The extensive China connections in Donald Trump’s latest deal do not break any laws, but they are surprising.
Law firms are trying harder than ever to understand the opaque interagency's rulings.
Without understanding the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC), it is impossible to understand modern day Xinjiang. Understanding the XPCC, however, is no small feat.
So far, nobody is even sure whether Xi Jinping will show up.
The guanxi game has defined China's modern business culture — and no one played it better than Xu Jiayin, the CEO of Evergrande. Now, however, the game seems to have changed on him.
Despite billions being pledged for "common prosperity," China is making it harder for international foundations to help.
From the scandal of Luckin Coffee to the collapse of Didi, big names have dominated the discussion of Chinese companies listing on U.S. exchanges. Now, some analysts say it’s time to look more closely at the wild stock movements of several small cap Chinese companies...
After a boon of Chinese students, American colleges and universities are now grappling with what a drop in Chinese applicants means for their bottom line.
The internet censorship analyst talks about the evolution of China's system, how it differs from and affects other countries, and when, exactly, The Wire China got blocked in China.
The Kigali Treaty is a reminder that, when it comes to climate change, competition — rather than cooperation — between the U.S. and China may be the spur to action.
China provides a large chunk of Facebook’s revenue and its state media outlets are some of the platform’s most popular accounts — even though Facebook isn’t allowed inside China’s borders. What message is Beijing trying to send?
What happens when communication channels between the presidents of the two most powerful nations break down?