Residents May Pay for Damages Caused by Falling Objects

China's new civil code intends to hold all residents liable in the event that a falling object causes damage and the perpetrator cannot be identified.

by Joshua Cawthorpe, 28 May 2020

China Unveils The World’s First 3D AI Anchor to Cover 'Two Sessions'

She can walk and talk simultaneously, something her 2D predecessors’ couldn’t do.

by Rakini Bergundy, 28 May 2020

Drones Are Banned in Beijing Right Now, Here's Why

You'll have to wait to get those aerial shots of Beijing.

by That's Beijing, 22 May 2020

Explainer: Just What Exactly Are the 'Two Sessions'?

What are the Two Sessions? Should you care? We're here to answer your questions.

by Lucas dos Santos, 20 May 2020

Beijing-Bound Passengers Face Extra Screenings at Train Stations

Passengers heading to Beijing will be subject to extra security checks and temperature screenings ahead of the Two Sessions.

by Bridget O'Donnell, 19 May 2020

China's Top Legislature to Convene After Monthslong Delay

The announcement is a strong indicator that the Central Government is ready to move forward amid a monthslong public health crisis.

by That's GBA, 29 April 2020

China Has More Active Mobile Phones Than People

China's wide gap in active mobile phones and mobile phone users explained.

by Ryan Gandolfo, 05 March 2019

China Wants to Abandon the Two-Child Policy

Lawmakers are reportedly considering loosening or even abandoning China's two-child policy altogether.

by That's, 21 March 2018

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