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Heard in the Hutong: How is China’s Economic Slowdown Impacting Beijingers?

How is China's economic downturn being felt by ordinary people? We hit the streets of Beijing to find out.

The Big Winner in China’s Philanthropy Game: Schools

As China's rich get more used to philanthropy, educational institutions are the big winners, according to a new study.

China Central Bank Makes Largest Cash Injection in Three Years

China's central bank puts the largest amount of cash into the financial system in nearly three years.

For China’s White-Collar Workers, Year of the Monkey Bonuses No Longer a Gibbon

With the world’s economic growth engine sputtering, the upcoming Lunar New Year may be less than a happy one for China’s white-collar workers.

Lessons Learned on Startups’ Shenzhen Tour

Following six startups on a recent Shenzhen factory tour yielded some interesting trends and lessons.

Chinese Citizen Pleads Guilty to Stealing High-Tech Seeds From U.S. Fields

A Chinese citizen pleaded guilty to stealing high-tech corn seeds from U.S. farm fields, in a case that drew attention for the government’s rare use of a U.S. antispying law to prosecute alleged trade-secrets theft.

George Soros in China’s Crosshairs After Predicting Tough Economic Times Ahead

China is putting a face on the economic pessimism it accuses of helping weaken the yuan and the economy: billionaire investor George Soros.

Apple Sees ‘Signs of Economic Softness’ in Greater China

A slump in China’s smartphone market is weighing on Apple Inc.’s growth, even as the country remains a relatively bright spot for the iPhone maker.

China GDP Growth Could Be As Low As 4.3%, Chinese Professor Says

An economics professor at Beijing Normal University and the University of West Ontario estimates that China's GDP growth rate might just be between 4.3% and 5.2%.

China Looks Abroad for Soccer Talent, Sparking Online Furor

After trying unsuccessfully for years to forge a world-class national men’s soccer team, China signaled it was considering a surprising new tack: offering citizenship to foreign players.

South China Sea at Top of John Kerry’s Beijing Agenda

Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in China after spending two days in meetings with Southeast Asian nations to urge unity in the face of Beijing’s increasingly assertive behavior in the South China Sea.

New Math: China-Hong Kong Trade Stats More Than Meets the Eye

When does one equal 64? When there’s a whiff of funny business going on.

Kung Fu Panda 3: A Litmus Test for China-Hollywood Joint Ventures

“Kung Fu Panda 3” is set to open in China and the U.S. this weekend and will be the first major project from the new joint venture, Oriental DreamWorks.

Beijing Official Blames Traffic on Popular Ride-Hailing Apps

Beijing officials are blaming Web-based ride-hailing services for the city’s worsened traffic congestion.

People of Hong Kong Hunt Frost, Post on Instagram

When Hong Kong shivered through its coldest day in nearly sixty years, some of the city's hardier inhabitants rushed to find frost and record it on Instagram.

Smog Could Smother Fireworks at Shanghai’s New Disney Theme Park

Disney’s soon-to-open Magic Kingdom in Shanghai might lose some of its sparkle due to China’s notorious smog problem.

China Slowdown Stokes Fears of Peak Oil Demand

A highly anticipated new energy-demand projection from Exxon Mobil Corp. released Monday cuts the company’s expectations for China.

Chinese Scientists Created Monkeys Carrying Autism-Related Gene

Genetic engineers in Shanghai say they have created monkeys that carry a rare human gene related to autism.

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