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Xi Jinping's visit to the Middle East comes at an opportune time if China’s shopping for energy.
Wang Qishan's agency has appeared to take a back seat to China's police during a high-stakes investigation into corruption suspected within the country’s securities sector.
Being China's richest man affords many liberties, including singing rock ballads at your company's annual meetings.
Pharmaceutical companies are facing new hurdles in China as healthcare reform shifts the financial playing field -- although critics say the debacle is the result of hospitals seeking to beef up their own profit.
A missing Hong Kong bookstore employee resurfaced on Chinese state television, where he tearfully confessed to a drunk-driving accident and said he voluntarily turned himself in to Chinese authorities.
What’s wrong with China’s stock market? Just about everything, according to a statement from Xiao Gang, the country’s chief securities regulator, delivered at a national meeting of Chinese securities officials and posted on his agency’s website Saturday.
As stock markets collapse and economic expansion declines, the Chinese people can at least count on resilience in one social trend: income inequality.
A 16-year-old Taiwanese singer in a Korean pop group became an unexpected lightni ng rod in Taiwan’s elections, and likely gave a boost to opposition, pro-independence candidates in their landslide victory.
The presidential candidates in Taiwan’s current election campaign have been loath to wade too far into the gutter. The contrast with the U.S. presidential campaign has been striking.
The night before the Taiwanese election is the last chance for candidates to win support, and the lively scenes were captured on social media.
Voters in Taiwan, the Chinese-speaking world’s sole democracy, will elect a president and a legislature Saturday after a campaign that—unlike some in the past—proceeded without fireworks between Taiwan and China. Still, the outcome portends changes for Taiwan and beyond. Here are five things to keep in mind as voting goes ahead.
With his tattoos, pony tail and taste for heavy-metal music, rocker Freddy Lim is not your typical candidate for a seat in Taiwan’s legislature. But this is not your typical election year.
Taiwan’s presidential election this Saturday is the sixth since the island began popularly electing its presidents 20 years ago. Here’s a look at the leading contenders.
Investment fund China Media Capital is filling its entertainment war chest with Chinese company that contributed many of the visual effects to the new "Star Wars" film.
A museum dedicated to China’s court system is marking its opening by displaying items from the politically sensitive trials of two disgraced former leaders. Some in China’s boisterous online world don't see it as a matter of justice being served.
Excerpts from economists’ views on Wednesday’s trade data, edited for style and length.
Voters in Taiwan, the only democracy in the Chinese-speaking world, will choose a new president and legislature Jan. 16. WSJ's Jenny W. Hsu offers a quick video primer to the elections.
Global institutional investors and fund managers are taking a dimmer view of China’s property market and instead are placing their bets in Japan and Australia, according to a new survey.
The live-streamed trial of Chinese Internet executives accused of disseminating thousands of illegal sex videos is driving an unusually vigorous debate in China over how the Internet should be managed.
China needs another stimulus program, argues Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz—but unlike the 2008-09 spending, supported by new taxes rather than debt.