Why China's buzzing about President Xi Jinping's simple meal of steamed buns and pig innards.
State media on U.S. "dysfunction," Japan's "dangerous direction," and the "gradual rise" of Africa's middle class.
A respected professor's open resignation has academics asking where Chinese government meddling will end.
Online whispers paint an eerie parallel between Japanese war criminals and dead Chinese strongman Mao Zedong.
Why Shinzo Abe's visit to a Tokyo shrine could make his lousy relations with Beijing much worse.
Why the market for the global poor isn’t as big as you might think.
Beijing's elegant suggestion to spread mobile technology in the countryside.
Drunk driving, death, wealth, and privilege isn't just an American issue.
Communist discipline chief Wang Qishan may be taking the wrong lessons from the TV series 'House of Cards.'
As China flexes its muscles in Central Asia, will the United States have any influence after it leaves Afghanistan?
Will a viral video of brutal hazing undermine domestic trust in China's military?
Netizens speculate on the downfall of feared former security czar Zhou Yongkang.
The Chinese government's crackdown on Bloomberg and the "paper of record" reaches a head.
Chinese people do not think a state media article about "five surprising benefits" to deadly pollution is funny.
Five ways that Beijing could get rid of its dependence on U.S. debt.
Why a nationalist screed warning of Western encroachment has just gone viral in China.
President Obama's National Security Strategy aims to prevent the emergence of wars. So why won't the White House get behind its own strategy?
60 years ago, London was even more polluted than Beijing is today.
Look past their funky threads and outlandish hairdos. China's alienated young migrants are here to stay.
In which your humble correspondent breaks bread with the Uighur democracy movement in Arlington, Virginia.
Why Burma's rebels have every reason to be suspicious of government emissaries talking peace.
Why China's powerful, new national defense posture looks so much like America's.