Tiananmen Square protest leader to be tried second time in 5 years In trial tomorrow, Wang likely to get 10-year term
Smoggy Chinese city to gain super status and super problems World War II capital will be equal to Beijing, but dam may be its undoing
Prominent dissident is charged by Chinese with conspiracy Wang Dan was leader of Tiananmen uprising
China's coal mines are going to waste Energy industry lacks regulation, efficiency
Unusual travel, educational opportunities are available
Gurkhas at home in Hong Kong Soldiers: Many of the fabled fighters from Nepal, finding themselves out of work as Britain leaves its colony, are choosing to stay on the island after it reverts to Chinese rule.
China aims to 'civilize' its capitalism Slogans: Many Chinese just shrug as billboards announce the regime's "spiritual" antidote to the country's unbridled capitalism.
Beijing courts politicians to aid Hong Kong handover Communists appeal to colony's Democrats; negotiations improve
Dispute over islands with Japan rallies Taiwan, Hong Kong to mother China A patriotic nerve was hit when Japanese rightists built a lighthouse on islet
Taking a fashion cue from Chinese
Some rural Chinese women seek greater role in society U.N. conferences inspire assertiveness; support groups form
A reformer's refusal of silence Author: Chinese dissident Wang Xiaobo's novel was banned by authorities, but his influence is growing as he continues to write about the perils of nationalism and the need for political rebirth.
Patent on light upheld again Black & Decker awarded $3.7 million from Coleman Co.; Import from China is target; Defendant's Job Pro is deemed a copy of popular SnakeLight
Lockheed receives contract to maintain satellite networkLockheed...
China seeks to crush Uighurs' independence bid Muslim rebels blow up bridges, rail lines in oil-rich western province
McCormick tempts China's palate Wooing a market of 1.2 billion potential customers
Student leader flees China after 10 months on the run 'Commander' of '89 protest zigzags her way to U.S.
China's sad history of the opium trade
Tracing early humans in China Evolution: New stability in China enables archaeologists to resume digging there, and their finds are changing the way scientists reconstruct the development of man.
China is claiming conspiracy Country's official line has its athletes being cheated out of gold; ATLANTA OLYMPICS
China holds test of nuclear arms, promises to stop Move appears to be aimed at talks on worldwide nuclear test ban
China's one-time strongman doesn't matter anymore Deng at 91 is near death, ignored by the nation he transformed economically
Monk's death highlights tension in Tibet China cracks down on followers of the Dalai Lama
For China, women lead rush for gold Team eager to erase legacy of drug use
Civil conversation in Beijing Lake mission: U.S. needs to control its relations with superpower.
Md. company finds success in China 2 women lead Chindex on the path to profit; Entrepreneurship
No trade war with China Mutual interests prevail: Dispute over theft of U.S. intellectual property resolved.
China American fantasies Near trade war shows limits of our influence.
U.S., China OK deal to prevent pirating Accord aimed at theft of American-made software, music, films; Sanctions averted; Pact gives Hollywood opportunity to sell Beijing more movies
A chance to sell more U.S. movies to China 'We're seeing real momentum'
New hope for sustainable cities
U.S. is close to calling off sanctions against China 11th-hour trade talks on ending piracy are nearing agreement
Nibbling at famine's edge N. Korea: Economic mismanagement and floods that wiped out the rice crop have left North Korea desperate for food. The government radio is offering recipes for grass.
China's Great Wall is hard to find Myth: The celebrated Great Wall of China is actually several walls -- and largely a creation of the West that China has embraced
China is losing war against deserts Dune: Contrary to official figures, China's deserts are spreading rapidly. The nation now has more desert than cultivated land.
The Hong Kong citistate, poised to inherit the future
China's urban revolution Rapid growth of cities poses ramifications for rest of world
Look who's arming U.S. thugs now AK-47 sting: Federal agents bait trap, may have caught Chinese government.
A good way to avoid many a war
Beijing is attempting a nuclear balancing act China seeks loopholes in test ban treaty so it can catch up
Underground movies China: Young filmmakers who don't fit the government line get by on foreign backing or their own resources.
U.S.-China relations trip over garbage pile Export of American trash to village near Beijing prompts diplomatic protest
Taiwan president tests China's patience Lee extends olive branch only on democratic terms
Taiwanese president says he's willing to go to Beijing Inaugural speech indicates readiness to talk to rivals
Can China afford its old folks? Elderly: A combination of rigorous family planning and relatively long life expectancy is creating a problem for China. There are fewer workers to support the retirements of the nation's elderly.
Chinese refusal to enforce pact may mean trade war U.S. seeks adherence to 1995 agreement
China trade war at last Import sanctions: Rip off our software, lose our blue jeans market.
U.S., China move closer to trade war Talks fail to resolve differences over piracy of music and software; Each side blames the other; Washington to impose sanctions, and Beijing is vowing to retaliate
China's in deep denial on Cultural Revolution 30 years later, Beijing won't mark the purge that killed 1 million