General Electric and Chinese run CSR Corp plan to invest $50 million in passenger trains for California and Florida
It's no secret that the statistics are less than ideal. Imperfect data is a defining characteristic of developing nations.
In contrast to last year's UN summit in Copenhagen, this year's talks are marked by strikingly low expectations
Some quibbles to observations made by Megan McArdle during her visit to the Asian nation.
Youku, China's video-sharing site, provides a do-it-yourself spirit that much of the country's music is lacking
How much has the country grown since the last official count? Estimations vary by billions.
How the 12th incarnation reflects a search to define the communist country's culture
How is China's Premier, Wen Jiabao, shifting the country's politics?
The Chinese are reportedly targeting not only Japan, but now the US, by withholding its exports
A dispatch from the first Chinese hosted talk offers an inside look at the dialogue between the U.S. and China
A rare video interview of a Western journalist interviewing the Premier of China
The House passed a bill allowing the U.S. to levy tariffs on Chinese exports. The lesson: trade conflict is here to stay.
With its current traffic and environmental issues, China should consider an electric bike sharing program
After today's release of the Chinese fishing boat, it seems like Japan has bowed to China's pressure
An update on the increasingly complex situation involving electric vehicles and the industrial policies of China and the United States
Do China's subsidies of its renewable energy sector violate WTO rules?
A fascinating Al Jazeera International segment depicting a candid portrayal of Asians in Africa
With billions of potential drivers, will China lead the way in alternative automobile technology?
As America winds up for election season, the number-two power is also gearing up to elect a new head of state
A bottlenecked railroad system may have led more cars to the already packed roads