A brutal knife attack on a Hong Kong journalist marks yet another setback for press freedom there
A Chinese firm will need more than money and good intentions to buy a U.S. media company.
Chinese are whispering about the possible downfall of Beijing's J. Edgar Hoover. Why won't they talk about it out loud?
Why it will be hard for the U.S. site to get comfortable there.
313 million netizens don't need the just-acquired chat tool -- they think they have a better one of their own.
Mainland media says it's about pique, not human rights.
How tensions between South Korea and Japan are playing out in small towns across America.
Why Taiwanese are getting fed up with the island's salacious, in-your-face media
250,000 tons of radioactive soil is sitting in plastic bags around the nuclear plant -- and Japan doesn't know what to do with it.
A well-known blogger calls on the U.S. to deny visas to those responsible for China's Great Firewall.
Yes, young people are often a force for political change. But what kind, exactly?
Could these creepy chest packs be North Korea's way of threatening radiological war?
Is a Spanish attempt to hold China accountable for abuses in Tibet the end of the global policeman?
The White House is gambling America's global standing on a trade deal with Asia. Don't bet on Congress to get it done.
Fleshy oysters and severed phalluses: The best sexual stimulants from around the world.
Chinese loved to hate their space program -- until its mascot became a talking, web-savvy bunny.
What the island -- or is that rogue province? -- looks like to Mainland Chinese.
Will China win its 65-year war with Taiwan -- without firing a shot?
Why lawmakers from both parties, and plenty of countries overseas, are desperate to speed up U.S. energy exports
How an arcane democratic term became more popular online than the moon landing.
Did Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to a dumpling shop create a pilgrimage site?
Debunking Eric X. Li's dangerously wrong ideas.
The world's factory is turning into an R&D machine -- and fast catching up with America.
Chinese state media is going soft on the Winter Games, while Chinese visitors seem to be having a ball.
China's Lunar New Year used to be special -- until people there got richer and more connected.
A starlet discovers the hard way how much Hong Kongers dislike their mainland bretheren.