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Hong Kong Looks Headed for Recession

Once-vibrant Hong Kong is teetering on the brink of recession.

5 Reasons Why Investors Shouldn’t Cheer China’s Property Market Recovery

The recovery in China's property market in the first four months this year is giving a lift to economic growth and should continue for a few quarters, but the drawn-out correction still has a ways to go.

Video: Why Apple Is Investing $1 Billion in Didi Chuxing

Apple is putting a cool $1 billion into Chinese ride-hailing app Didi Chuxing. Here’s what you need to know about Apple’s biggest investment this year.

Pentagon Report Aims to Lay Out Chinese Military Goals

With things heating up in the South China Sea and across the Taiwan Strait, Washington just attempted to shine some badly needed light on Beijing's military efforts.

Test Driven: Parents Protest Changes to University Entrance Exam

Anger and frustration over China's notoriously competitive college entrance exam spilled over into street protests this weekend in a handful of Chinese cities.

China Charges Former Chinese Official Ling Jihua With Corruption

Chinese prosecutors filed charges against a close aide to former President Hu Jintao, moving one of China’s highest-profile corruption cases in recent years closer to a trial.

‘My Other Home:’ NBA’s Stephon Marbury to Star in New Film in China

A former NBA star has found a home in Beijing. Now, he’s eyeing a spot on China’s big screen.

Beijing Vows ‘Urgency’ in Battling Crowds, Pollution

The government of Beijing is getting darn serious about making the Chinese capital a cleaner and more livable place, according to the city's top planning official.

Apple Invests $1 Billion in Didi, Uber’s Rival in China

Apple Inc. is betting $1 billion on China’s homegrown competitor to Uber Technologies Inc., marking the technology giant’s largest investment in a critical market at a time when its global fortunes are flagging.

Xi Jinping’s Extreme Makeover

Updated image-making is a key ingredient in propelling Mr. Xi to pre-eminence in Chinese politics and public life in the three years since he came to power.

The Foreigner Advising Beijing on Propaganda

When China’s top propaganda and media operatives gather in Beijing, an erstwhile Egyptian often stands out from the crowd of suits, thanks to his towering frame and voluminous afro.

Watch: Chinese Soccer Team Attacks Opponents After Losing Match

A Chinese Cup soccer game devolved into a mass brawl after the losing team turned violent against its opponents, in an incident that takes some of the shine off President Xi Jinping’s “soccer dream.”

Hague-rs Gonna Hague: Beijing Amps Up Opposition to South China Sea Tribunal

Beijing is rallying the court of public opinion ahead of an international arbitration ruling on the Philippines’ legal challenge against Chinese maritime claims.

Fakes Online: Can You Spot the Counterfeits? Take Our Quiz

Can you tell the difference between a counterfeit and an authentic product? Try your hand at our quiz.

Video: Startups in Asia Face Tougher Environment

Just like their counterparts in Silicon Valley, startups in Asia are facing a tougher fundraising environment as weakness in the global economy and volatility in China's stock market have made venture capitalists more cautious.

Live-Streaming Apps Flourish in China

As in many parts of the technology world, while China didn’t invent live-video streaming, it has played catch-up with a vengeance.

In Rural China, One-Child Policy Enforcers Push a New Message

Since the one-child policy was abandoned, some of China's half a million family-planning workers have knocked on rural doors with a new message: How to play with children, read to them and raise them with better skills.

Golden Era? Queen Elizabeth II Calls Chinese Officials ‘Very Rude’

When it comes to diplomatic ties between China and the United Kingdom, all that glitters may not be gold.

Whither China’s Economy? Parsing a Twofer From the People’s Daily

Two quick salvos from China’s official People’s Daily newspaper this week have left investors wondering who is steering China’s economic ship and how tight their grip is on the controls.

U.S. Challenges China Over Chicken as Trade Friction Rises

The Obama administration filed a trade complaint against China on Tuesday over access to the Asian giant’s market for U.S. chicken.

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