Undercover investigation has revealed some pretty sickening cleaning practices at a popular budget hotel chain in Hangzhou. [ more › ]
Watch the moment a crowd of residents and policemen work together to pull an adult wild elephant from a one-meter mire it'd gotten stuck in at a nature reserve in Yunnan province. [ more › ]
Yum Brands Inc., is facing a new reality: Chinese consumers don't find its KFC and Pizza Hut chains fresh and different anymore.
The actress and U.N. special envoy pleaded with the security council to take action
In 1975, the world acted to save Boat People from Indochina, the Boat People of today are ignored
The two countries were once as close as lips and teeth, but Beijing is increasingly wary of Pyongyang and Kim Jong Un
If just driving around China normally isn't death defying enough for you, we'd like to suggest you cruise on up to Hubei and test out your nerve on something they call the "Sky Road." [ more › ]
A three-year-old child who was believed to have been left home alone remarkably survived after falling from a fifth-floor window. [ more › ]
A court in southwestern China tasked with handling one of the country’s most high-profile domestic violence cases was itself the scene of violence and abuse as it issued a final verdict on Friday.
Today in brilliant but illegal structures: an abandoned bus in Guancheng, Zhengzhou has been converted into a fully-stocked convenience store. [ more › ]
With fabric successfully digitally stitched on to conceal Fan Bingbing's historical cleavage and not a single stripper pole to be found at this year's Shanghai Auto Show, China's censors are back to targeting a familiar threat to China's morality—Japanese porn stars such as the multi-talented Sola Aoi. [ more › ]
Just go with it. [ more › ]
An estimated 1.5 million died in the massacres, deportations and forced marches of 1915
Labor disputes continued to swell in China over the first three months of this year, as slowing growth in the world’s second-largest economy puts more pressure on workers.
Project N is another example of how Chinese companies are hoping to piggyback on new technologies to break into the auto industry.
A 34-year-old man from Jiangxi province was recently rescued from a shoddy cotton workshop in Qingyuan city, Guangdong province, where he had been held against his will and forced to work for the past 18 years. [ more › ]
Chinese officials have launched a campaign to put an end to striptease shows at funerals, because life is no fun and apparently death can't be either. [ more › ]
A team of Chinese scientists have reported using human embryos as subjects for an experiment in editing genes in a way that could be passed on permanently.
China plans to crack down on graveside strippers.
China's determined square-dancers at times seem unstoppable. No matter what hurdles the world throws at them, whether it be bicycle locks, regulated routines or—quite literally—feces, they find a way to dance, whenever and wherever. [ more › ]