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Top 10 China Dependent Countries

Kenneth Rapoza
A list of the top 10 countries exporting to China and the year-to-date performance of their corresponding exchange traded funds.

Beware of China's Safety Record

Murong Xuecun
Chinese people have paid heavily for a flawed system. Now that Chinese-style construction and management are going global, what price is the world prepared to pay?



‘Personal Media’ in China Takes a Hit From Pre-Publication Censorship

Hu Yong
Observers have long thought that Chinese authorities censor the media depending on type: the censorship of traditional media is primarily conducted in advance, with a thorough inspection of news and discussion before publication; new media, in...

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.



China Remains a Rocky Road for Electric Cars

from chinadialogue
Recent revelations about Volkswagen’s emissions have focused attention on the environmental damage caused by the auto and fuel industries—and the need for a decisive shift towards genuinely green transport that can cut smog in the world’s major...

China Aims to Build Its Own Secure Smartphones

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

Morgan Stanley: Here's What We Like in China

Leslie Shaffer
China's economic slowdown isn't spooking Morgan Stanley, which has its eye on the mainland's "new economy."...

China Is Becoming a Supercomputing Powerhouse

Robert McMillan
China is experiencing a supercomputing boom.

China's Dream Factory

Willy Shih and Henry McGee
The long arc of moviemaking history may not bend inevitably toward China, but it does lead away from Hollywood, whose rise and long dominance of the film industry was predicated on a series of conditions that no longer exist.



Watch Frank Underwood Advertise China’s Black Friday

Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian from Tea Leaf Nation
On November 11, at the stroke of midnight Beijing time, millions of Chinese sitting behind their computers or cradling their mobile phones began purchasing cell phones, handbags, and clothing at cutthroat prices. By the end of November 11, analysts...

Large Companies Game H-1B Visa Program, Costing the U.S. Jobs

“I had this great American dream that got broken.”

A Chinese CEO's Mysterious Disappearance and the Startup Industry

Josh Horwitz
Li Dongpu, CEO and co-founder of car wash startup Wo Ai Xiche, has disappeared

How Smartphones are Solving One of China’s Biggest Mysteries

Ana Swanson
For decades, China has been engaged in a building boom of a scale that is hard to wrap your mind around.

China Unveils Jetliner in Bid to Compete With Boeing, Airbus

China is one of the biggest aviation markets but relies on Boeing and Airbus aircraft.