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Economists give their take on the latest price data and offer their views on the needed policy response.
The disappearance of a Chinese newspaper report on the Eastern Star has added to speculation over what caused China’s worst nautical disaster in nearly seven decades.
Malaysia said Monday it will protest what it called the intrusion of a Chinese Coast Guard ship into its waters north of Borneo, an unusually assertive step by the country amid tensions in the South China Sea.
In Hong Kong, where the infiltration of wild boars has lately become a nuisance, two opposing solutions have emerged about how to deal with the hairy situation. Some say ‘shoot,’ but Uncle Biu wants pigs protected.
A new China-led infrastructure bank will have a leaner, more efficient structure that ultimately gives Beijing veto power over major decisions.
China's annual human rights white paper cited progress in a range of areas, including development of the country's film and cartoon industries.
Economists weigh in on China’s May trade data, which showed more signs of weakness in demand both at home and abroad.
It's been a week since Beijing imposed a new ban on smoking indoors. We spoke with residents to see what they think of the policy.
Lei Jun is known mostly for his fast-growing smartphone startup Xiaomi. But part of Xiaomi’s success is due to a different company of Mr. Lei’s: Kingsoft.
The cat-and-mouse game in Asia between some students seeking to enter U.S. universities and test-givers continued on the last SAT testing date of the academic year on Saturday, with test administrators appearing to clamp down on one way of gaming the system, though some students said other methods remained.
A new survey shows that people in China have a positive view of women's status in the workplace -- although, perhaps unsurprisingly, men have a rosier take on the issue than women.
Entrepreneur Lei Jun’s smartphone startup Xiaomi used social networking to win over Chinese -- but can he succeed overseas?
Tensions are building between officials and the families of those lost aboard the Yangtze Cruise-Ship.
A strong dollar, slowing Chinese economy cut into demand abroad for salvaged metal and paper.
Satellite data, interviews with experts and a handful of survivor accounts in Chinese state media begin to paint a picture of the Eastern Star's final voyage.
As Chinese authorities came closer to conceding that rescuers saved almost no passengers from the ill-fated river cruise ship that capsized, China’s bloggers began criticizing those efforts at a volume that the country's social-media services rarely tolerate these days.
A Chinese surgeon is working toward the futuristic medical feat of head transplants—joining the body of one animal to the head of another—as explained in a Wall Street Journal article. Any such operation in humans, which the surgeon says could potentially help patients with broken or diseased bodies, remains far off. Here is what you need to know.
Relatives of those lost to the Yangtze’s churning waters voice a common grievance: a dearth of timely information about search efforts and post-mortem arrangements.
Language learners looking for a little help with their vocabulary could get more than an English lesson from China’s most popular search engine, Baidu.
Growth momentum in the world’s second largest economy remains fragile, with more stimulus policies needed to ensure it remains on track, economists say.