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Last Updated: June 27, 2016

Why China's Millennials Are Happy to Own Nothing

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Two decades ago, Tyler Xiong and his parents had to live in a commune guided by the strict socialist teachings of Mao Zedong.

China's Blast of Fresh Air Quiets Calls for Beijing Mayor's Head

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A cold front that swept choking smog from northern China couldn’t have come sooner for Beijing’s mayor.

China Is Trying to Warn Taiwan Voters

Noah Feldman
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The possibility of conflict between China and Taiwan is dangerous to the world’s security.

Why 2,500-Year-Old Tale Gives Ma Hope for Chinese Democracy

Adela Lin Chris Anstey
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Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou said history gives him hope for political change on the Communist-ruled mainland.

Li Floats New China Five-Year Growth Minimum of Around 6.5%

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China’s goal of a “moderately prosperous society” refers to policy makers’ plan to double per-capita income by 2020 from 2010 levels.

Two-Child Policy Is Too Little, Too Late

Adam Minter
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When Chinese leaders convene this week for a four-day meeting on the future of the country’s economy, the biggest news might have to do with babies.

India Is Spending Billions to Populate a Remote Area Claimed by China

Natalie Obiko Pearson
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"If China is developing on their side of the territory, we should develop on our side."

China Plans 2020 Deadline for Dismantling Capital Controls

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Top officials in the Communist Party will discuss pledging to “make the yuan convertible under the capital account".

China to Build $5 Billion High-Speed Rail Line in Indonesia

Rieka Rahadiana
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China Railway International Co. Ltd and a consortium of Indonesian state companies will build the rail line from Jakarta to Bandung.

Suspect in China Parcel Bombings Died in Explosion, Police Say

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Wei Yinyong, 33, a local man previously named as a suspect, was identified following DNA tests.

Children of the Yuan Percent: Everyone Hates China’s Rich Kids

Christopher Beam
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The fuerdai, China’s second-generation rich kids, are the most loathed group in the country.

China Market Rout Doesn't Reflect Economy, Top Diplomat Says

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“Some movements on the stock exchange in China should not equal the whole picture of the Chinese economy.”

China Is Hoarding the World's Oil

Grant Smith
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Goldman Sachs says Chinese hoarding may avert $20 oil scenario.

China’s Fast Growing Film Industry

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The discussion on the expansion of the entertainment industry in China and differences between audiences in the U.S. and Asia

One Thing China Got Right

Peter Coy
Bloomberg
Stocks plunged, monetary policy wavered, but Beijing finally fixed the "fixing."