Chinese bourses, long in doldrums, have shown signs of revival and are likely to extend their winning streak.
China's fledgling satellite navigation system will soon benefit hundreds of millions of users around the world and provide a cheaper, and in some cases, better alternative to the Global Positioning System, say industry specialists.
Erdenes Tavan Tolgoi LLC, a state-owned enterprise, owns Tavan Tolgoi, which is one of the world's largest untapped coal reserves and is located in Mongolia.
Chinese steel makers seek new strategies after huge slump.
You don't have to go too far anywhere in China these days to find a shop that sells modern children's clothes, but many young mothers fondly recall and hanker after an item their grandmothers once made for them - tiger-head shoes.
Prompted by his work for the Beijing Olympics, American animator Brian Dowrick set up a school in Beijing.
Famous as an oasis where China's best grapes are grown, Turpan has also had a turbulent history as a stop on the Silk Route.
In 2001, the Palace Museum and the World Monuments Fund partnered to conserve the magnificent 18th-century Qianlong Garden in the Forbidden City, choosing first to restore Juanqinzhai (the Studio of Exhaustion From Diligent Service), a unique building with some of the palace's finest surviving architectural interiors and dcor.
China can sympathize with Africa's aspirations in a way the West cannot, says Stephen Chan, professor of international relations at London's School of Oriental and African Studies.