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At the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, Ford will showcase the all-new F-150 Raptor pickup, marking the debut of its F-series in the world’s largest auto market.
Apple Inc. has suspended its online book and movie services in China as it seeks a way to comply with the country’s stringent new content regulations.
Disney is working its magic on classic Chinese dishes — including Peking duck-topped pizza in the shape of Mickey Mouse's head — to be served up at its new park in Shanghai.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is now the commander in chief of the new joint battle command center, in addition to being the chairman of the Central Military Commission.
Fear gripped parents across China this week after national media reported that hundreds of students in separate schools had fallen ill after classroom exposure to toxic fumes emitted from chemical plants.
Analysts at FireEye have a provocative theory for why China agreed to last year's surprising cybersecurity deal with the U.S.: Chinese officials were already starting to question the usefulness of hacking.
Five decades ago, Qi Benyu penned polemics used by Mao Zedong to unleash the Cultural Revolution, the tumultuous mass upheaval that racked China for ten years.
BMW has lost its core development team for the i3 and i8 electric vehicle line to Chinese startup Future Mobility Corp.
Chinese state media sent a clear warning message this week: as the number of students studying abroad rises, so, too, do risks to the country's national security.
The war to control office communications in China began in earnest Monday, when Tencent Holdings Ltd. launched its Qiye Weixin, or Enterprise WeChat, app.
PTC Inc., a digital and online technology service provider, disclosed Wednesday that Chinese authorities are investigating the firm over bribery allegations settled in the U.S.
Twitter's hiring of a Chinese tech executive with past links to China’s military and security agencies but little social media experience has raised concerns about the company’s strategy in the massive China market.
To the casual visitor, Chinese Internet companies often seem like Silicon Valley transplants, with their space-age lounges, rock climbing walls and denim-clad engineers. But there’s occasionally a reminder of the differences.
China's pollution is going west, according to the latest analysis by NGO Greenpeace East Asia.
Chinese property-and-entertainment conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group Co. is telling private investors joining its $4 billion property-arm buyout deal that they could triple their money when the unit lists domestically.
What can a billionaire’s daughter do to fulfill her childhood dream of becoming "daddy's boss?" Sell used designer handbags online -- for as much as 20,000 U.S. dollars a pop.
Human rights groups have long charged that one of the crudest examples of illegality in Chinese criminal procedure is the political use of psychiatry to detain, imprison, and forcibly medicate dissidents and activists.
The abolition of China’s one-child policy came too late for one group of middle-aged Chinese: those whose only child has died and whose financial security in old age is now in jeopardy.
Tencent Holdings Ltd., operator of the popular WeChat messaging app, has launched an app for handling office communications and administration in the company’s latest move to attract corporate clients in China.
Chian's seasonally adjusted GDP numbers for the first quarter showed growth from the fourth quarter of 1.1%, the slowest since the government started releasing seasonally adjusted quarterly figures in late 2010.