Contrary to popular belief, China’s legions of pro-government Internet commentators aren’t really out to convince critics of anything. They just want everyone to think happy thoughts.
Well, that's a relief. [ more › ]
China’s decline as a great power in the 19th century can’t be blamed on imperialism and opium. It was bad monetary policy, after all.
Where to go, what to do this weekend in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist's picks. [ more › ]
Chinese Internet giant Tencent Holdings Ltd. and online retailer JD.com Inc. are deepening their advertising partnership on Tencent’s social media app.
"24-hour AC and security, free overnight rate, no wonder the women chose the ATM stall over a hotel." [ more › ]
Another day, another alarming international incident over the always turbulent waters of the South China Sea. [ more › ]
Elite Dining Week draws nearer with more than 50 restaurants in Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou and Shenzhen competing for your votes on their exquisite menus. If you haven't already booked a table then you better be quick! Here are 4 restaurants in Shanghai, recommended by DiningCity. Watch videos to find out more about the chefs and the menus they offer. [ more › ]
Chinese home-appliance maker Midea Group launched a $5-billion-plus bid for German robotics specialist Kuka AG.
13,000 kilometers and counting! [ more › ]
President Xi’s dream for China’s soccer glory has become a national policy, writes expert contributor Yiyi Lu.
Two Chinese jet fighters intercepted an American reconnaissance aircraft flying over the South China Sea in what U.S. defense officials characterized as a potentially unsafe maneuver.
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Nothing says love like a handwritten...party constitution? [ more › ]
Who says Chinese people are uncivilized?" one netizen asked. [ more › ]
Mr. Ma goes to Washington, quietly. [ more › ]
Well, this is depressing. [ more › ]
The two men have promised to help 99 more gay couples marry in China. [ more › ]
Experts in doping say recent technological advances led to the spate of positive results announced by the International Olympic Committee on Tuesday.
Hong Kong has ramped up security measures in preparation for the arrival of Zhang Dejiang, the No. 3 official in the Chinese Communist Party.