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How China Conquered France’s Wine Country

French connoisseurs sold the Chinese pomp and prestige, until they started manufacturing it themselves.

China's Obesity Epidemic: Teaching Children to 'Eat a Rainbow'

Lucy Luo
The rise in diabetes in China could bankrupt the country’s healthcare system, says a medical expert.

China Cuts Mobile Service of Xinjiang Residents Evading Internet Filters

Paul Mozur
The Chinese government is shutting down the mobile service of residents in Xinjiang.

China Shuts Down Service For Some Phones With Foreign Messaging Apps

Colin Lecher
As mobile users try to evade censorship in China through software, the government appears to be trying a new technique to head off such attempts.

Hong Kong May Be A Little Insecure, But It's No 'Slave'

Kenny Hodgart
I don't much care to weigh in on the subject of Hong Kong remaining a place where non-Asians are able to prosper...

Q. and A.: Jindong Cai on ‘Beethoven in China’

Ian Johnson
Jindong Cai, 59, is an orchestra conductor and a professor at Stanford University.

Hong Kong's 'Umbrella Soldiers' Win Seats in Local Elections

Donny Kwok and Clare Baldwin
"The paratroopers are a new power, a challenge to the government and the central authorities in Beijing."...

The Strange Case of 77 Blue-Collar Chinese Migrants That Kenya Is Calling “Cyber-Hackers”

Lily Kuo
Their arrests are emblematic of a slowly brewing backlash against Chinese immigration to Africa.

China Aims to Build Its Own Secure Smartphones

State-owned and private tech firms team up to cut cord to U.S. suppliers.

China Acknowledges Killing 28, Accusing Them of Role in Mine Attack

The Chinese authorities had killed 28 people suspected of taking part in an attack on a coal mine in the country’s turbulent western frontier.

Dream of The Bed Chamber

It is not just China’s economy that has loosened up since 1979. The country is in the midst of a sexual revolution.

China's Middle Class Isn't What We Thought It Was

Linette Lopez and Lucinda Shen
For years, multinational companies have been rubbing their hands together in anticipation of the growth of the Chinese middle class.

China’s College Counselors Told to Join the Party — the Communist Party

Hannah Beech
China’s Education Ministry has deemed universities an “ideological frontline”.

Islamic State Claim of Hostage Killing Complicates China’s Terror Debate

Emily Rauhala
China vowed "justice" for a Chinese national kidnapped and apparently slain by the Islamic State...

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Government Enlists NGOs to Help Homeless

from Caixin
Drivers roll up car windows as an autumn wind chills a traffic-clogged overpass in western Beijing’s Liuliqiao area. And under the concrete overpass, homeless people are gathering for a chilly night’s rest after wandering city streets.Among the...