The innovation capital is prospering again, with more jobs and the nation’s highest wages.
Identifiers that used to anchor characteristics to communities may be slipping away in an increasingly unrooted world.
A strategic semiconductor firm gets leeway on promoting faith in its halls.
The weak dollar may push up energy prices by affecting supply, demand, and investor behavior.
Hao Jiang Tian's hard upbringing in the Cultural Revolution helped him find his voice.
Imported valve stems may cause tires to fail. One recall issued; a US agency is investigating.
The agreement, made during the first formal talks since 1999, will allow weekend charter flights starting in July. Critics say that Taiwan has made too many concessions too quickly.
Rembrandt and Vermeer, of course. But this city's art treasures hardly end there.
The naval buildup on Hainan appears to be part of Beijing's long-range plan to increase its military presence, but the new base has alarmed neighboring countries and the US.
Hu Jintao will play ping-pong and talk pandas and energy. The visit comes as strains over interpretations of history appear to be easing.