Since the major 2008 earthquake in Sichuan, China has had more than 20 earthquakes measuring above 6.0 on the Richter scale.
Hint: It's not Chicago O'Hare or Atlanta in the US.
China blasted Japan's 'white paper' defense report about its maritime activities as 'untruthful.'
For the first time in 50 years, a British player won the men’s title at Wimbledon and this fan cheered all the way from Beijing.
Grown children in China must visit their parents or face fines or even jail, according to a new law that went into effect today.
This week's round-up of Good Reads includes China's desire to become the world's main superpower, Edward Snowden's confessional video, the ease of making cyberweapons, eradicating global poverty, and the demise of Norwegian fishermen.
The simmering conflict in China's western province of Xinjiang boiled over again Wednesday, with state media reporting 27 people died in the latest violence to hit the largely Muslim region.
Nothing goes unregulated in China. Even China’s ‘one child policy’ has a little known canine equivalent: Only one dog per household in cities like Beijing and Shanghai.
The NSA leaker is traveling to Moscow en route to a third country. Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman told journalists Sunday that he knows nothing of Snowden's travel plans.
The case of NSA leaker Edward Snowden was one that neither Hong Kong nor Beijing wanted to get involved in. With a stalling maneuver, Hong Kong let Mr. Snowden flee US extradition.
A Chinese astronaut gave China its first physics lesson by video from space today, a required lesson for middle schools across the country.
US recyclers are nervous about losing their largest market after China began enforcing new environmental laws this year.