Beijing eager to repeat 2008 Games extravaganza, but questions linger about abuses last time around.
National security adviser pushes China on growing radical Islamic group.
Prophet or Judas? The son of China’s state church founder tries to redefine thorny legacy.
The professional social networking site is just the latest to wrestle with the problems that come with doing business in the country.
A former chief of public security bureau in Tianjin is accused of corruption as city adopts dozens of his innovations.
As Beijing tightens its grip on the region, pro-democracy activists vow to occupy the business district.
Even in booming economy, jobs are rare and often limited to massage and hairdressing.
Some hope the story of a Uighur princess who married a Chinese emperor will calm a restive region.
China’s says mixed marriages bring unity. Tibetan critics say they represent colonization.
The papal visit to South Korea gets a mixed reaction from Beijing and an unfriendly one from North Korea.