Topic: Peking University
Weibos are the freest place in China to speak. Now Chinese authorities are moving to curb that freedom.
Vice President Xi Jinping announces two film deals that offer Hollywood more access to China and set up a Chinese joint venture with DreamWorks to boost China's push into animation.
Christmas commerce – and karaoke – are proving highly popular in China.
12/22/2011 10:29 am
Despite a new smoke-free zone at Peking University, China is making only half-hearted efforts to dissuade people from smoking.
12/15/2011 11:07 am
Chinese officials have reacted cooly to President Obama’s announcement Wednesday that US Marines will be based in northern Australia, closer to the disputed South China Sea than any other US land forces.
11/17/2011 10:56 am
Although China, the world's largest creditor, has bought European bonds in the past, experts doubts that it will invest in a new investment vehicle meant to alleviate the Europe debt crisis.
10/28/2011 10:15 am
China has successfully launched the first component to build its own space station, indicating that it is closing the gap with the big space powers such as the US and Russia.
09/29/2011 11:13 am
Calls for death penalty reform in China are growing, but so is the ability of the public to pressure courts into changing sentences perceived as too lenient – a development some say verges on mob justice.
09/28/2011 03:01 pm
The Surmang Foundation is training community health workers on the remote Tibetan plateau, where small advances can mean the difference between life and death.
08/29/2011 04:38 pm
Online messages allowed Chinese to learn quickly about an accident involving two new high-speed trains. The public has reacted furiously to a lack of transparency about the cause.
07/26/2011 11:07 am