Elderly need better life support systems
This gray tsunami is challenging China's care system for senior citizens. Two Chinese taxpayers may have to look after one retiree by 2039.
Children are the future of e-books
We should view the success of e-books in the US market by acknowledging that the country has a unique approach to royalty payments, marketing and technology and customer habits.
Private hospitals, public duties
Thanks to government support, private medical institutions are gradually gaining wider acceptance in China, albeit with many obstacles.
Can Hollywood help China's silver screen shine?
If films are vehicles for China's soft power, can they be produced on a conveyor belt like the real thing, with the help of some expertise from Hollywood?
Quality watchdogs needed
Lawless profit-seekers and inert watchdogs - that's the fundamental formula for potentially life-threatening products.
Roads take an unbearable toll
The exorbitant profits generated by China's highway tolls have once again provoked public anger.
Much ado about nothing
West should stop making a fuss as local government debt is at a reasonable level and the risks are under control.
More green cars needed
With a record 1,125 vehicles being showcased at the biannual Beijing Auto Show, carmakers have shifted to top gear in their bid to woo Chinese consumers.
Retrial amid reform
The Supreme People's Court on April 20 rejected the death sentence for millionaire Wu Ying, who was once considered one of the richest women in China.
M2 upsurge 'will boost' Shanghai's securities index
The March lending rise is consistent with the policy easing and support that have been signaled by the central government from the beginning of this year.
This year is to be a milestone in the history of Sino-European interaction, as their intensive diplomacy this spring has been impressive.
Make the right choice
Instead of constantly blaming China for his country's woes, Romney should praise the benefits of their growing relations.