Small cities in China show the way forward for electric vehicle travel.
The spotted lanternfly, native to Asia, is spreading fast since arriving in the United States seven years ago. An entomologist explains why this is a big problem.
China’s engagement with Ghana was solidified by its willingness to undertake an expensive project Western partners had run away from.
With cases increasing worldwide, any vaccine that could stop people from getting ill is highly valuable.
Japan is showing increased support for Taiwan in the face of relentless pressure from China. Here’s why Taiwan matters so much to Tokyo and what it’s prepared to do about it.
Earnings management is one of those genteel business terms that looks a lot less innocent the more you study it.
With little international law governing state-sponsored cybercrime, the risk of retaliation and even war is growing.
A new wave of political dissenters is emerging in China – and being repressed.
With the recent travails of Didi, and the emergence of Tencent’s facial recognition feature, China’s tech sector is undergoing major upheaval.
China’s staggering growth over the past 40 years is due to the force of personality and risk-taking of a man who stood barely 1.5m tall.
Wingtech Technology is taking over Newport Wafer Fab for £65 million.
A new survey of Taiwanese and Australian citizens has revealed some surprising results about their views on security and China.
China can play as a good mediator in this Israel-Palestine conflict
With ideological issues such as Hong Kong and Taiwan, lecturers told of how a vocal minority of international Chinese students are attempting to police teaching materials and class discussions.
China’s space programme is going from strength to strength.
The current public discourse about Uyghur Muslims has become too politicised to benefit those who are said to be subject to forced labour.
The CCP has little to celebrate in terms of what it has done for China. Its chief achievement has been staying in power for as long as it has.
China limited families to one child from 1980 to 2015 to curb population growth. The policy paid off economically for the country, but it left couples whose only child died grieving and impoverished.
A new report has found students and academics critical of China’s Communist Party are being harassed and intimidated by supporters of Beijing. Universities must do more to protect academic freedom.
African identity needs a revision to move beyond current understanding of its relationship with China