Thousands of Chinese security forces have flooded into an ethnically Tibetan area of southwestern China following large protests that led to violent, sometimes deadly, clashes with the police.
CNN's Stan Grant reports from China's Sichuan Province on heavy police presence amid allegations of Tibetans shot dead.
It's after 10 p.m. when we see a light in the distance. We've traveled for more than three hours up a windy, icy road in western China.
A large part of how we relate to people emotionally may be hardwired into our DNA. A new study suggests that character traits such as being open, caring, and trusting are so strongly linked to a certain gene variation that a total stranger, simply by watching us listen to another person, may be able to guess whether we have the variation with a high degree of accuracy.
Foxconn, a company that manufacturers parts used in Apple's iPhone and iPad, said it aims to replace workers with 1 million robots in the next three years, Xinhuanet reports.
The South Korean military apologized Monday for shooting at a commercial airplane carrying 119 passengers and crew.
South Korean military fired at a civilian plane mistaking it for a North Korea military plane. Paula Hancocks reports.
An explosion ripped through a factory in southwest China belonging to Foxconn, a key manufacturer of Apple products, killing two people and injuring 16, local officials said.
Volvo announced over $10 billion in investments over the next 5 years as a part of its new strategy in China, following its acquisition by Zhejiang Geely Holding Group last year.
CNN's Eunice Yoon sat down with Volvo CEO Stefan Jacoby to hear more about expansion plans.
While it's true that most travel destinations aren't like haute couture -- "in" one year and "out" the next -- there are some points on the map particularly worth visiting in 2011.
Heavy fog forced authorities in southwest China to shut down a dozen highways and a regional airport, stranding thousands of passengers for more than seven hours, state-run media said Tuesday.
Thirty years after Chinese officials instituted the country's controversial one-child population control policy, lawmakers in one of China's largest cities are weighing a one-dog policy for pet owners.
Security forces patrolled the streets of many parts of China Tuesday after three days of rowdy anti-Japanese protests.
All passengers aboard a passenger train that fell into a river in southwest China's Sichuan ProvinceThursday got out alive, state-run CCTV reported Friday.
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At least two carriages of a passenger train fell into a river Thursday after floods destroyed a bridge in southwest China's Sichuan Province, state-run CCTV reported Friday, citing Chengdu Railway authorities.
Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee and Korean Kim Do-hoon both carded eight-under-par rounds of 64 to lead the way after the opening 18 holes of the China Open at Jinji Lakes.
Two of the world's most famous pandas received a celebrity's welcome in China Friday after being shipped from the U.S. aboard the aptly named FedEx Panda Express.
CNN's Emily Chang reports on the arrival of two pandas in China, both born in the U.S.
The car breaks down. The lover jilts you mid-trip. The hotel turns out to be a dump.
Mainland China reported its first case of swine flu -- a 30-year-old man "currently enrolled in a university in the United States," the country's ministry of health said.
A commuter bus caught fire during the Friday morning rush hour in the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu, killing at least 24 people, state-run media reported.
As people across China's Sichuan province continue to rebuild their lives one year after a 7.9-magnitude earthquake leveled some towns and cities, the region's famed giant pandas are still struggling due to the devastation wreaked by the deadly temblor.
If it weren't for the Internet, Murong Xuecun might still be working as a sales manager at a car company in the southern Chinese city of Chengdu. That is what he was doing when he started writing his first novel on his office's online bulletin board system back in 2001.
A 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck China's Sichuan province on Tuesday, killing at least one person and seriously injuring five others, a local emergency official told CNN.
The Olympic torch's final parade in homage to victims of China's earthquake was run after the route was changed amid worries about security
Premier League top dogs Manchester United and Chelsea warmed up for the new season with thumping victories in friendlies on Saturday.
China on Monday began withdrawing the first batch of 40,000 troops from three provinces hit by the massive May 12 earthquake, as authorities shift their focus away from rescue and toward reconstruction
CNN's Eunice Yoon shows how survivors in the quake-hit Chinese province of Sichuan are coping with trauma.
The devastating earthquake put a little girl's adoption from China on hold. CNN's Kyung Lah follows her journey home.
When the magnitude 7.9 earthquake struck China's Sichuan Province in May, killing nearly 70,000 people, it hit home for Americans Rick and Michele Houston.
Chinese police cordoned off quake-hit schools and towns Thursday in an apparent attempt to quell protests by parents angry over shoddy school construction
A 5.3 magnitude aftershock struck China's quake-battered Sichuan province Thursday amid concerns over rising water levels in a lake formed by landslides from the massive May 12 temblor
After tolerating protests against shoddy building construction following the Sichuan quake, the police crack down
CNN's Wilf Dinnick takes us on a treacherous journey to China's quake lakes.
CNN's John Vause reports on the plight of survivors of China's earthquake.
In Che Jia Va, survivors of the deadly earthquake that struck central China wait patiently for aid. They don't complain.
