China’s foreign trade up 14 percent

China’s foreign trade increased steadily in the first four months of 2013, rising 14 percent from a year earlier…

Images of tiger abuse at China zoos upset public

A video and photos of tigers being abused in a pair of incidents during China’s May Day holiday have caused public condemnation, prompting apologies and promises that such incidents…

The trend of e-commerce in China and Alibaba’s job openings

The trend of e-commerce in China and Alibaba’s job openings….

China party punishes 21 officials in sex scandal

China’s ruling Communist Party has punished 21 officials over a scandal in which they allegedly were extorted…

Short traffic light forces pedestrians to jaywalk

A traffic crossing light at a zebra crossing in Guangzhou City lasts only two seconds, leaving pedestrians with no choice…

China denies renewed US cyberattack claims

China’s military on Tuesday denied renewed U.S. accusations that it sponsored cyberattacks and said the two sides should cooperate…

Beijing cracks down on jaywalkers

Starting from Monday, Bejing will impose fine on pedestrians who disobey crosswalk rules…

Hong Kong tourists injured in Guangxi bus crash

Nineteen Hong Kong tourists were injured in a bus crash in Guangxi, China on Monday…

Jack Ma discussion with Silicon Valley tech elites

Jack Ma discussion with Silicon Valley tech elites

Chinese made GPS poses radiation risks

A test conducted by a state bureau in China concluded that some Chinese made GPS may pose radiation risks to users…