A new market has emerged for inexpensive Chinese weapons, changing the regulatory calculus.
The gaokao, which determines where Chinese high schoolers go to college, has traditionally discriminated against rural students. But things are changing.
A Chinese firm is planning to build a skyscraper in the middle of an empty field as part of a new "vertical city".
But China's accusations that the U.S. is the real "hacking empire" ultimately misses the point.
Being a Communist Party cadre has its advantages. But there are risks, too.
They're more in control than you think.
See how H7N9 is spreading.
But will China stop its attacks?
Wu Renbao led a distinguished life -- but is nonetheless more famous in China for a fake magazine cover story.
Professional singer Peng Liyuan, wife of incoming Chinese president Xi Jinping, may redefine the Chinese political wife
Zhang Xin, one of the richest women in China, is trying to acquire one of the crown jewels of Manhattan real estate.
And what does it say about China's water supply?
It's the only place where you can read about the last Politburo Standing Committee's ritual suicide.
Some cried, while others longed for democracy -- or Hillary Clinton.
The big concerns are much the same in the People's Republic as they are in the United States: inequality, problems with the government, and the rising price of goods.
Millions on the social network Sina Weibo agree: It didn't impress ... but democracy does.
What did the presidential candidates focus on during their respective addresses in New York on Tuesday?