The father of modern Chinese literature, Lu Xun, is now considered inappropriate for students.
Antipathy toward their former colonial occupier is still pervasive in China -- but this no longer automatically translates into support for the Communist Party.
While their parents work in faraway cities, the country's rural youth are often neglected. What can be done to help them?
Prosecutors seem intent on giving the corrupt official a lenient sentence, sparking nationwide outrage.
Why revelations of government surveillance leave Chinese people feeling cool toward the United States.
Economic growth has raised living standards throughout the country -- but stress levels have risen too.
A look at the organization's worsening image problem.
Complaints about iPhones may not be so organic, after all.
The idea of abolishing the one-child policy, once taboo in China, now has a prominent backer
Chinese netizens engage in clever rhetorical tricks in order to talk openly about the New York Times hacking story
Wealthy Chinese are, on average, 16 years younger than their American counterparts.
Web users behind the Great Firewall bantered over topics ranging from competitive singing to government accountability. Sometimes, they were even the same thing.
On the weakening of ideology in the PLA
Courtesy of one of the country's biggest philanthropists. What is he up to?
Many Chinese are memorializing the tragedy today, but, as in past years, some are arguing that the U.S. had it coming.