This week brought a new woe to Beijing's beleaguered commuters: airport-style security at some subway stations, which created massive lines and long waits to get on trains in the first place.
Yes, tourists can take advantage of Colorado's new marijuana-friendly laws, but there are still rules to be followed.
China’s ambitious Shanghai Free Trade Zone is designed to welcome foreign investment and open up an attractive yuan-denominated financial sector to the rest of the world. But it’s hard to boast about free trade credentials behind the Great Firewall of China, so media outlets and social networks that are banned elsewhere in China will be available in the zone.
In China, “people enjoy full freedom on the Internet,” an official from the Ministry of Information told Indian reporters during a visit to Mumbai this week. The reassurances comes as Beijing has embarked on a widespread crackdown on information on the internet.
Microsoft’s $7.2 billion deal for most of struggling Finnish phone manufacturer Nokia lessens the load of an unlikely burden—a surplus of overseas cash.