Unstable Foundations: If Beijing is your landlord, what happens when the lease is up?
Hengqin Island will straddle China's border and give Macau a needed lifeline
China oversteps in rearranging the workweek to boost holiday spending
A culture clash looms in the Shuanghui-Smithfield deal. Can the Chinese porker handle America's giant spare rib?
Are Chinese policymakers finally getting serious about curbing credit?
China's lack of data on property owners has let the wolves move in on the market
Migrant workers aren't as thrilled about taking up a life in China's eastern manufacturing centers
The failure to regulate trust companies leaves a gaping opportunity for shadow banking to grow
Notable security breaches in China illustrate the case for beefing up safeguards for mobile apps, Kenny Hui and Billy Graham write
President Obama needs to push specific goals at his summit with Xi or risk coming away empty handed, Dean Cheng and Derek Scissors write
Food-safety inspectors on the local level are hardly doing their jobs, says one of the country's top nutrition specialist
China's media is distracting the government from the real food-safety problem, says one of the country’s top nutrition specialists
As China loosens its laws on the use of hundreds of uninhabited islands, the prospects for MICE resorts looks promising
More Chinese tourists visit South Korea, causing a hotel room squeeze
Singapore beefs up its leisure offerings to stand out as Asia’s top MICE destination
China is set to overtake Germany and the United States as the world’s largest outbound tourism market
China's crackdown on hot inflows led to cold exports. Get used to it
Less is more when it comes to China’s future growth
With the resumption of IPOs on the horizon, investors shouldn’t feel safe despite more rigorous inspections
China's invitation to the Arctic will help keep the country’s thirst for resources in check
China market roundup: June 7
Chinese firms may feel comfortable listing in the US again, but are American investors comfortable with China?
China market roundup: May 31
Why China's concession to US accounting regulators is worth little to investors
And for it's next miracle, China will...
China returns this week to its rightful place as the ultimate ruler of civilization
The latest in news on semi-irrelevant governing bodies: China has gained
China runs out of ideas for advancing sovereignty claims and starts getting creative
Even dead hogs have a silver lining; Huawei plays hard to get
China's thriving luxury sector leads Chinese applicants to European MBA programs
Luke Hangu at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business pinpoints the right time to dive into the world of MBA education
Seven universities from mainland China and Hong Kong climbed to the top 100 of the world’s best MBA program providers for the first time in history
By Jordi Canals, Dean, IESE Business School