A sample reaction from a Chinese blogger: “These old men look terrible.”
Beijing’s top five scapegoats, from journalists to hedge funds to the U.S. federal reserve
The New York Times has an aggressive strategy to deliver its English- and Chinese-language websites to mainland China.
Stockings and fake trees aren't made by elves. They're made 150 miles southwest of Shanghai, in the city of Yiwu.
Tourism to the island is up, and mass demonstrations are one of the main attractions.
Gadgets that test food for "gutter oil" are part of a growing industry.
Joko Widodo now faces putting campaign promises into action.
Exit polls have already crowned Narendra Modi's BJP as the winner, but they've been wrong before.
Investigating the hype surrounding the man who could be India's next prime minister
Tourism is already down after MH370's disappearance, and the worst is still to come.
"The Malays must give an explanation," one social-media user demanded. "The Chinese people are not fools."
The prime minister is trying to wipe out the social network. His campaign isn't going so well.
The latest attack, dubbed 'China's 9/11,' occurred far away from the country's restive Xinjiang province.
The inevitable fall of Mt. Gox and the even-more-inevitable rise of regulation
What will the 46,000 aspiring Canadians in China do now?
Communist Party officials are now prohibited from smoking in public, putting an end to a decades-old tradition.
Joseph Biden's criticisms of Beijing contrasted sharply with David Cameron's conciliatory tone. Who had the right idea?
Passage of the recent air-defense identification law is only one part of the country's push in the East China Sea.
Tacloban is extremely vulnerable to natural disasters. Does it have a future?
The international community is debating whether wealthy nations should compensate poorer ones for the ruin brought about by climate change.