Second quarter data shows that the country is still relying too much on its outdated growth model.
The two countries' trade deficit, once a contentious issue, is swinging toward Washington's favor.
Prime Minister Li Keqiang vows to overhaul the country's economic model -- but will he be able to?
As traditional attitudes toward sex fade away in the country, companies like Durex are poised to capitalize.
Move aside, Tokyo. Seven of the world's ten most expensive markets -- Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Tianjin, Guangzhou and Chongqing -- are in China
Could the fat years be nearing an end?
I just want to say two words to you. Plastic. Garbage.
By 2050, the human population will be 9 billion. Can the meat machine keep up?
Abenomics as feminism
Higher property taxes.
A teenager's defacement of an ancient Egyptian temple has been cause for soul-searching back home.
A private equity firm wants to transform the flagging resort chain into a luxury destination for Chinese tourists.
China's latest food scandal comes from soil pollution -- and this time, there's no easy solution.
Now an observer member of the Arctic Council, Beijing seeks a new opportunity to cut shipping costs ... and get at the ocean's fish stocks.
A rhino-head heist spree is sweeping the world and destroying rhino populations, mostly because of some ridiculous myths
Why Beijing's big economic announcement will not amount to much
... by consuming over twelve times more fish than it's admitting to.
Could this high-profile case pressure Beijing to crack down?
Dead animals in rivers represent just one of the country's many waste disposal concerns.
A new report on the colleges that graduate the most super-duper rich people finds that a certain Cambridge school is the runaway leader -- especially for women