China: A loan shark or the good Samaritan?
Beijing has been accused of strong-arming poor countries through predatory lending as part of its Belt and Road Initiative. A new analysis seeks to debunk claims surrounding China's "debt-trap diplomacy."
Less taxing times in China
Beijing has announced its latest tax cuts. The Chinese government is said to be reducing fees and charges to several sectors including airlines, electronics, and textiles.
China downplays U.S. trade tensions
The Chinese government's top diplomat Wang Yi said on Friday there was no cause for concern or panic over trade friction between Beijing and Washington, adding that China follows a path to "peaceful" development.
Google wants back in...in China
Google left China in 2010, refusing to bow to state censorship. Now it is willing to create a censored search engine to meet Beijing's needs. Bob Boorstin, who was on the team that made the decision for Google to enter China in 2006, and Bloomberg Opinion's Shira Ovide break down what's changed for Google.
Japan foreign minister says Beijing, Tokyo should co-operate more to denuclearise N.Korea
Japanese Foreign Affairs Minister Taro Kono said on Sunday (April 15) that Tokyo and Beijing needed to work more closely together to denuclearise North Korea, after a meeting with his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi.
BBC editor quits China post over pay discrimination
BBC China Editor Carrie Gracie has quit her post in Beijing saying male international editors at the BBC make at least 50 percent more than women in those roles.
Trump to Xi: I appreciate what you've done on North Korea
At a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G20 summit, U.S. President Donald Trump said it may take time to rein in North Korea's nuclear program, but was confident Washington and Beijing could eventually reach a successful conclusion.
China's $290 Billion dream to make a New Shenzhen
China plans to build an economic zone near Beijing. President Xi Jinping's scheme, called the Xiongan New Zone, promises to transform a little-known patch of northern China into a city of the future.
Murder suspect says Malaysia trying to dishonor North Korea
Ri Jong Chol, a suspect in the murder of the estranged half-brother of North Korea's leader, said in Beijing that he was a victim of a conspiracy by Malaysian authorities attempting to damage the honor of North Korea.