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.
The outcome of today’s selection of Xi Jinping as China’s president has been a near certainty since he was chosen as successor to Hu Jintao five years ago.
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
Chinese officials are busy pulling thousands of pigs from Shanghai’s main water source. Disgusting, yes. But hardly an isolated incident.
Ai Weiwei, the outspoken Chinese artist and dissident, will release a heavy-metal album
China has announced plans to reduce its bureaucracy by cutting two of its 27 Cabinet-level ministries, including the scandal-plagued Ministry of Railways, a massive body with more than 2 million staffers
Tibet is one of the most coveted locations for nondenominational American and Korean Christian groups angling for mass conversion
After more than three decades of economic prosperity, China faces serious environmental challenges, including its increasingly filthy waterways
As National People’s Congress gets under way in Beijing, milk powder is emerging as a key point of contention between mainland China and Hong Kong
A group Chinese activists last week issued an open letter calling for the government to ratify the International Convention on Civil and Political Rights.
This week the Chinese capital has been hit with an air quality disaster of a more ancient vintage: a sandstorm blowing out of the north.
Taiwan’s Lien Chan met with China’s Xi Jinping and nobody freaked out. Why that’s good news for cross-strait ties.