China's Man-Made Island Threatens US, South China Sea Neighbors
November 24 2014 1:38 PM EST
A cluster of islands in the South China Sea will be a reason China and the U.S. will always struggle to get along.
Prince William To Visit China In First Royal Visit To Mainland Since 1986
November 24 2014 11:33 AM EST
Buckingham Palace is expected to formally make an announcement this week regarding Prince William's trip to China in 2015.
No Easy 'Plan B' For Iran If Nuclear Talks Collapse
November 24 2014 12:27 AM EST
Talks between Iran and six powers are expected to fail to reach a deal to lift sanctions by a deadline on Monday.
Asia Stocks Jump As China, Europe Step Up Stimulus
November 24 2014 12:00 AM EST
Chinese stock markets rallied, with a key index at its highest level in around one-and-a-half years.
China Ready To Cut Rates Again On Fears Of Deflation: Sources
November 23 2014 9:57 PM EST
Economic growth has slowed to 7.3 percent in the third quarter and policymakers feared it was on the verge of dipping below 7 percent.
China Arrests Man For Spying On Aircraft Carrier Base: CCTV
November 23 2014 2:06 AM EST
The man was detained after photographing the base and selling the images to a foreigner, according to Chinese state media.
China’s Interest-Rate Cut Likely To Pinch Bank Profitability
November 22 2014 1:51 PM EST
China’s midsize banks are already suffering from higher rates of bad loans and a slowdown in profit growth.
What China's Rate Cut Means For Global Economy
November 21 2014 5:32 PM EST
Any real benefit to China's economy will probably be the result of factors outside the country.
'Great Firewall' Loomed Over China's First Internet Conference
November 21 2014 5:13 PM EST
Officials and foreign tech leaders met to discuss business at China's first World Internet Conference.
China Rejects Tohti's Appeal, Tries Gao
November 21 2014 3:54 AM EST
Beijing has attracted global criticism for its detention of Uighur activist Ilham Tohti and journalist Gao Yu.
China's Pollution Solution? Relocate It
November 20 2014 1:47 PM EST
China hopes to meet its pollution cap targets by sending big polluters overseas.
'Hunger Games' Inspires Protest Movements
November 20 2014 8:30 AM EST
Activists have connected their messages to pop culture for centuries as a way to explain their point of view.
Seven People, Including 6 Nurses, Killed In Attack On Chinese Hospital
November 20 2014 12:53 AM EST
Doctors at Chinese hospitals are typically poorly paid, which affects the quality of care provided at the country's medical institutions.
Russia's And China's Navies, Together In The Mediterranean
November 19 2014 12:21 PM EST
Chinese navy ships are a very rare sight in the Mediterranean. Now, they will go there for an exercise, with Russia.
Hong Kong Police Arrest 4 Protesters
November 19 2014 2:37 AM EST
A small group of pro-democracy protesters broke into the city’s Legislative Council building, prompting riot police to use pepper spray.
China Shoots Down 'Hunger Games' Release
November 18 2014 12:27 PM EST
Despite previously approving the latest Hunger Games movie for release, China's government censors are having second thoughts.
Iran Uses China Bank To Transfer Funds To Quds-Linked Companies: Report
November 18 2014 4:27 AM EST
Washington designated the Quds a supporter of terrorism in 2007. The European Union sanctioned them in 2011.
Support For Hong Kong Street Protests Wanes: Poll
November 17 2014 5:12 AM EST
The protests, which drew well over 100,000 at their peak, have dwindled to hundreds camped out in colorful tents at key intersections.
Fire At Chinese Carrot Factory Kills 18: Xinhua
November 16 2014 8:57 PM EST
The company's managers have been detained by police.
Goodbye, APEC; Hello, Smog: Capital's Return To Normalcy
November 16 2014 3:09 AM EST
The "APEC Blue" skies Beijing enjoyed during the summit have vanished, replaced by the smog for which the city is notorious.