|08.27.14||China Considering $16 Billion for Electric-Vehicle ChargersIncreased state funding would be a tailwind for carmakers coping with consumer concerns over the price, reliability and convenience of electric vehicles.||Business, Energy, Environment, Politics|
|08.27.14||Xi Eyes Mended China-Vietnam Ties China and Vietnam will earnestly implement a basic guideline for the resolution of China-Vietnam maritime issues signed in October 2011.||History, Media, Military, Politics|
China to Allow Foreign Ownership of Hospitals
/ Fanfan WangChina will let foreign companies own and operate hospitals in some parts of the country as part of an effort to overhaul its health-care system.
|Business, Health, Law|
China’s Supersonic Submarine? Not Gonna Happen
/ Jeffrey KlugerTo hear Chinese military sources tell it, the country is on its way to developing a submarine that can travel 6,100 mph—which is why you should never listen to Chinese military sources.
Sport in China: What’s Wrong with Winning?
/ Kristy Lu StoutChina has a fixation on training elite champions in select sports and an education system that considers sports a luxury and not a priority.
|Education, Health, Politics, Society|
New Political News Website Scolded by Party Propaganda Officials for 'Incorrect Practices'
/ Chris LuoThepaper.cn given a 'stern warning' after it likely irked propaganda officials.
|Law, Media, Politics|
Fabled Uighur Princess Coming to Chinese Television as a Cartoon
/ Edward WongAnimators in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen are creating a 104-episode cartoon series loosely based on a historical Qing Dynasty imperial consort, a Uighur woman who is shrouded in myth.
|Arts, Media, Politics, Religion|
Could Beijing be the Healthiest City in China?
Quartz / Lilly KuoBeijing, despite its reputation for dangerous levels of air pollution, choking traffic, and food scandals, is the healthiest city in China.
China Says 8 Executed in Western Region; Charges Stem From Separatist Attacks
/ Chris Buckley`The executions were the latest in a succession of displays of might and resolve by the Chinese government, which is trying to extinguish increasingly violent discontent among Uighurs in Xinjiang.
|History, Military, Politics, Religion|
Property Bubble is ‘Major Risk to China’
/ Jamil AnderliniThe country’s property market is barely 15 years old and nobody has ever experienced a real crash.