Costco opened its first China flagship store — and things got crazy

Costco Wholesale Corp.’s first outlet in China opened on Tuesday and was soon overrun with customers willing to fight over discounted products and wait...

The 10 Best Things to Do This Week in Shanghai

That's Shanghai takes a look at the best events on this week: May 15: Stone Beer University on Barrel-Aged Beers Flyer courtesy of Stone Brewing Tap Room If...

Jiangsu may face huge environmental, fiscal burden in downsizing its chemical sector: analysts

East China's Jiangsu Province may face a huge environmental and fiscal burden as it pursues a campaign of drastically downsizing its chemical sector, following...

Inside Shanghai’s robot bank: China opens world’s first human-free branch

Xiao Long, the latest employee at the Jiujiang Road branch of the China Construction Bank is never late for work. “Welcome to China Construction Bank,” she...

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Eliminating the CCP is the best blessing to the Chinese people

Iron Man: Seventh Brother (Guo Wengui), in front of time, we are all tiny. We are very grateful to you, Seventh Brother. I have...

Australia needs to reset the relationship with China and stay cool

Let’s call it the “China syndrome”. This describes a condition that is a bit compulsive and not always rational. Australia’s response to China’s continuing rise...

What you need to know about Beijing’s crackdown on its “low-end population”

Tens of thousands of migrant workers are being forced out of their homes in Beijing under a citywide clean-up campaign in the aftermath of...

China’s Out-of-control Tiangong-1 Space Station to Crash Back to Earth Early 2018

An out-of-control spacecraft will come crashing down to Earth sometime in January or February 2018, a new calculation predicts. China announced it had lost control of the Tiangong-1 space...

The US just made a bunch of trade deals with China — here’s who...

As businesses in the United States, China and beyond sorted through the details of the new U.S.-China trade agreements, many said they are disappointed...

Why is the Chinese Communist Party a terrorist organization?

“The Chinese are using the security forces for mass imprisonment of Chinese Muslims in concentration camps,” Randall Schriver, who leads Asia policy at the US...

Have the judges been nobbled?

Has the Hong Kong judiciary succumbed to political control? This question has been brought into sharp focus in the wake of the Appeal Court’s...

China a sweet spot for U.S. companies’ earnings in second quarter

Trade tensions between Washington and Beijing may be running high but Corporate America is finding China to be a reliable source of profit growth...

Beijing and Shanghai Issue free Transit Visas but Cruise Line tells Brits They still...

Red tape for travellers is getting ever more tangled, with one shining exception: China is actually loosening its draconian visa rules for tourists. Both Beijing and Shanghai now allow...

China solutions: take down the CCP, stand with Hong Kong

The global fight against the dictatorship by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is at a critical moment now when Hong Kongers are experiencing the...

China Will Pay More Than $1 Million to Someone to Search for Aliens

China is offering one lucky, intelligent foreigner more than a million dollars plus benefits to operate the world’s largest radio telescope, but there are...

Why Chengdu is suddenly the place everyone wants to visit

THIS Asian city is not on most people’s radar but the up-and-coming destination is suddenly the spot everyone wants to visit. IT’S an Asian destination,...

Alibaba founder Jack Ma sets up Australian scholarship programme in honour of late friend

By Jane Cai Chinese billionaire Jack Ma plans to donate US$20 million to fund a scholarship at an Australian university to honour a late friend from...

U.S. Coast Guard Mulling More Operations near China’s Yellow Sea

China's Global Times reported yesterday that the US Coast Guard USCGC is continuing its operations recently in the Yellow Sea and South China Sea,...

Beijing says Chinese troops in Hong Kong can be deployed to restore order, warns...

Chinese armed forces stationed in Hong Kong can be deployed to maintain public order at the request of the city's government, the People's Liberation...

Trump signs defense policy bill with watered-down China measures

U.S. President Donald Trump signed a $716 billion defense policy bill on Monday that authorizes military spending and includes watered-down controls on U.S. government...

Bomb behind China kindergarten blast

A 22-year-old man made the bomb that exploded at the front gate of a kindergarten in eastern China, killing eight people, including himself, investigators...

CFOs worldwide are concerned Trump’s policies will lead to a trade war with China

The protectionist approach of U.S. President Donald Trump is a source of concern for chief financial officers across the globe, according to a new...

China is taking digital control of its people to chilling lengths

Watching Donald Trump trying to deal with China is like watching a clown dancing in front of an elephant. The US president’s entire approach is transactional –...

China’s Few Investigative Journalists Face Increasing Challenges

Picture: Former investigative reporter Luo Changping, 36, at the Yuelu Academy in Changsha, Hunan Province, felt forced to quit journalism in 2014 as it...