It couldn’t be easier to buy a knock-off CD or download her music, says our new Shanghai columnist
They've just put a robot on the moon – but a school system enslaved to rote learning won't breed Nobel laureates, says Cong Cao
Critics at home and abroad accuse the prime minister of following a 'muddled, obscure' political strategy
The Prime Minister has arrived in Beijing in a bid to boost trade and make amends for previous spats
The number to benefit is a drop in the ocean; don't expect a baby boom just yet, says Jackie Sheehan
Chinese families allowed two children if at least one parent is an only child
Chinese leaders 'missed opportunity' to generate goodwill and show country as a responsible power
Chinese police arrest men in relation to 'carefully planned' attack in Beijing
Former high-flyer whose wife was convicted of murdering an English businessman goes on trial
China's People's Park claimed dogs, foxes and rats were more exotic species
Chinese team hail 'teeth' grown by mice, but London scientist calls urine 'a poor starting point'
Frustrating flight delays in China have led to a wave of attacks on airline and airport staff
Extreme rain and flooding triggers landslide and turns city into 'a vast expanse of water'
They're billed as the essential summer accessory for women who don't want to be hassled, but are they real?
Was baby found stuck in Chinese toilet pipe victim of one-child policy? Mother has different story
Intrepid reporter grabs microphone and delivers story in her wedding gown after Sichuan quake
Shanghai tower block houses crack cyber-espionage unit, claims US report
Arrests across China after cult spreads rumour that world will end on 21 December
The charismatic Communist 'Princeling' appears to be a mass of contradictions
British businessman whose death sparked ructions in Chinese Communist Party, 'passed information to MI6'