Since 2009, over 140 Tibetans have self-immolated in protest as authorities have tightened...
by Scott Greene | Oct 28, 2013
Anne Stevenson-Yang, the American co-founder of J Capital Research, paints a gloomy picture of...
by Scott Greene | Apr 30, 2013
Reuters reports that economic researchers on Monday published a database detailing China’s aid projects in Africa in an attempt to lift the curtain of secrecy from China’s development assistance on the continent:...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 4, 2013
China’s 12th Five Year Plan (2011-2015) has identified infrastructure development as essential for maintaining economic growth, and under it local governments will be footing the bill for airport renovations, expansions...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 4, 2013
For CBS’ 60 Minutes, Lesley Stahl visits China to investigate the “largest housing bubble in human history” and explore ghost cities, such as Ordos, Inner Mongolia, and housing and shopping developments that...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 26, 2013
Three Tibetan self-immolations have taken place in recent days, according to exile media, amid vigorous discussion of the protests and a continued crackdown by Chinese authorities. From Dharamsala-based Phayul.com: Tsezung Kyab,...
by Mengyu Dong | Aug 4, 2012
Residential property prices in Qianhai, an economic development zone near Hong Kong, has partly surpassed those of Shenzhen, generating debate over the effectiveness of the government’s economic stimulus plan, as well as the...
From the Archives
After Toy Factory Closure, Blame Game Begins
Oct 20, 2008
Winning, and Watching, Hearts and Minds in Xinjiang
Oct 20, 2014
China Says Libya Turns New Page with Gadhafi’s Death, Urges Inclusive Political Process
Oct 20, 2011
Beijing Plans Health Care For Everyone
Oct 20, 2008