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Move over Western brands, Chinese companies are taking over.
China's leaders appear to have come face-to-face with a realization that’s true all the world over: slimming down is hard to do.
China’s version of the Ivy League found itself splattered in mud this week, as top schools Peking University and Tsinghua University accused each other of turning to unsavory recruiting strategies.
U.S. Office of Personnel Management, which suffered a massive data breach, cites web portal’s ‘vulnerability’.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker wants China to join Europe in its emissions target.
It was supposed to be 57 countries signing on to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank on Monday. It ended up being 50.
WeChat is fast becoming the rumor mill of choice among Chinese social-media users, a state-backed think tank says in a new study.
Can an 18-year-old do for hockey in China what Yao Ming did for basketball?
The launch of the AIIB is a milestone in Beijing’s bid for global clout. Now comes the hard part, as the bank’s work tests Beijing’s willingness to compromise.
Economists weigh in with their views on the Chinese central bank's aggressive monetary easing over the weekend.
China’s central bank over the weekend pulled a surprise move, cutting the benchmark lending and deposit rates and reducing the amount of funds some banks are required to hold in reserve. Here are some questions about the move.
China's central bank cut interest rates over the weekend to stop a massive stock selloff. The question now is whether the monetary easing will convince investors to keep buying.
What if part of the Chinese stock market’s problem is too little speculation, by too few?
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg told a graduating class at Tsinghua University to be bold, speak up and, of course, lean in.
Does China have what it takes to defeat the U.S. in the Women's World Cup quarterfinal?
Beijing is striving to present a united front with its supporters in Hong Kong’s legislature after a series of leaked online conversations related to last week’s failed vote on a 2017 election overhaul.
U.S. and Chinese officials may have struck conciliatory tones at high-level talks this week amid festering mutual mistrust, their annual bickering over human rights has resumed unabated.
A string of bullying cases has triggered a wave of anger and debate in China after videos and photos of the incidents went viral online.
U.S. Intelligence Chief James Clapper says China is “leading suspect” in the theft of millions of personnel records.
What do Beijing residents think about the Yulin Dog Festival? We took to the streets of the capital to find out.