Chongming Island’s planned community remains a gleam in the eye. But China is making progress on green design codes.
A bid to develop and grow musical theater begins with a storied import.
Once a factory cook, Guo Peiji heeded Deng Xiaoping's call and has made his family wealthy as a restaurateur.
A six-part series by Peter Ford, staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor
Its economy has broken records, and the country is a global player – but the financial crisis could threaten stability.
A villager from western China, Qi Xuewu headed east in search of a better life, joining 140 million ambitious migrant workers.
For decades, China demonized foreigners and capitalists. Today, businesspeople worldwide jet here from to find profits and a warm welcome. Born in Beijing in 1949, Carl “Ke Lu” Crook has seen the best and worst of Chinese hospitality.