Shanghai Wants Pandemic Workers to Stop Obsessively Disinfecting Everything
Officials in the Chinese financial hub say the city’s disinfection efforts have gone too far.
Fears of a Shanghai-Style Lockdown Prompts Panic Buying in Beijing
Residents in the Chinese capital are preparing for the worst after the city reported a modest surge in COVID-19 cases.
Beijing’s Hellscape Olympic Ski Jump Is a Vision of Our Climate Doom
The big air jump’s eye-catching setting reflects one of the biggest industrial sources of greenhouse gasses: steel.
Supply and Demand in China’s Supercharged Delivery Economy
The ease and convenience of food delivery in China relies on millions of gig-workers like Chang Si'en.
The Protest Restaurants of Hong Kong
Welcome to the first installment of Counter Space, a new cooking series that reaches beyond the kitchen to explore larger questions about the culture, economics, and politics of food.
China Detains Bloomberg Journalist on Suspicion of Endangering ‘National Security’
Haze Fan, a Bloomberg News staffer in Beijing, had not been heard from since Monday.
Obama Spills On Dealings With China In New Memoir
In his book "A Promised Land," the former U.S. president talked about his first official state visit to China and what he got wrong.
‘Is This a Debate or Quarrel?’: Chinese Netizens on US Presidential Debate
The first Trump-Biden clash stunned viewers just starting their day on the other side of the world.
How China’s Addiction to Coal Is Ravaging Zimbabwe’s Environment
When wildlife monitors came across a group of Chinese men drilling in Hwange National Park, they assumed they'd wandered into the park by accident.
US Accuses China’s Confucius Institutes of Being Communist Party Propaganda Network
The U.S. State Department has designated the Confucius Institute U.S. Center in Washington, DC, as a Chinese foreign mission.
China Orders Hong Kong to Suspend Extradition Agreements with Australia, Britain and Canada
The move is the latest in an escalating tit-for-tat between Beijing and the Five Eyes nations.
China Destroyed COVID-19 Evidence, Says Doctor Who Investigated Wuhan Cases
It took China over a week to tell the world it had human-to-human transmission, says a doctor who diagnosed several early cases.