Asia and Europe react to U.S. debt downgrade

Aug 8, 2011
How Europe is dealing with the U.S. downgrade news, in light of its own debt problems, and the latest on China's reactions as the largest foreign holder of U.S. debt
Posted In: China

China: Stuck with its addiction to U.S. debt

Aug 7, 2011
Shanghai's Pudong district...built with help from the purchase of US debt. Officially, the response from China's government to...
Posted In: China, credit rating, downgrade, Standard & Poor's

Chinese newspaper swears China isn't hacking other governments

Aug 5, 2011
Earlier this week we reported on a study from McAfee, that said a likely "state actor" had hacked more than 70 governments, non-profit organizati...
Posted In: China, hacking, security

Chinese people show frustration over corruption

Aug 3, 2011
After a high-speed train crash last month -- and the government's reactions afterward -- some Chinese are beginning to publicly show anger and resistance
Posted In: China

Biggest cyber-attack ever

Aug 3, 2011
Security company McAfee has just released a paper revealing a massive set of cyber-attacks, infiltrating 72 organizations. Reuters is calling it...
Posted In: China, cybercrime, hacking, McAfee, security

The robots are coming! Or, how to spoil a pefectly nice dance party.

Aug 1, 2011
Foxconn, the Taiwanese company that assembles Apple's iPhones and iPads, is reportedly planning to "hire" 1 million robots to take on the boring,...
Posted In: China, Foxconn, iPad, labor, robot, robots, world

Chinese billionaires chip in to protect environment

Jul 29, 2011
Project would be China's first private nature reserve, to protect a fifth of the world's Giant Panda population
Posted In: China

China slams U.S. politics, but can't remove itself from the American economy

Jul 29, 2011
China owns nearly $1.2 trillion of U.S. debt. And with worries over a default or credit downgrade, why doesn't China stop investing in the U.S. economy?
Posted In: China

Chinese bullet train disaster clouds future sales

Jul 27, 2011
Public outrage erupted in China after a deadly crash between two high-speed trains this past weekend
Posted In: China, Transportation

Chinese firm spans the globe to build construction experience

Jul 25, 2011
A Chinese company helping to reconstruct a bridge in New York aims to become a world-class construction power. But the rebuilding project is not without controversy.
Posted In: China