Chinese President Xi Jinping's signature anticorruption campaign has been badly tarnished by what a new report describes as a process in which party members are "repeatedly interrogated and often tortured."
Blink and you miss millions of people moving from the countryside to the city. [ more › ]
Donald Trump, the notorious Twitter troll, just got a taste of Chinese medicine
Xi Jinping's favorite local English pub has a new owner -- a Chinese one. [ more › ]
After pulling a pint for Chinese President Xi Jinping last year, an iconic English pub has now pulled in Chinese investors.
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No, the sky is not falling. [ more › ]
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While Beijing has yet to be bated into a Twitter war with Donald Trump following his China-bashing Tweetstorm yesterday, Chinese state media are now beginning to take closer aim at the outspoken president-elect. [ more › ]
China’s economy grew at a stable pace in November, according to 14 economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal, but a new surge of capital outflows was a dark spot on the horizon.
Tibet mothers are set to receive China's longest maternity leave at 365 days. [ more › ]
One couple's plan to stay overnight in IKEA in Beijing and live-stream their high jinks went awry.
If he does the get the job, might this come back to haunt Huntsman? [ more › ]
Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist's picks. [ more › ]
Discrediting the voting system and acting undiplomatically make American democracy a less appealing alternative
A Wuhan woman shows foreigners who best at Chinese culture by wolfing down a bowl of hot dry noodles in just eight seconds. [ more › ]
Stuck in a national crisis? Natural disaster? Don't be surprised when WeChat doesn't work [ more › ]
"Don't feed the animals" if you don't want to give them liver damage, says Chinese state media. [ more › ]
The typically low-key head of China’s securities regulator took an unusually biting swipe at investors quietly raising their stakes in blue-chip companies, calling them new-money barbarians.
If there's something strange in you neighborhood, Who you gonna call? China's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection! [ more › ]