The article referencing the June 4, 1989, 'incident' appeared only in an English-language publication.
This month China bought stakes in French, Canadian, and Australian firms.
China's government is bargain-hunting internationally as the financial crisis pushes down prices of energy resources and assets.
But winning credibility as an objective news source will be a hurdle, experts say.
The Communist Party speaks sharply – yet again – in a bid to curtail flourishing seasonal corruption.
Beijing marked warming ties with Taiwan by sending two pandas, Tuan Tuan and Yuan Yuan, to the Taipei Zoo.
Once a factory cook, Guo Peiji heeded Deng Xiaoping's call and has made his family wealthy as a restaurateur.
Its economy has broken records, and the country is a global player – but the financial crisis could threaten stability.
Despite an apparent intent to hold further talks before the Beijing Olympics, China continues to criticize the 'Dalai clique.'