Lured by U.S. citizenship for their children, thousands of Chinese women give birth annually in the States, supporting a thriving birth-tourism industry
(BEIJING) — Chen Keyun’s legal nightmare began in 2001 when he was accused of detonating a bomb outside a Communist Party office in his southern coastal city of Fuqing.
Chen denied committing the crime but was held for 12 years, during which he was tortured into confession and twice sentenced to death. He finally was released and …
The big guns come out on the South China Sea at a time of increasing tensions
(BEIJING) — China said Wednesday it had monitored two unarmed U.S. bombers that flew over the East China Sea in defiance of Beijing’s declaration it was exercising greater military control over the area.
Tuesday’s flight of the B-52 bombers underscored U.S. assertions that it will not comply with Chinese demands that aircraft flying …
Tensions heightened after Beijing announces rules for “East China Sea air-defense identification zone” that includes territory claimed by both nations
The success of China’s economic reforms depends on whether Beijing can truly let go
(MADRID) — Spain says China has called in the Spanish ambassador to protest court arrest orders for several former Chinese leaders, including retired President Jiang Zemin, in an investigation into alleged genocide in Tibet.
A foreign ministry spokeswoman said Friday that China expressed concern in the meeting Thursday that the …
(BEIJING) — The death toll from two huge blasts caused by leaked oil from a ruptured pipeline in an eastern Chinese port city has risen to 44 with 136 others hospitalized in one of the country’s worst industrial accidents of the year, authorities said Saturday.
TIME International’s cover story this week delves into the looming crisis facing China as its population grows old before it grows rich
Doctor’s license revoked by health authorities after mistake
From mirror sites to resetting messenger apps, fresh tools are emerging in the fight against Chinese censorship
Gary Locke will return to Seattle in early 2014
(BEIJING) — Five years into his 11-year prison term, Chinese Nobel Peace laureate Liu Xiaobo plans to challenge his subversion conviction on grounds that he was legally exercising his right to free speech, his lawyer said Tuesday.
The complaint seeking a retrial would likely have slim chances for success. But lawyer Mo Shaoping said …