Face scanners in Beijing’s public toilets cause dissent among ChineseFace scanners in Beijing’s public toilets cause dissent among ChineseThe installation of face scanners in public toilets in a park to save the over-use of toilet paper has caused controversy in the Chinese capital recently.

Chinese President Xi Jinping to defend globalization in DavosChinese President Xi Jinping to defend globalization in DavosChinese President Xi Jinping will defend globalization in the face of mounting public hostility in the West on Tuesday in a speech at the…

China overseas investment spree set to run out of steamChina overseas investment spree set to run out of steamChina's direct investment overseas is likely to decline this year, according to a government think tank, reversing nearly a decade and a …

Chinese economy likely to hit bottom in 2017: economistChinese economy likely to hit bottom in 2017: economistThe Chinese economy is likely to hit bottom in 2017 as several factors will combine to support the bottoming process, a Chinese economist…

Pros and cons of China's two-child policyPros and cons of China's two-child policyDriven by fears over the growth of the elderly population and gender imbalance, the Chinese government put an end to the decades-old one-…

Beijing imposes US$21.8m fines as air pollution curbs take effectBeijing imposes US$21.8m fines as air pollution curbs take effectBeijing filed 13,127 environmental protection violation cases in 2016, with fines totaling 150 million yuan (US$21.8 million), local envi…

Reactions to revision of textbook language on anti-Japanese warReactions to revision of textbook language on anti-Japanese warStarting with the spring semester of 2017, China’s textbooks will expand the span of the Second Sino-Japanese War from 1937-1945 to 1931…