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

China's big-spending tourists leave trail of havoc

Mon 24 Feb, AT 13:01 Gary Jones

The billions they spend are welcome – but the brawls and brazen shoplifting are not winning them friends

Yang Zhaoshi's story: tiny feet, enormous brutality

Fri 14 Feb, AT 12:35 Gary Jones

Our China correspondent meets one of the few women alive who were forced to have their feet bound

Will China-Taiwan summit lift distant threat of war?

Briefing Tue 11 Feb, AT 11:08

Ministers from Beijing and Taipei are holding the highest-level talks in 65 years

Comeuppance Chinese-style: not a good year for snakes

Thu 30 Jan, AT 11:37 Gary Jones

Review of the Chinese year, Part 3: how the rich and powerful got a taste of their own medicine

Year of the Snake, dodgy pigs and beef that glows in the dark

Wed 29 Jan, AT 09:05 Gary Jones

Review of the Chinese year, Part 2: Britain's horse-meat scandal had nothing on China

Year of the Snake is over – but for Sherlock it's just the start

Tue 28 Jan, AT 11:17 Gary Jones

Review of the Chinese year, Part 1: 'Sex God' Cumberbatch wins where David Cameron failed

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga ‘ban lifted’: who says she was ever banned in China?

Wed 22 Jan, AT 11:34 Gary Jones

It couldn’t be easier to buy a knock-off CD or download her music, says our new Shanghai columnist

China isn't creative enough to win a Nobel Prize for science

Mon 16 Dec, AT 12:00 The Conversation

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

David Cameron and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang

Clumsy Cameron under fire over 'sordid' China trade trip

First Reaction Tue 3 Dec, AT 13:00

Critics at home and abroad accuse the prime minister of following a 'muddled, obscure' political strategy