China’s foreign ministry 'not aware' of controversy surrounding Peng Shuai amid increasing international scrutiny
Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian told reporters that the matter was “not a diplomatic question and I’m not aware of the situation.”
Peng claimed earlier this month that former vice-premier Zhang Gaoli had assaulted her, the first time the #MeToo movement has struck at the top echelons of the ruling Communist Party.
From Mao Zedong to Xi Jinping: How the Chinese Communist Party has grown and its role in nation building
Starting off with just 50 members in 1921, the party today has more than 85 million members and is the major policy-making body in Beijing
At the plenary, top figures will debate a key resolution celebrating the party's main achievements in its 100 years of existence
Early this month, Taiwan reported close to 150 incursions of Chinese aircraft into its Air Defence Identification Zone
US Senate votes to ban products from China's Xinjiang over human rights violations of Uyghur Muslims
The measure now heads to the House of Representatives, which must pass it if it is to reach President Joe Biden's desk for his signature
Explained: Hong Kong proposes changes to film censorship law, expands ongoing crackdown on political dissent
On Tuesday, Hong Kong authorities unveiled a new hardened censorship law which would cover any titles that had previously been given a green light.
China is asking critical questions of the global normative order, and only India has a clue to the answers
For the burgeoning Indian middle class, there’s a China-envy at work as the aspirational segment looks at the roadblocks posed by India’s chaotic democracy
Why CCP's authority in China is linked to Xi Jinping's ability to deliver economic benefits to citizens
In China, President Xi Jinping is riding a tiger which he will have to dismount, sooner or later, with predictable consequence
Chinese urban professionals are rejecting careers for a 'low-desire life', rattling the Communist Party
Beijing needs skilled professionals to develop technology and other industries. China’s population is getting older and the pool of working-age people has shrunk by about 5 percent from its 2011 peak.
100 years of Chinese Communist Party: As Xi Jinping consolidates power, softening of stance at LAC unlikely
Given the high-stakes poker that Xi is playing at home, any climbdown with India will be seen as a ‘resounding defeat’ by an increasingly nationalist generation of Chinese who have been fed a steady diet of ideological jingoism.
In Guizhou, tourism in the first quarter of 2021 has already recovered to 2019 levels, local official Lu Yongzheng said.
China’s lack of transparency as well as other concerns prompted a small group of scientists not affiliated with WHO to call for a new inquiry into the origin of the pandemic
The virtual maritime jam, re-routing of ships and the colossal financial damages caused by this Suez Canal 'choke' is a real-time experience, of inevitable helplessness, in such situations
The Chinese Communist Party is presently celebrating the official 'end of extreme poverty' in the country with a massive propaganda campaign
India is preparing for the next generation of warfare by building indigenous capacities for unmanned platforms, including drones
In mainland China, major events have been largely erased from public memory by censorship. Critics fear that model is being imported to Hong Kong.
Any attempt to comprehend elite politics in China requires an understanding of the factional dynamics within the party
Wuhan residents honour coronavirus whistleblower doctor on death anniversary but no official memorials held
Li Wenliang, a 34-year-old ophthalmologist, was one of eight whistleblowers in China who local authorities punished early on for “spreading rumors”. He sent the “rumor” because he wanted to warn others
Authorities are particularly sensitive about efforts to pay homage to Li, the Wuhan ophthalmologist whose death prompted rare calls for freedom of speech in China