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The overseas Chinese author of a viral letter about the Tiananmen crackdown speaks about his motivations and the response he has received.
A Fudan University video bears a striking resemblance to the University of Tokyo's official promotional film.
HSBC is assessing whether to shift its headquarters from the U.K. But moving bank to Hong Kong “is certainly the wrong answer,” according to analysts at UBS.
Some 8,000 Chinese students were expelled from American universities last year alone – and the main reasons were poor grades and cheating.
Finding supports American suspicions that Beijing is building up reefs in South China Sea for military purposes.
At least one prominent government adviser is publicly making a case for devaluing the yuan to help bolster the country’s flagging growth.
China Real Time hit the streets of Beijing to find out what Chinese young people think about starting their own companies.
The former head of the U.S. Pacific Command accused Washington of playing "whack-a-mole" in its approach to China’s island-building.
A plunge in one of China’s main measures of credit doesn't mean Beijing is tightening lending. It just means the People’s Bank of China has moved the goalposts.
Long associated with practical office desktop computers, Lenovo Group is trying to make a splash by hosting a technology conference for the first time.
China has isolated itself by pursuing development of a chain of artificial islands in the South China Sea, U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said.
A movie featuring Japan’s blue robotic cat Doraemon hit Chinese theaters on Thursday, becoming the first Japanese film to be shown in the country in nearly three years.
U.S. government investigators are seeking information about Wang Qishan in connection with their probe of J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.
A Beijing entrepreneur who spoke out against powerful Chinese government officials is now an unlikely poster boy for the country’s efforts to overhaul its economy.
Zhu Shanqing is planning to further invest in his U.S.-based yarn-spinning factory -- so long as the plant can get over its teething problems.
Nearly three-quarters of foreign correspondents in China experienced intimidation or harassment while reporting in the past year, according to a survey of reporters in the country.
Here are five things to know about the tension around the Spratlys and China’s manmade islands.
In casting its "Skynet" overseas to target corrupt fugitives, Beijing has to face some legal challenges that cannot be easily addressed.
Large Hong Kong crowds have commemorated the 1989 crackdown on student protesters in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square every year. This June 4, some young Hong Kongers say they won’t join in.
A fire at a Chinese nursing home that killed dozens of people has stepped up anxieties about whether the country’s booming elderly population is receiving adequate care.