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Kweichow Moutai, the company known for its intoxicating brew of the same name, is getting a boost from a new group of consumers: private wealthy buyers.
Victims of a mass knife attack in southwest China recount a panicked stampede, hiding in darkness and the singular wail of hundreds of people screaming at once.
The day's China news in pictures: a worker feeds whooper swans, the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference opens, police investigate the site of a restaurant explosion and more.
The departing U.S. ambassador to China, Gary Locke inspired mixed reactions during his two-and-a-half-year tenure. But the verdict of The Wall Street Journal's Chinese readers is clear.
After years as a planning formality, China's official target for economic growth is posing a problem for the country’s leaders amid confusion about the signals the goal sends -- and whether it even matters.
Chinese people donated blood, lit memorials and chanted prayers for the victims of a knife attack over the weekend at the train station in southwest Kunming that left 33 dead.
The day's China news in pictures: a baby gets his hair cut on the second day of the second lunar month, celebrations for the Tibetan New Year, people pay tribute to the victims of a knife massacre at a railway station in Kunming and more.
Sometimes a media request for official clarification just leads to more questions. A news conference Sunday at which a Chinese official was asked to clarify the status of retired senior leader Zhou Yongkang was just such an occasion...
It's tempting to conclude that China's supposedly "can-do" government will find a way to clean up Beijing's air. Yet, according to an assessment by research house Gavekal Dragonomics, the problem will be very hard to fix.
Following a brutal attack on passengers at a railway station in the southwest city of Kunming, Chinese authorities quickly cast their scrutiny elsewhere: the ethnically divided, sporadically violent region of Xinjiang.
A scandal over a brutal assault on a nurse by a Chinese government official illustrates how the Communist Party's undermines itself through its obsession with control online, writes Russell Leigh Moses.
Blue skies were finally visible in Beijing afte seven straight days of intense pollution, but if past records are any indication, the smog will return. One Beijing doctor is asking: what actually makes a good face mask?
When North Korea purged Kim Jong Un’s uncle, one question raised was whether it would impact economic ties with China. Jang Song Thaek was seen as a key interlocutor with Beijing. Initial data shows there’s been no immediate negative effect.
Led by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., China’s Internet companies are offering consumers access to high-return investments that look and smell a lot like bank deposits.
When North Korea purged dictator Kim Jong Un’s uncle in December one question raised was whether the move would impact economic ties with China. Jang Song Thaek was seen as a key interlocutor with Beijing and a proponent of business links. Initial data shows there’s been no immediate negative effect on the trade relationship between the countries.
A Chinese bet estimated at $4 billion on global grain markets is throwing a spotlight on a company that’s already a household name across the Middle Kingdom and its U.S.-educated chairman whose ambitions extend far from home.
As the IPO nears for China's biggest auction house, Poly Culture Group, People's Money columnist Wei Gu wonders whether investors may be drawing too bright a picture of its prospects.
China’s yuan has unexpectedly fallen in recent weeks, thanks to the central bank's efforts to prepare the tightly tethered currency for wider trading. What would a widening of the band mean?
An online platform for China’s Communist Party is encouraging citizens to take out their hostility toward the Japanese in the virtual world.
The day's China news in pictures: A bus fire kills five people, people protest the stabbing of a Hong Kong newspaper editor, U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke bids China farewell and more.