Chinese officials and businessmen have spent billions on properties in elite pockets of London, New York, and Los Angeles. Beijing is now tracking them down.
Yesterday's incident near the iconic square would mark the latest turn in the strained relationship between the ethnic group, who hail from China's Xinjiang Province, and the Beijing government.
Electronic bicycles—ubiquitous in Chinese cities—are widely banned in many American towns. Advocates are hoping for this to change.
In a 1924 letter, Chinese political leader Sun Yatsen invited the automobile mogul to his country, urging him to help create “a new industrial system.”
As the U.S. government shutdown continues, Beijing is losing patience with American global leadership.
The practice of buying apartments for lovers—common among wealthy men—may have serious consequences for China's economy.
FreeWeibo has launched a service allowing anyone to read censored Sina Weibo tweets—something it hopes won't be necessary in the future.
Throughout the rest of the country, the long-term bans on the popular social media sites will remain in place.
Once little known, Fu Zhenghua has detained or arrested several well-known Internet commentators in recent weeks.
As investigations of the politician mount, another major legal case could be around the corner.
From strip-teasing supporters to fake Instagram photos, it's hard to predict what will happen next.
Beijing's reaction to Moscow's decision to offer the whistleblower immunity shows just how warm relations have grown between the two powers.
As tourism from China increases, citizens of the Hermit Kingdom ask to be treated with more respect.
In an effort to limit delays, the country has introduced "unrestricted takeoffs". But the strategy has just shifted waiting times from the ground to the skies.
The iconic animals are a big business in China. But is this increased attention harming conservation efforts?
Peter Humphrey's detention in connection with a GlaxoSmithKline bribery scheme has unsettled consultants who once flocked to the country.