Nanjie used to be a shining example of communism at work. Today, it's a fading time capsule where young Chinese nationals can indulge their 'Maostalgia.'
They're not as eager to start having loads of kids as you might think.
Australia has agreed to aid the US in challenging China's new bases in the South China Sea. What are the potential consequences of that?
What's a country meant to do after a five-century-long killing spree, when it's no longer the biggest, baddest, craziest power out there? Suck up to China.
The influential Taiwanese filmmaker's gorgeous new movie centers on a woman who kills men, doesn't speak, and barely shows any skin.
Swiss mining giant Glencore lost a third of its value, stripping $56 billion AUD from the resource-depend Australian market.
Ahead of their big day, the wealthiest couples travel the world, having their photos taken in front of international landmarks. For those who can't afford the flights, in China, there are ways of making the world come to you.
From China to Saudi Arabia to the US, the UK's allies have engaged in some pretty shady behavior over the years.
China vehemently denies that its hackers were behind the breach.
A journalist accused the UK Labour Party leader of riding the bicycle of a communist dictator—so we tried to work out if a "Mao-bike" is really something that exists in the world.
They're putting the park in a city that's not known for great air.
As the DEA works with local and state law enforcement agencies to crack down on dealers, flakka's popularity has probably reached its apex and could soon be replaced by another unregulated synthetic drug.
If his suggestion that ISIS is worse because they display their atrocities, and the Nazis were somehow better by keeping them hidden, we can surmise Abbott is more concerned with appearance than with deed.
Colombian Devil's Breath—also known as scopolamine—puts people into a trance-like state, in which they can be coerced to hand over thousands of dollars worth of valuables to criminals.
Nobody should freak out, everything is fine, Dad is here.
The women take on such duties as: buying the programmers breakfast, playing ping-pong with employees, and "chitchatting."
We don't have to start stockpiling baked beans just yet, but China's slump shows that our addiction to debt will cause crisis after crisis.
Organised labour, the Government, and corporations all stand to lose or gain, and all are asking heavy, insinuating questions. Let's go through them one at a time.
The blasts left at least 70 dead and 500 wounded, and Chinese officials are looking into whether this tragedy was a result of poor safety regulations or practices.
Wade Shepard, author of Ghost Cities of China, explains why the country is possibly the only place in the world where you can get away with destroying the natural landscape to build huge new cities.
Email scammers are convincing old, disabled, and mentally ill people to commit crimes.
The country's lifted its nationwide ban on the sale of PlayStations and other systems.
The crackdown on the slightly risque publicity stunt shows the tension between commerce and the Chinese government.
Photographer Lijie Zhang documents the plight of blind students in China so that more is done to improve their situation.