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The day's China news in photos: Mooncakes, a panda birthday, and the Occupy Central anniversary.
Cisco is preparing to bolster its struggling business in China by joining forces with an upstart Chinese computer company.
Xi Jinping isn’t only a bold and decisive leader, but a good-looking family man who would make a fine father -- or a husband for interested young women.
Economists weigh in on China's latest gauge of factory activity, which fell to a to a 78-month low in September.
Is China’s financial capital losing its luster?
Two Chinese jet fighters made what military officials called a dangerous interception with an U.S. spy plane a week ago, just days before Xi Jinping is set to be received at the White House.
WSJ's Rick Carew explains five things you need to know about Xi Jinping's first trip to the U.S. as China's leader.
Is China stealing American jobs? No, if anything, the Chinese are saving them, says a new video produced by a secretive Beijing-based studio.
Australia’s new leader criticized China’s building of artificial islands in the South China Sea as "pushing the envelope" of acceptable behavior.
China's Xi Jinping is hoping to show a less formal side on his U.S. visit -- at a time when U.S. views of China are at a recent low.
Some of the most popular Chinese apps in Apple’s App Store were infected with malware. WSJ's Rick Carew explains how it happened.
Chinese President Xi Jinping defended his government’s economic stewardship and said that China’s slowing growth and market fluctuations won’t deter needed reforms.
Zhang Xin, chief executive officer of commercial property developer Soho China, said that real estate assets in major cities abroad are currently too pricey.
Chinese authorities have detained an American citizen for six months over allegations of spying and theft of state secrets.
Chinese President Xi Jinping lands in the U.S. on Tuesday and will embark on a whirlwind of meetings. Here's a quick animated guide to his itinerary.
As word spread in China over a rare breach of Apple’s normally secure iOS mobile platform in the country, security experts and the country’s official media moved quickly to squelch a claim that the episode was a harmless prank.
The re-introduction of classical literature in China’s education system is part of a broader push by President Xi Jinping to revive elements of traditional culture as a new source of political legitimacy.
The head of Hong Kong’s stock exchange was involved in controversial hiring efforts when he worked at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., according to emails and people familiar with the matter.
Some of the most popular Chinese names in Apple Inc.’s App Store were found to be infected with malicious software in what is being described as a first-of-its-kind security breach.
Through billboards, rhymes, pop quizzes and newly penned songs, the Chinese Communist Party aims to promote what it calls “core socialist values.”