A Guangzhou woman reportedly advertised the newborn as 99 percent new, 100 free.
"If ancestors are lonely, they can call the grand spirit of Steve Jobs."
Shandong police may have mistaken a mild-mannered household pet for a ferocious predator.
The Beijing-backed candidate wins, prompting talk of elections and "One Country, Two Systems."
The international public health work that made Kim, now the president's nominee for World Bank head, such a respected figure.
The Chinese civil service exam asks female applicants to report when they typically menstruate.
The denounced parents of modern-day Chinese leaders are a reminder of the Cultural Revolution's legacy.
A Nanjing college student's suicide note on social media has led to a wider online discussion about mental health.
Beijing sets standards for the appellation of traditional Chinese cuisine.
Chinese Web users respond to the sudden downfall of one of the country's most well-known officials.
"If the Knicks lose again tomorrow, I... won't eat breakfast."
An unemployed man in Wuhan finds a market for small, man-made underwater vessels.
A survey of which country provides the most annoying tourists had China turn up second.
A somewhat misogynistic spin on the international day of recognition.
The Arab Spring could renew Nasser's 60-year-old mission for pan-Arabism, but the movement would face new challenges today.
Chinese web users debate whether joining the U.S. is so great anymore.
Mixed views on a famous revolutionary figure
China's most populous city complains of a water supply some locals suspect to be tainted.
A UK tradition pushes China's unmarried women to pursue the men, for once.
The country's Twitter-like microblog starts a conversation about livable wages and disposable income in the world's powerhouse economy.