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Game on: How the US and China are vying for dominance in the battle of the Asia-Pacific trade pacts
Mind the gap: narrowing income divide key to realising Xi Jinping's 'Chinese dream'
Great economic leap forward: China prepares for shift to market- and consumer-based economy
How China's five-year plan, an overhang from the Soviet era, has evolved
Megalopolis: the future of urban planning in China
Beijing says controversial work in South China Sea aimed at 'better weather forecasts'
Campaign to teach Chinese civil servants the 'ancient classics'
China rolls out new rules for foreign investment in free-trade zones
Will China’s president attend Lee Kuan Yew’s funeral?

Who attends a foreign leader’s funeral is not simply a matter of diplomatic protocol, it is also an indicator of the state of relations between two countries.

26 Mar 2015 - 6:04PM

Who attends a foreign leader’s funeral is not simply a matter of diplomatic protocol, it is also an indicator of the state of relations between two countries.

Will China’s president attend Lee Kuan Yew’s funeral?
Retired leader Wu Bangguo makes rare public appearance
Xu Caihou: the general who rose up the ranks but fell from grace
Breaking rank: military graft no longer taboo topic in China

Military corruption is being discussed at the parliamentary sessions in Beijing, with several PLA delegates conducting high-profile media interviews describing examples of misconduct in striking detail.

14 Mar 2015 - 2:56AM

Military corruption is being discussed at the parliamentary sessions in Beijing, with several PLA delegates conducting high-profile media interviews describing examples of misconduct in striking detail.

Breaking rank: military graft no longer taboo topic in China
Going on record on those rumours

China is highly sensitive to any negative news concerning its leaders, and maintains the tightest of procedures for the release of such information.

10 Mar 2015 - 5:25AM

China is highly sensitive to any negative news concerning its leaders, and maintains the tightest of procedures for the release of such information.

Going on record on those rumours
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang warns 'slack' officials they'll be exposed
China looks to young entrepreneurs to drive its innovation economy

As economic growth slows and the property sector cools, the mainland is relying on more entrepreneurs, especially younger ones, to be creative and brave enough to turn their ideas into profitable businesses.

4 Mar 2015 - 10:01AM

As economic growth slows and the property sector cools, the mainland is relying on more entrepreneurs, especially younger ones, to be creative and brave enough to turn their ideas into profitable businesses.

China looks to young entrepreneurs to drive its innovation economy
Communist Party official accuses crackdown critics of 'ulterior motives'
Will the rest of China follow Shanghai's lead to ditch GDP targets?

Debate is rising about whether China should scrap annual gross domestic product goals following Shanghai mayor Yang Xiong's announcement that the city had ditched its official target for this year.

3 Mar 2015 - 10:12AM

Debate is rising about whether China should scrap annual gross domestic product goals following Shanghai mayor Yang Xiong's announcement that the city had ditched its official target for this year.

Will the rest of China follow Shanghai's lead to ditch GDP targets?
Xi Jinping orders elite cadres to put more weight behind 'rule by law' rollout
China president stresses Marxist materialism in effort to silence critics

President Xi Jinping sought to silence critics at both ends of the political spectrum on Friday by using a Politburo study session to underscore his commitment to Marxism and socialism, analysts said.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM

President Xi Jinping sought to silence critics at both ends of the political spectrum on Friday by using a Politburo study session to underscore his commitment to Marxism and socialism, analysts said.

China president stresses Marxist materialism in effort to silence critics
Xi Jinping's vision of new type of Sino-US relations 'too ambitious'
Triad crime gangs have ‘infiltrated government of resource-rich Shanxi’

Organised crime has infiltrated government agencies to collude with corrupt officials in the coal-rich province of Shanxi, one of the main targets of the central government’s extensive anti-corruption drive.

12 Jan 2015 - 9:31PM

Organised crime has infiltrated government agencies to collude with corrupt officials in the coal-rich province of Shanxi, one of the main targets of the central government’s extensive anti-corruption drive.

Triad crime gangs have ‘infiltrated government of resource-rich Shanxi’
Scholars divided over historical, geographical and legal claims to the disputed Diaoyus in East China Sea