Festival widely criticised over perceived cruel to animals
Workers from the once-despised Family Planning Commission are retraining as educators for rural children whose education has been neglected
Group called Free Chinese Feminists calls for ‘solidarity’ with victim
China’s biggest city provides a rewarding window into the world’s most populous country
The cub is hairless, blind and weighs just 171 grams
Experts blame the affects of a western diet
The technician is understood to be receiving treatment in the trauma centre of a local hospital
Keith Gartenlaub man claims that, when the authorities couldn’t prove a hunch – based on racial profiling – they framed him on a child pornography charge
The firm expresses regret, but blames foreign media for 'over-amplication' of the controversy surrounding the advertisement
Blatant racism in China 'can leave you completely and utterly dumbfounded'
Several people have died making the same journey
The food writer shares some of her favourite dishes that will bring warmth to your kitchen
Moxi is planning on shipping 100,000 of the devices in China by the end of the year
The study claims the army of commenters exists to distract other internet users from news critical of the Communist Party
The country’s ambassador to Zambia was forced to respond after several news websites helped fuel the rumour
Abandoned for centuries, the Mogao Grottoes have somehow survived everything that nature and man could throw at them from earthquakes and floods to marauding Muslim rebels and plundering European explorers. But now the exquisite Buddhist frescoes are in peril once more...