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China Real Time spoke to author Mei Fong about the one-child policy and the unwinding of it.
The day's China news, in photos.
Even though the one-child policy has just given way to a two-child regime, its defining characteristic remains intact: state control of a woman’s womb.
Xiaomi Corp. will begin sales in Africa this month, as the Chinese smartphone maker continues its overseas expansion to offset a slowing domestic market. Xiaomi will pass along a wide range of functions to an African distributor, suggesting the difficulty of reproducing its innovative online sales model in other markets.
The chief editor of a state-run newspaper in Xinjiang province was fired and expelled from the Communist Party in what appears to be part of a growing crackdown on intraparty dissent.
China has a new hotline for reporting spies -- but it will cost you to call it.
China’s first large passenger jet rolled off the assembly line on Monday after years of delays, bringing Beijing’s dream of developing a rival to Boeing Co. and Airbus Group SE closer to reality.
A Shanghai-based film studio is joining forces with Stan Lee, the former head of Marvel Comics, to create the world’s first English-language film starring a Chinese female superhero.
Ten of thousands of people turned out to celebrate the lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender community in Taipei on Saturday.
China is allowing families to have two children for the first time in 35 years, but the government may not necessarily see a swift change in the demographics.
China’s military conducted aerial and maritime drills this past week, its official news portal said, just days after a U.S. warship sailed through disputed waters.
Leaders of China, Japan and South Korea held their first three-way summit since 2012 on Sunday, but glossed over some contentious issues.
A United Nations-backed arbitration court in the Netherlands ruled that it has jurisdiction to hear a complaint from the Philippines against China’s sweeping territorial claims in the South China Sea.
China’s latest move to scrap its one-child policy buoyed property developer stocks Friday on hopes it could provide a boost to housing demand.
China’s leaders are on something of a bender as of late.
La Perla, the Italian lingerie maker, is betting that Chinese demand for its products such as $10,000 bras made with 24K gold thread will continue to rise.
China will abandon its one-child policy amid a looming labor crunch. WSJ China deputy bureau chief Carlos Tejada explains what's next.
A U.S. Navy patrol around Chinese-built islands in the South China Sea has set the stage for a flurry of diplomacy in Asia in the next month.
China’s Communist Party approved a five-year plan setting out the country’s strategic vision, vowing to speed up urbanization, encourage consumption and target “moderately high growth.”
The demise of the one-child policy isn't just good news for China’s couples hoping to have another child – it’s also a boon for the companies vying for their business.