For over a decade, China's film industry has passed around and fought over the IP rights for "The Three-Body Problem" for ever-increasing sums of money — a saga that is nearly as complex and drama-filled as one of Liu Cixin's novels.
The economist talks about the health of the Chinese economy and what a slowing China could mean for the rest of the world.
Disentangling what is currently known about Hunter Biden’s dealings with Chinese entities.
More than two decades after it paved the way for China’s accession to the World Trade Organization, the U.S. is increasingly uncomfortable with the result — and unsure how to deal. The result is that the U.S. — once one of the WTO's biggest cheerleaders...
Could an experiment in Zhejiang province herald long-awaited reforms to allow Chinese people to become more mobile?
Once upon a time, a U.S. company and a Chinese company developed an innovative and effective treatment for cancer. Will that ever happen again?
Highlights from The Wire's interview with top Biden administration Asia policy adviser Kurt Campbell.
China's business ties with the Middle East are getting ever closer, underpinning its growing diplomatic efforts in the region.
In 2000, the U.S. was the world’s top producer of aluminum. Today, it’s the ninth-largest. The toppling, of course, is due to China, which came on the aluminum scene fast and furious, dumping its cheap excess capacity on global markets and causing chaos in its...
At first glance, the recent raid on Capvision, a Shanghai consultancy, looks similar to the raids on foreign firms Mintz Group and Bain & Company. But there are reasons to separate Beijing's crackdown on Capvision. For starters, Capvision is Chinese and its shareholders and investors...
The onetime online education giant has reinvented itself as an e-commerce site — and has become profitable again.
The Chinese currency remains far from supplanting the U.S. dollar in global trade, but its increasing usage abroad is helping its allies and friends get around U.S.-led economic measures.