Where Are We Going, Dad? presents a new generation of men who, in a break from Chinese tradition, now take an active role in their children's lives.
2013 will be remembered as the year that the country's air pollution problem went mainstream.
The Comrade Mao Zedong Memorial Museum, which once portrayed the leader as a revolutionary icon, now presents him as an incorruptible leader. What this shift in emphasis says about contemporary China.
Pursuing reciprocal measures against the Chinese media is logical, fair, and justified. Here's why it's a terrible idea.
The house arrest of Zhou Yongkang is the latest sign of Xi Jinping's consolidation of power. But why is it happening?
Beijing and Moscow's media crackdown has deflected attention away from Washington's own shoddy treatment of journalists.
A new survey claims that in China, people identify their success by the things they own more than in any other country in the world. But is this so unusual in a developing country?
In a country where two-wheelers once symbolized backwardness and poverty, Ines Brunn's hip, eco-friendly devices have become a smash hit.
The CBS program implies that Asia's biggest country has the intention and ability to damage every computer on earth.
Recent reforms—and a pending bilateral treaty—would make it easier for U.S. firms to compete in the country. But obstacles to full economic fairness remain.
Checkpoints with fire extinguishers, pincer-wielding police officers, and spies disguised as monks—welcome to daily life in Lhasa.
The energy-producing facilities claimed 257,000 people in 2011. Here's where mortalities are highest.
In a country where cremation was once mandatory, wealthy Chinese now turn to “death care services” companies that offer opulent memorial packages.
Why China's pilots have the opportunity to be the world's best.
NASA captures a 750-mile trail of haze on camera.
Massachusetts prosecutors will try Philip Chism, a 14-year-old accused of murder, as an adult. Ancient Chinese philosophy explains why this is a bad idea.
Although the government recently banned the controversial form of punishment, something similar remains in place for the country's prostitutes.
South Korea's expanded air defense identification zone now encompasses Socotra Rock, which also falls within the Chinese and Japanese zones.
A reporter from the newspaper discusses how the delay in issuing journalist visas is an escalation in Beijing's battle to control foreign coverage of the country.
The year in review, from the editor of The Atlantic's China Channel