For centuries, China's leaders have relied on Sun Tzu's masterpiece of strategy. The result? Tragedy, weakness and defeat to inferior forces.
Beijing has promised to allow universal suffrage in Hong Kong's 2017 election. But it doesn't want the West's advice on how to do it.
The countrys newly-minted millionaires are second to none in their unusual tastes. Heres a guide to some of the strangest vices preferred by Chinas new super-rich.
To understand the attitude of Chinas new leadership toward reform, you need to understand The Chinese Dream.
The new presidents rule of law campaign apparently doesn't apply to the Communist Party.
In prominent articles, Chinas Communist mouthpiece assails American democracy.
Weibo reacts vigorously to the vandalism. And, no, the timing isn't good for the Obama Administration.
After decades of rip-roaring growth, Chinas money machine is off-kilter.
Despite Chinas economic woes, its emerging middle class remains elated by progress.
Days after two schoolgirls were killed in a plane crash at San Francisco airport, Chinese social media is filled with tributes, condolences, and anger.
The NSA whistleblower could exploit a loophole in the Chinese territory's asylum system to buy himself some valuable time.
While college-bound American high-school students complain have to sweat through their fair share of tests, nothing in the US compares to the intensity and all-or-nothing stakes of China's dreaded gaokao.
Chinas top propaganda officials issued new restrictions banning discussion of seven topics deemed to be dangerous Western influences last month. See what made the list of 7.
As nearly 7 million students are set to graduate from Chinese universities this summer, some are saying they will enter the worst job market in China's history.
Hacking may be a threat "akin to a nuclear bomb." But the Chinese behind most attacks see it as a dull office job.