has to learn to allow innovation.
A march in Hong Kong with thousands of people delivered the message that many are fed up with the authorities.
The bomb shelters built beneath major Chinese cities in the 1960s and 70s are now being used in unanticipated ways.
The Chinese government is trying to ease economic slowdown by allowing the issuance of junk bonds to entice investors.
China has launched its most ambitious space mission yet. The Shenzhou-9 blasted off with three astronauts on board, including for the first time, a woman.
The 2008 Beijing Olympics and the 2010 Shanghai Expo displaced hundreds of thousands of residents in China. Some of them are still struggling to get compensation for their lost homes. One Shanghai couple took matters into their own hands.
In 1937, the murder of a British subject in China generated shockwaves. Now a book called Midnight in Peking lays out the story of murder, intrigue and war.
No-one in China is lower on the totem pole than farmers and villagers. When they migrate to cities to work in factories, they are treated like dirt. So what happened to Mao Zedong’s communist revolution? The revolution was supposed to improve the lot of the rural poor. We visit a part of rural China where Mao once lived. Mao went there to educate himself about the conditions of the farming class. But decades later, the descendants of the people Mao interviewed aren’t much better off, at a time when other Chinese are enriching themselves.
China is spending billions of dollars to improve its international image, yet it is also ramping up anti-foreigner rhetoric.