China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection this week directed municipal authorities in 28...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 18, 2014
Li Keqiang’s three-day visit to the U.K. got into full swing on Tuesday, with the Chinese premier meeting both the Queen and his British counterpart David Cameron. Deals and declarations were announced, covering trade...
by Olivia Rosenman | Jul 2, 2013
A performance by Jennifer Lopez for Turkmenistan’s leader Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow has provoked accusations that the singer helped to paper over human rights abuses. But with the concert organized in part by the China...
by Melissa M. Chan | Apr 17, 2012
As the governor of Tokyo plans to buy islands in a disputed part of the East China Sea, Beijing has stated that the plan is illegal and is claiming sovereignty over the region. The East China Sea has been a source of tension...
by cschultz | Dec 6, 2009
Government-owned Sinopec has agreed to buy two million tonnes of natural gas annually from Papua New Guinea to feed its growing economy: Earlier this year another big Chinese energy company, PetroChina Limited, secured a similar...
by Mo Ming | Feb 20, 2007
by Michael Zhao | Apr 5, 2006
From the Archives
Chinese Urged to Boycott French Goods
Apr 11, 2008
China, Japan Fallout Over Uighurs
May 15, 2012
A maverick dares to challenge the Party line - Jonathan Mirsky
Aug 24, 2005
New Claims Against Danone, Subsidies for Domestic Firms
Sep 25, 2013