China's deadly secret: More executions than all other countries put together (Opinion)
Every year, the Chinese state carries out several thousand judicial executions -- more than the rest of the world combined. For the most part, the names of those executed remain
US, China agree on North Korea nuclear threat, Tillerson says
China understands how dangerous North Korea's nuclear program has become and agrees action must be taken to stop it, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Sunday, as the US sent
Why China won't buy Trump's North Korea bluster
US President Donald Trump has sent Xi Jinping a clear message on North Korea before the two meet in Florida later this week. Christopher Green warns it may fall on deaf ears.
Li Na - What China's tennis pioneer did next
China's first major tennis champion is still a winner when it comes to business, earning $20 million last year. CNN spoke to her agent about her business interests and plans to
Military bases and submarines: What it's like to dive in the South China Sea
The Spratly Islands are a nebula of biological wonder -- an archipelago of atolls and reefs that support 600 coral species and 6,000 fish species -- including huge schools of
China through the eyes of Andy Warhol
A collection of photographs from Andy Warhol's 1982 trip to China are up for auction.
Why your dusty bowls could be worth millions
Sotheby's expert Nicolas Chow gives his tips on collecting fine Chinese porcelain and how to avoid the large number of increasingly sophisticated fakes.
Singapore scoops Asia's top university title
Asia's best colleges were announced Thursday and for the second year in a row, Singapore has emerged top of the table.
Should China move its historic monuments?
In China, historic buildings are picked up and moved when they're in the way of urban development.
Is this the most taboo take on Shakespeare yet?
"McKinnon Hotel" in Shanghai has been transformed to host the experiential theater performance, "Sleep No More."
China's modest military spending hike masks bigger goals
China's announcement of the smallest percentage increase to its military budget since 2010 seems designed in part to project the image of being the sober, peaceful force in the
China: HK independence call will lead nowhere
Li Keqiang, China's second highest-ranking politician, criticized calls for Hong Kong independence in a speech to Chinese parliament Sunday.
Bird flu cases surged, but human risk remains low, WHO says
Bird flu strains have been seen to be more harmful in birds and shown signs of drug resistance in humans, according to the World Health Organization.
What does China want from Trump?
Danny Cevallos writes that China's granting of trademark protection to Trump's company may come at a price, but it may also mark the beginning of China bringing its trademark
'We The Workers': On the front lines of China's record-level labor unrest
New documentary shows how NGOs and activists are helping Chinese workers fight for their rights amid an intense government crackdown.
Kung fu granny, 93, becomes internet sensation in China
Zhang Hexian, 93, has become a social media sensation in China after photos of her practicing kung fu went viral.
Why this choir is a huge hit with China's stressed out millennials
As millions of young Chinese people returned home for the Lunar New Year, many will have been dreading the family interrogations that so often accompany the festivities.
Hong Kong's hidden human trafficking
A Pakistani man says he was made to work unpaid at a Hong Kong cell phone store for four years. His case could change how Hong Kong deals with human trafficking.
Will Trump force China to take lead on climate?
Ma Jun, perhaps China's best-known environmentalist, thinks US President Donald Trump needs to visit China.
Wanted: Applicants for Hong Kong's toughest job
Are you a competent former government official who relishes a challenge? Can you please China's leaders while placating young democratic activists who are prepared to take to the
India in record satellite launch as Asia's space race heats up
India's space agency has successfully launched 104 satellites from a single rocket -- a record feat that will cement the country's space smarts after its successful Mars orbiter
East China Sea: How an uninhabited island chain splits Japan and China
A rocky, uninhabited island chain in the East China Sea has soured relations between Beijing and Tokyo for decades.
Beijing's smog: A tale of two cities
The first thing Jiang Wang does when she wakes up in the morning is check on her daughter to make sure she's breathing clean air.
Tibet: Tensions on the roof of the world
It's dawn in Lhasa, Tibet, and the quiet is punctuated only by the gentle chanting of Buddhist pilgrims.
How to drink baijiu: Beijing's pros share their tips
This fiery Chinese spirit is the most widely drunk hard liquor in the world but it's rarely found on cocktail menus. These guys hope to change that.
When all of China goes on vacation at once
China braces for the biggest annual mass migration in the world -- chunyun.
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