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Timeline: China's race into space
updated 11:50 PM EDT, Mon June 10, 2013
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China feeds bitcoin frenzy
updated 2:56 AM EST, Fri December 6, 2013
With more than a third of the world's bitcoin transactions flowing through one Chinese website, China is at the heart of the bitcoin frenzy.
Shanghai tops education ranking
updated 3:51 PM EST, Tue December 3, 2013
When it comes to mathematics, reading and science, the OECD says Shanghai teens are the best in the world.
China launches first moon mission
updated 9:11 AM EST, Mon December 2, 2013
China launched its first lunar probe early Monday, making it the world's third nation to soft-land on the moon.
Opinion: China wants rule, stability
updated 12:21 AM EST, Fri November 29, 2013
President Xi Jinping has reshaped China's foreign policy by recalibrating its stresses on sovereignty and stability.
Chinese flies war jets in disputed zone
updated 5:05 PM EST, Thu November 28, 2013
China sends fighter jets into its newly claimed air defense zone above the East China Sea as Japan's military remains defiant.
China opens futuristic airport terminal
A flying ray? A trapped spaceship? No, it's Shenzhen's new airport terminal.
China monitored U.S. jets in air space
updated 9:59 PM EST, Wed November 27, 2013
Tensions are running high in the skies between China and Japan -- and the United States is refusing to stay on the sidelines.
Why China's new air zone stirs tensions
updated 2:15 AM EST, Wed November 27, 2013
China has declared the creation of an air defense identification zone in the East China Sea, eliciting criticism from the U.S. and Japan.
'Golden rice bowl' attracts top talent
updated 4:37 AM EST, Mon November 25, 2013
Wang Zixu was among the 1.1 million hopefuls who packed out school and universities across China to sit the country's civil service exams.
Opinion: China's bolder foreign policy
updated 11:58 PM EST, Sun November 24, 2013
China is busy designing and implementing a bolder foreign policy in light of an anticipated U.S. decline, writes Stephanie Kleine-Ahlbrandt.
China's reforms: Enlarging the cage
updated 10:53 PM EST, Wed November 20, 2013
After presiding over a smooth leadership transition in his first year, what will Xi Jinping's next move be?
Pipeline explosion kills 44 in east China
updated 8:52 PM EST, Fri November 22, 2013
An oil pipeline exploded Friday in eastern China, killing at least 44 people, state-run Xinhua new agency reported.
Making 'made in China' cool
updated 9:38 PM EST, Tue November 19, 2013
Taste makers say China's fashion landscape is changing, with home-grown designers and brands ready to challenge their Western counterparts.
How's Xi doing? A report card
updated 10:44 PM EST, Tue November 19, 2013
CNN asks three analysts for their verdict on Xi's first year in power in three key areas: The economy, the environment and domestic politics.
China to ease one-child policy
updated 3:23 AM EST, Sat November 16, 2013
After months of hints, China announces it will relax its three decades-old one-child policy and abolish labor camps.
Fresh hope for Chinese soccer
updated 2:29 AM EST, Wed November 13, 2013
Chinese football fans finally have something to cheer about after a local team became Asian champions.
Being a second child in China
updated 6:46 PM EST, Mon November 11, 2013
Li Xue loves learning but has never spent a day in school. As a second child in "one child" China, she was not entitled to a state education.
Labor camp inmate's Halloween 'SOS'
updated 7:52 AM EST, Thu November 7, 2013
CNN speaks to a former inmate of one of China's infamous labor camps, who smuggled a letter pleading for help into Halloween decorations.
Shanghai's marriage market
updated 8:57 PM EST, Sun November 3, 2013
Each weekend, parents gather in a Shanghai park to find Mister or Miss Right for their children.
Backlash over tips for women drivers
updated 5:12 AM EDT, Wed October 30, 2013
Police in China's capital Beijing are in a jam after publishing guidance for "inadequate" women drivers online.
Who are the Uyghurs?
updated 9:53 PM EDT, Wed October 30, 2013
Authorities have blamed a terrorist attack in Tiananmen Square on Uyghurs from Xinjiang, a restive region that has a long history of tension.
Chinese villages now 'human zoos'?
updated 3:46 AM EST, Mon November 4, 2013
China's ethnic minorities struggle to preserve their identity and culture as they become tourist attractions.
China paper 'sorry' over scandal
updated 1:23 AM EDT, Mon October 28, 2013
A newspaper has withdrawn its high-profile support of a detained reporter after he confessed on television to releasing fabricated stories.
'Vacuum cleaning' Beijing's skies
updated 7:14 AM EDT, Fri October 25, 2013
A Dutch artist and designer has come up with a device he hopes will suck pollutants from Beijing's smog-cloaked skies.
Opinion: In China, 'everyone is corrupt'
updated 11:01 PM EDT, Wed October 23, 2013
In a society where 'everyone' is guilty of corruption, China faces an uphill struggle in its battle against graft, says writer Lijia Zhang.
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