Authorities ordered 1.3 million people, many living in tents and other temporary shelters, to evacuate a valley in central China on Friday amid fears that an earthquake-spawned lake could burst and flood the area
Rain grounded helicopters and added urgency to attempts on Thursday to drain an earthquake-created lake that was threatening to flood disaster victims in central China
CNN's Hugh Riminton explains how quake lakes were formed and the threat they pose.
China's Premier Wen Jiabao Saturday gave U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon a dramatic look at damage caused by the massive quake that hit Sichuan province earlier this month as the death toll from the catastrophe jumped past 60,000.
Chinese government officials raised the death toll from last week's earthquake past 55,000, as calls were sent out for more material to help the massive recovery effort.
The cheers of fans usually echo through Chengdu Stadium, but they're nowhere to be heard.
Half the residents of Yingxiu were killed by the May 12 earthquake, but the fight to rescue survivors goes on
Chinese open their hearts and wallets to help earthquake survivors. CNN's Jaime FlorCruz reports.
One of the most destructive moments in Chinese history is bringing together -- at least temporarily -- this vast nation of more than a billion people, made up of disparate ethnic groups stretching across five time zones.
Amateur video captures the earthquake at the moment it struck a mountain reserve outside Chengdu, China.
The death toll from last week's devastating earthquake in south-west China has risen to 40,075, senior government officials have said
A man was rescued after being trapped for nearly 179 hours in a collapsed building near the epicenter of the May 12 earthquake that struck China's Sichuan province, the country's state-run news agency reported Tuesday.
ITN's Lindsay Hilsum reports from one Chinese village devastated by the massive earthquake.
Chinese rescue workers face danger from powerful aftershocks. ITN's Bill Neely reports on the recovery efforts.
As the death toll passes 32,000, Chinese authorities must deal with the estimated 4.8 million who now need a place to live
An American iReporter was in a high-rise when the China quake hit.
iReporter Ben Geisler rode his motorcycle into some of the areas hardest hit in Monday's earthquake.
Covered bodies are lined up as family and friends come to identify them in Beichuan, China.
Parents are waiting at schools destroyed by the devastating Chinese earthquake hoping their children will be pulled from the debris but hope is fading.
A 7.9 magnitude earthquake rocks China Monday Morning. CNN's John Vause has the latest from Chongqing
Rainy weather and poor logistics thwarted efforts by relief troops who walked for hours over rock, debris and mud on Tuesday in hopes of reaching the worst-hit area of an earthquake that killed nearly 10,000 in central China, state-run media reported.
Aftershocks in China bring fears of even greater damage and more casualties. CNN's Jaime FlorCruz reports.
The powerful earthquake that has so far killed thousands of people in central China has left its mark on more than half of the vast nation.
China's giant pandas are believed to be safe after Monday's earthquake, but concern is growing over how they will get their next meals.
China warned the death toll from this week's earthquake could soar to some 50,000
Rescuers struggled to reach some of the hardest-hit areas of southwestern China on Tuesday after a massive earthquake that left a death toll well above 12,000.
China's stunned earthquake survivors try to cope amid chaos. CNN's John Vause reports.
A massive rescue effort is under way to free tens of thousands of people believed to be trapped under collapsed buildings
The official death toll from the China earthquake stood at 12,012 on Wednesday afternoon, but it is expected to rise as soldiers and rescue crews pull more bodies from crumbled buildings at the epicenter in Sichuan province.
Beijing authorities quickly swung into action to respond publicly -- in sharp contrast to its behavior in past disasters
A 7.8 magnitude quake strikes central China, killing thousands and trapping hundreds of students under their school
Nearly 900 students were buried by the earthquake that hit China's Sichuan province, according to China's official news agency, Xinhua
Animal handlers in China have developed a "sexercise" program to try to encourage extinction-threatened pandas to overcome their notoriously low sex drives.
Chinese authorities have obstructed foreign journalists at least 30 times as they sought to cover unrest in Tibet and nearby provinces in recent days, an organization for international journalists in China said Tuesday.
CHENGDU, China -- "I hope you enjoyed the game as I did."
CHENGDU, China -- The last time the U.S. played North Korea, in the group stage of the 2003 World Cup, the Yanks won handily, 3-0. So why is Tuesday's rematch -- the Cup opener for each side -- likely to be the most interesting game in the entire tournament?
It began by accident. My girlfriend, Ronni, and her twin sister, Marina, rented a documentary on panda bears. We all melted. Then we went online and found videos of tourists, somewhere in China, embracing pandas. One showed a gaggle of cubs eagerly descending a slide in what looked like panda day care. "We have to find this place," Ronni said, eyes lighting up.
Slapdash housing construction in fast-growing Chinese cities has generated strong demand for contractors to handle renovation projects.
The Chinese may be using the Internet in ever greater numbers, but their attitudes towards and needs in cyberspace may be different from what most people expect.
Following are essential facts and figures on the People's Republic of China.
IT WAS A BITTERLY COLD DECEMBER WEEKEND, WITH THE kind of frigid wind that would keep most sensible people indoors. But 33-year-old Jason Chen was going to throw his party anyway. He had rented a l...
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