Think tanks around the world grapple to come to terms with a rapidly changing China.
Apple Inc's decision to shell out $60 million (47.89 million euros) to settle a dispute over the iPad trademark in China will help the consumer electronics giant accelerate its pace of expansion in its fastest growing market, analysts say.
Washington needs to be careful in its support of Vietnam, others on maritime matters.
Chinese spare parts companies are striking it big in the West, but face stiff competition in their homeland.
After living in a modern high-rise apartment in Beijing for several years, Yang Ningjia decided to give up that dream of most young Chinese urbanites.
As the temperature rises, so do the number of people whiling away the hours outside pubs, throwing back cold ones. This is what Chandler Jurinka calls "session drinking".
Among the many diverse cultures of China's ethnic groups, Mongolians stand out for their herding and nomadic traditions.
This summer the exhibition Fabled Journeys in Asian Art will expand to include East Asia. This East Asian exhibition draws on works of art from the Crow Collection, with distinctive literary and cultural terrain.
Global capital markets specialist and best-selling author James Rickards says that the ongoing currency wars are a combination of deflationary and inflationary factors that could leave painful scars on the global economy.