Zhu Ling Case Re-emerges, Unleashing Chinese Fury
Nearly two decades after Zhu Ling was poisoned, her case has electrified the nation with questions about the power of China’s political elite in a society where justice remains elusive.
Japanese and Chinese Boats Converge on Contested Islands
Beijing and Tokyo sent vessels to monitor a flotilla of boats carrying Japanese nationalists that sailed near islands in the East China Sea that both nations claim as their own.
Art: A Prosperous China Goes on a Museum Building Spree
China is in the midst of a museum-building binge, fueled by the nation’s booming economy, but the Chinese are still sorting out what exactly they want from their museums.
China's new leader to usher in 'renaissance'
Xi Jinping calls for efforts to realise Chinese dream in first speech as head of world's most populous nation.
China to Transfer Railway Debt
A new state railway company will shoulder the debt of China's former Ministry of Railways but will receive state backing, as Chinese officials begin overhauling the nation's rail system.