The fact that a deadly strain of influenza has hatched in China isn’t surprising. But what is new this time is the level of scrutiny the Chinese themselves are giving to the H7N9 virus
Jacob Lew’s humble lunch has become an Internet sensation in China, where ordinary people are growing disgusted by the ostentatious ways of Communist Party officials.
Those people worried about China’s fondness for intellectual property piracy need not be concerned—in the political sphere, at least. On March 12, one of the country’s senior leaders, Yu Zhengsheng, gave a speech in …
On March 11, U.S. National Security Advisor Thomas Donilon said that Chinese hacking had become a “key point of concern” in bilateral relations
In this week’s magazine, TIME profiles Wan Tao, once one of China’s most feared hongke, or red hackers, cyberwarriors motivated by patriotism to attack foreign digital victims.
Despite talk of a cease-fire, the Burmese army is inching steadily toward Laiza, the rebel headquarters of the Kachin Independence Army
Li Chengpeng, a trenchant social critic, has many fans, but also many foes.
This weekend, my family barricaded itself behind closed doors, with only the briefest of toilet breaks for our dog. As the air pollution in Beijing reached record highs, the view from our 16th-floor downtown apartment dwindled to …
An unprecedented strike by reporters of a crusading publication has put the spotlight on the heartless mechanism of press control in China and the ways, both adamant and subtle, that journalists use to try to get around it
TIME profiles the President of Burma — and looks at the challenges that face him and the world’s newest economic frontier
Woe to premium rice-wine distillers, potted-plant purveyors and weavers of red carpets. A slew of new regulations issued in recent days to curb corruption and limit showy displays by Chinese officialdom have claimed some unusual …
With a decisive win in the Dec. 16 general elections, the conservative LDP has returned to power