• Home
Section Date Title Topics
09.1.15 In China’s Heartland, Small Cities Flourish
Wall Street Journal / Andrew Browne
Even in slowdown, a Yangtze River town bursts with consumer vitality.
Business, Economy, Politics, Urban Life
09.1.15 At 2 p.m. in China, the Stock Market Rescue Suddenly Switches On
Bloomberg / Kyoungwha Kim
Afternoons in the Chinese stock market have turned into a waiting game for the state-backed funds to arrive.
Business, Economy, Politics
09.1.15 As Economy Falters, Military Parade Offers Chance to Burnish China’s Image
New York Times / Andrew Jacobs
China celebrates a new national holiday to honor the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.
History, Media, Military, Politics
08.31.15 Not for Kids: Forbidden City’s Adult Coloring Book
Wall Street Journal / Alyssa Abkowitz and Lilian Lin
Psychologists have hailed coloring as a good relaxation technique, and some have likened it to meditation.
Arts, Media, Politics
08.31.15 Rethinking the Obama-Xi Summit
Diplomat / Joseph Bosco
How the U.S. might use the summit for a new “new model of great power relations.”
Business, Economy, History, Politics
08.31.15 China’s Stocks Cap Biggest Selloff Since 2008 on Rescue Doubts
Bloomberg / Enda Curran
Bearish options market bets climbed as traders weighed level of state support before a World War II parade this week.
History, Politics
08.31.15 China Punishes Nearly 200 Over ‘Rumors’ About Stocks, Blasts and Parade
New York Times / Edward Wong
The moves indicate the political sensitivities aggravated in recent weeks by several volatile issues.
Education, History, Media, Technology
08.31.15 Donald Trump Meet the Chinese American Cook and the Father of ‘Birthright Citizenship’
Washington Post / Fred Barbash
All born or naturalized in the US and subject to jurisdiction thereof are citizens of the state where they reside.
Business, History, Law, Politics
08.31.15 U.S. Developing Sanctions Against China over Cyberthefts
Washington Post / Ellen Nakashima
Obama is developing unprecedented economic sanctions against Chinese who have benefited from government cybertheft of U.S. trade secrets.
Business, Economy, Law, Politics, Technology
08.29.15 For China, a Plunge and a Reckoning
Wall Street Journal / Orville Schell
Anyone trying to design an event to bring Xi Jinping’s China back to Earth couldn’t have engineered something much more elegant than the turmoil in China’s financial markets and the resulting global aftershocks. The upheaval is traumatic for China’s...
Economy, Politics