The world's second largest economy's 6.7 per cent GDP growth is it's slowest since the financial crisis
'Why would China buy and burn expensive imported coal when they can generate renewable energy for nothing?' expert says
Footage from the 'dog meat death pits' showed the animals being clubbed to death in front of each other
Back in February, the Chinese central government demanded an end to all mainland construction of buildings that are “oversized”, “xenocentric” or “weird” and a move toward architecture that is “pleasing to the eye”.
The revised law concerns the purchase, production and selling of state-protected wild animals and their derived products
Policy makers accepted the responsibility for restoring the health of the global economy, but their efforts have been only partially effective – they have been unable to deliver the required miracles
Rapid expansion in China's capital is having a profound geological effect
A preliminary investigation showed that missile operators likely failed to follow proper procedures
400 fake institutions have been exposed in the country since 2013
Vehicle collides with guardrail on highway with 55 people on board
Southern and eastern China have had weeks of torrential rain and storms that have already claimed a number of lives
Dogs bought from vendors to save them from being eaten in 'dog hot pot'
The computer can make about a quadrillion calculations a second, according to its makers
The intellectual property tribunal ruled the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus looked too similar to a model made by a small Chinese brand
Disney sees the resort as an opportunity to capitalise on China’s middle class and to capture a slice of the country’s $610 billion tourism industry
Ping is trying to counter 'sexual taboos' in China but the government-led body is unimpressed