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China Remembers Death That Catalyzed Tiananmen Protests

Nearly a quarter century after leaders in Beijing ordered the army to advance on protesters occupying Tiananmen Square, leaders have begun to recognize the contributions of he man whose death is credited with catalyzing the protest movement and, within limits, have allowed him to be commemorated online.

FBI Advice For American Students in China: Don’t End Up as Spies

Studying abroad in China? Don't end up a spy, the FBI says in a 30-minute film.

How a Chinese Company Built 10 Homes in 24 Hours

Chinese companies have been known to build major real-estate projects very quickly. Now, one company is taking it to a new extreme, building 10 200-square-meter homes using a gigantic 3-D printer.

Report: Beijing More Globally Engaged Than Washington, D.C.

According to a new study, Beijing is now the world’s eighth-most global city, breaking into the top 10 for the first time.

Moutai Breaks Through Official Taboo

China's best-known brand of fiery baijiu finally appears to be shaking off a nasty hangover, following a prolonged anti-corruption campaign.

The Spark That Could Set Fire to China’s Growth Plans

The deepening property glut in China’s smaller and medium-sized cities is the kindling that could set ablaze the country’s plans for steady 7.5% growth. If that’s the case, what’s the match?

The Mystery Shrouding China’s Communist Party Suicides

Being a government official in China is not for the faint of heart, the thin-skinned or the fragile of mind.

Inside the Chinese Teahouse That Saw a Gangland-Style Murder

Ancient Guanghan is known as a 5,000-year-old city of bronze. But now, it’s infamous for lead.

Picture China: Dai New Year, Private-Jet Shopping, Soybean Sifting

The day's China news in pictures: people celebrate the Dai minority group's new year, a man shops for private jets, an employee sifts through a bin of soybeans and more.

China’s Once-Boundless Love for Gold Starts to Tarnish

China may still be the world's biggest consumer of gold. But after a decadelong buying spree, appetite in the Middle Kingdom is finally starting to wane.

This Chinese City’s Property Market Is Even Chillier Than Its -22-Degree Weather

In the frigid port town of Yingkou, in an overbuilt property market, a real-estate developer hopes weather might be a selling point for potential apartment buyers.

Malaysia Works to Secure Release of Women Kidnapped from Diving Resort

Malaysian authorities say they are working closely with Philippine and Chinese authorities to secure the release of two women kidnapped from a Malaysian island resort earlier this month.

Too Much of a Good Thing: A China Property Glut FAQ

China’s smaller cities are now the scene of a housing glut, which could undermine China’s growth. What are the possible consequences? How are developers reacting? Is the government doing anything about it? China Real Time tackles your questions.

GM Hits Million-Car Mark in China Ahead of Schedule

On April 21, when General Motors hands over keys on a small sports utility vehicle to a buyer in China, it will be the millionth car the company has sold so far here this year.

How China Is Trying to Make Food Safer

China is stepping up regulation of food manufacturers and retailers. David Ettinger from law firm Keller and Heckman talks about the latest changes in the country's food standards.

BYD Slumps As Chinese Rides Slow

BYD Co.’s poor sales performance in March has analysts worried about the outlook for the company.

Wong Kar-wai’s Big Night

“The Grandmaster” wins best film and 11 other prizes at the Hong Kong Film Awards.

Picture China: Hong Kong Film Awards, Wedding Photos, Taipei Protests

The day's China news in pictures: Hong Kong Film Awards, couples pose for wedding photos in Beijing, people shout slogans in Taipei and more.

Bottled-Water Frenzy in Lanzhou Fault of Oil Leak, Officials Say

Officials raced over the weekend to control concerns over contaminated water in Lanzhou.

Memo From Wal-Mart to Beijing: Clean Up Your Own Act

Wal-Mart is doing something that Western companies rarely do in China: Telling Chinese authorities that they also need to clean up their own act.

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