A growing number of people end up in jail for the illegal possession of imitation guns thanks to China’s both vague and strict standards
Using borrowed money to buy listed companies, Chinese insurance companies are playing ‘barbarians at the gate,’ rather than acting as stabilizers of the market as expected. That is a risk – but also a much needed kick for the stock market
China's large number of bereaved families caused by its restrictive family planning policies deserve help.
Having a foreign degree no longer necessarily ensures a good career, but parents are still eager for their kids to escape a failing domestic education system.
How can China and the US cooperate to solve problems with North Korea
Four old men preparing to go fishing on stilts
A fisherman ties the stilts to his legs with rope
Fishing on stilts is laborious work that combines strength and skills
76-year-old Wu Ruijin's hair has turned white
The four fishermen's stilts
Pei Yongshao, 76, also carves wood as a hobby
Gao Xiongying, 74, stands before his family altar and prays
China plans to establish a single over-arching branch of government to investigate and curb corruption at all levels
At the end of October, some 370 senior cadres of China’s Communist Party, including members of the Party’s present Central Committee, gathered in Beijing’s Jingxi Hotel to attend one of China’s most important political events of 2016: the Sixth Plenum of the 18th Central Committee.
China’s leading online shopping platform Taobao has over 100,000 high-end consumers with special shopping privileges. Will the group help to drive the company’s service upgrades?
Some young Chinese are seeking new experiences overseas, or escaping problems at home, by enlisting in foreign armed forces