Changing economic landscape forces multinational companies to alter pricing strategies in China.
Companies look ahead with cautious optimism in a consolidating market.
Ultimately, the two presidential candidates know how valuable a piece it is.
With the nation's rising disposable incomes, shopping center developers are looking to cash in on footfalls.
During the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), a precious stone from Fujian was said to be worth its weight in gold, literally. But the province's tianhuang stone is now worth 10 times as much.
Winemaker emeritus basks in golden years and the fruit of his own winery.
Tianjin, one of the four municipalities directly under the central government, is considered by many to be the gateway to Beijing.
Birds, Bats and Butterflies of Chinese Textiles looks at the felicitous messages found in Chinese folklore and mythology, often based on Confucian, Taoist or Buddhist canons and beliefs.
Author of When China Rules the World says events have left him more than vindicated.