The government will build another metropolis from scratch. But it's not planning on following the old playbook.
The Communist Party's enthusiasm for private Confucian schools is cooling. It could be fearful of a moral system outside its control.
Some parents prefer the invasive measure to lightly regulated, frequently brutal bootcamps.
The President's powerful daughter evokes deeply-held tropes in Chinese society.
China's president has descended on Florida for a summit with a counterpart he's never met. What happens now?
Pressure to save, marry, and work leaves no room for democratic aspirations.
A Chinese regulation would prohibit online insults based on religion. Some decry it as antithetical to Communist values.
The 2017 race for Chief Executive was supposed to be a watershed exercise in democracy. Instead, it may be a coronation.
For Beijing, the past is exceptionally useful, and usefully exceptional.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson surprised many by parroting Chinese talking points, but it's unlikely to signal a policy shift.
Beijing has been criticized for its Great Firewall and online censorship. Now it's looking prescient.
Peter Navarro doesn't speak Chinese, and has scant in-country experience. Should that matter?