Beijing stipulates that $586 billion in stimulus funds be spent only on Chinese goods
The article referencing the June 4, 1989, 'incident' appeared only in an English-language publication.
Our children and grandchildren, yes. But the running trade deficit gets a little trickier.
After a scandal highlighting rampant plagiarism, the government tries to rein it in – and a new generation of teachers trained abroad could help.
China's foreign minister will visit Washington today amid tension over Tibet and a US-China naval clash in the South China Sea.
Millions – many now jobless – pack the railways during the world's largest annual migration.
Beijing restores tax breaks and other perks for Chinese exporters. It's worried that declining exports mean more social unrest.