January 26, 2012 Apple has been taking a lot of heat lately for working conditions at plants making its products in China. Some of the tech giant's largest suppliers are repeat offenders.
January 20, 2012 The case of Wu Ying, a young Chinese woman sentenced to death for defrauding investors of 770 million yuan ($122 million), is headed to China's Supreme Court, after Wu lost her appeal of her sentence late this week.
January 19, 2012 Chairman Mao's Cultural Revolution may not have been China's best culinary moment in history. But Chinese journalist Sasha Gong, in a new book, revives the simple recipes of her adolescence in China that helped her and her family survive a miserable time.
January 13, 2012 Everybody knows things can get a little crazy at Apple stores in the U.S. when the company unveils a new product. But things got extra crazy in Beijing today.
January 4, 2012 To welcome the Year of the Dragon, China's postal service plans to release commemorative postage stamps featuring the fabled beast. But many customers are finding the image to be a little over the top.
December 13, 2011 More than half of the honey that Americans consume today is imported from abroad, but some say the industry is plagued by forgery and illicit products from Asia. Five of the biggest American honey retailers are now setting up a system that they hope will clear away suspicion that illegal Chinese honey has infiltrated the honey supply.
December 1, 2011 The euphoria over central banks' moves to ease Europe's credit crisis has given way to some concern over weakness in China's economy.
November 16, 2011 The accident is another in a series that have provoked anger toward the authoritarian government. This time, a bus with nine seats was carrying 64 passengers.
November 3, 2011 The new U.S. food safety law will require foreign growers and manufacturers to prove their products are safe before they're shipped to the United States. Food and Drug Administration officials went to China to explain what that country's problem-plagued food system will have to do to measure up.
November 1, 2011 His supporters say it's another attempt to silence Ai. He was jailed for nearly three months earlier this year. Ai says he can pay the bill, but wants to see proof that the taxes really are owed.
October 21, 2011 In China, an "outpouring of grief" meets news that a toddler has died after being struck by two vans in the city of Foshan. The story became a sensation after a security camera's video revealed that more than a dozen passers-by had ignored the injured Wang Yue, 2, as she lay in the street.
September 27, 2011 A series of rail accidents has put a focus on whether China has put development too far ahead of safety.