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June 29, 2017

China's labour activists work out of passion, with little or no pay, and expose themselves to increasingly higher risks as Beijing cracks down on civil society organizations.

Beijing (dpa) - When Deng Guilian first met in person the man who would become her...

May 26, 2017

China's north-eastern Liaoning province was the country's only region to slump into recession last year. A new plan to save the corruption-plagued "rust belt" province is regarded by residents with a mixture of hope and scepticism.

Beijing (dpa) - Xinghai Square...

May 15, 2017

Beijing (dpa) – Thirty heads of state and government adopted Monday a joint statement supporting Chinese President Xi Jinping’s ambitious plan to build a trade and infrastructure network across Eurasia.

The country leaders posed in front of a traditional Chinese paintin...

May 11, 2017

China is preparing to host regional leaders at a summit to promote the "New Silk Road." How far do Beijing's ambitions go?

Beijing (dpa) – When Chinese President Xi Jinping takes a group photo with some of Eurasia’s most powerful political leaders later this month in B...

March 15, 2017

China's Premier Li Keqiang may be forced to step down as the country's economy slows and President Xi Jinping's power increases.

Beijing (dpa) - Chinese Premier Li Keqiang left his annual press conference on Wednesday with a hand wave, a grin and an unexpected...

February 27, 2017

BEIJING (City Weekend) - Last December, a thick blanket of smog enveloped Beijing and stayed for a couple of weeks. The pollution shut schools, grounded flights, and sent Chinese social media into a spiral of panic and soul-searching. China’s Minister of Environmental...

November 27, 2016

New HIV diagnoses have doubled since 2008, yet ignorance about the virus is widespread; with parents, schools and health authorities saying little, it’s left to NGOs to spread safe sex message

Beijing (South China Morning Post) - Lin Hui, a student in China, thought con...

July 6, 2016

Hao has recently published her first non-genre novel, Born in 1984, which looks at the anxieties of her generation, facing an uncertain future in a rapidly changing world saturated with social media

Beijing (South China Morning Post) - Hao Jingfang is part of a rising g...

June 23, 2016

Dr Xu Kecheng wanted to find a way for advanced-stage cancer patients to live with the disease rather than die from it.

Beijing, China (Al Jazeera) - As she waited to see her oncologist, Raluca Pietroiu felt nervous but hopeful. For four years, the 34-year-old Romanian...

April 5, 2016

BEIJING (International Business Times UK) - Chinese news outlets, like the rest of the world's media, covered the Panama Papers scandal on Monday (4 April), focusing on Vladimir Putin and the US$2bn (£1.4bn) money trail that allegedly led to the Russian President. But...

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