Controversy over new China landmarks

The new landmark architecture in Zhouzhi City, Shaanxi Province, has became the focus of criticism…

China sentences activist’s nephew to 3 years in jail

A Chinese court sentenced the nephew of legal activist Chen Guangcheng to more than three years in jail for assault…

Apple to sell new iPads, iPhone 5 in China in Dec.

Apple Inc. on Friday said its latest iPad models will go on sale in China on Dec. 7, followed by the iPhone 5 a week later…

China output of Japanese vehicles tumbles

Chinese vehicle production from Toyota and other major Japanese automakers tumbled in October amid a territorial dispute between the two Asian powers…

US declines to label China as currency manipulator

The Obama administration declined Tuesday to label China a currency manipulator, noting that it has let the yuan rise nearly 10 percent in value…

Beijing’s South China Sea rivals protest passport map

China has enraged several neighbors with a few dashes on a map, printed in its newly revised passports that show it staking its claim on the entire South China Sea…

China’s Hu clears way for Xi to take party helm

Chinese President Hu Jintao stepped aside as ruling party leader Wednesday to clear the way for Vice President Xi Jinping to take China’s helm…

US colleges look to foreign students

A new study shows China is driving major growth in the number of international students at U.S. colleges and universities…

Google cut off from much of China

Google says its search engine and other Internet services have been cut off from much of China just as the country’s ruling party picks new leaders…

Local scholar comments on the 18th National Congress

中共十八大將選出新的領導人,由習近平接替胡錦濤,灣區學者點評習近平接班後的挑戰…

China urged to end 1-child policy

A government think tank is urging Chinese leaders to start phasing out China’s one-child policy immediately and allow two children for every family by 2015…

China blocks N.Y.Times website after article

China blocked access to The New York Times website Friday after the paper published a lengthy article claiming the family of Premier Wen Jiabao has amassed assets worth $2.7 billion…

Obama, Romney say China needs to play by the rules

President Barack Obama and rival Mitt Romney sparred over China during a debate on foreign policy Monday night…

China’s new immigration law for overseas Chinese

Chinese delegation is visiting San Francisco to promote its new immigration law for Chinese citizens abroad who want to return and seek long-term or permanent stay in China.

Survey: Half of Chinese like American ideas on democracy

People in China are increasingly worried about corruption, inequality and food safety, according to a survey released Tuesday that also found that about half of Chinese like American ideas about democracy…

Shen Huang brings sustainable development methods to China

American born Chinese Shen Huang just graduated from MIT and is an intern at Environmental Protection Agency right now. She says developing countries…

Mo Yan talks literature with KTSF

Chinese writer Mo Yan, who won the Nobel Prize in literature on Thursday, sat down with KTSF reporter Michelle Yue to talk about his literary works four years ago…

Amnesty: Forced home evictions are rising in China

Cases of people being forcibly evicted from their homes and land have risen significantly in China, Amnesty International said Thursday…

At Bain, Romney helped China, Russia growth

As Bain & Co. head in the early 1990s, Mitt Romney presided over the corporate strategy firm’s expanding operations into China and Russia, helping their initial attempts to move into the world’s free market system.

Japan economy shaky as island spat impacts business

A report by J.P. Morgan, released Tuesday, projected Japanese auto exports to China will crash 70 percent during the October-December period. The export of auto parts will slip by 40 percent…

Teenage twins in China accused of killing 6

Chinese state media say police have detained teenage twin brothers suspected of hacking to death six members of a family in northeastern China…

Air China checks two flights after receiving threats

Air China delayed two of its Beijing-bound flights to perform security checks Tuesday after it received threats shortly before they were scheduled to take off…

China freeway collision, 11 injured

Eleven people slightly injured in Monday vehicle collision near Beijing are in stable condition while three other seriously injured are under intensive care…

Obama blocks Chinese purchase of US wind farms

President Barack Obama is revoking a Chinese company’s purchase of four wind farm projects in the vicinity of a U.S. naval facility’s restricted airspace…

Disgraced Chinese politician expelled from Communist Party

China’s communist leadership expelled Bo Xilai from the ruling party Friday and sought to bury him with charges ranging from corruption to sexual affairs…

China’s top political adviser urges Japan to correct wrong behavior

China’s top political adviser Jia Qinglin urged Japan to correct its wrong behavior concerning Diaoyu Islands…

Ai Weiwei refuses to pay 1.1M fine

Activist artist Ai Weiwei said he does not intend to pay $1.1 million demanded by Beijing tax officials after he lost a final appeal in the case on Thursday…

Obama says Romney has ‘newfound outrage’ on China

President Barack Obama is accusing Republican Mitt Romney of showing “newfound outrage” on cracking down on China, saying his rival’s approach is “just not credible.”…

China reserves right to act on disputed islands

中日兩國就釣魚島主權爭拗愈演愈烈,中國國防部長梁光烈週二警告說,中國會保留採取進一步行動的權利,應對事態發展…

Obama launches China trade case over auto industry

美中貿易磨擦持續升級,奧巴馬政府週一要求世界貿易組織(WTO)介入美中就汽車補貼產生的糾紛,指控中國非法補貼出口汽車和汽車零件,中國也不甘示弱,同日也向世貿提出控訴…