Texting

China introduces e-lanes for texting pedestrians

One-Minute Read Mon 15 Sep, AT 15:50

But the city's attempt to reduce injuries caused by smartphone 'zombies' seems to be having the opposite effect

Police monitor protests in Hong Kong

Chinese official faces rare heckling in Hong Kong

One-Minute Read Mon 1 Sep, AT 12:47

Protesters disrupt speech after China backtracks on promise of true democracy in Hong Kong by 2017

A Chinese evangelicalist

Church of the Almighty God: what is China's 'demon-killing' cult?

Briefing Thu 21 Aug, AT 15:23

Described as a 'plague on humankind', members of the sect are going on trial for a brutal murder

A general view of Macau's Casino district

Macau leapfrogs Switzerland in world wealth league table

One-Minute Read Thu 3 Jul, AT 14:00

Gambling Chinese tourists have turned Macau into the fourth richest territory in the world

China steps up security

China market attack kills dozens: who is to blame?

Briefing Thu 22 May, AT 09:30

Explosives thrown from vehicles ripped through a street market in China's troubled Xinjiang region

A team of Chinese special police

Anti-terror units arrive on Beijing streets

One-Minute Read Mon 12 May, AT 15:51

Chinese authorities ratchet up security after a series of bomb and knife attacks on civilians

Why the Chinese are beating up and even killing their doctors

Wed 19 Mar, AT 09:53 Gary Jones

A weeping doctor was paraded round his hospital by an angry mob following one young man’s recent death

China smog pollution

China's war on pollution: how can they clear the smog?

Briefing Wed 5 Mar, AT 14:31

Chinese government declares a 'war on pollution', in a bid to fuel a 'great rejuvenation' for the country

Beijing

Beijing air pollution like a 'nuclear winter', scientists say

One-Minute Read Wed 26 Feb, AT 10:48

Air pollution in Beijing is now 20 times worse than levels the World Health Organisation considers safe

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