EDUCATION 11.27.2015

Progress at Universities Requires Outside Help, College President Says

Exposure to management styles used at schools abroad can aid China's higher education system, head of Duke Kunshan University says

By staff reporter Sheng Menglu and intern reporter Jiang Jiaying
HEALTH CARE 11.25.2015

Advocate for Transplant Reform Not Done Yet

Dr. Huang Jiefu is not resting on his laurels after winning acclaim for improving China’s organ transplant system

By staff reporter Li Yan and intern reporter Luo Ruiyao
PROPERTY 11.24.2015

Wang Jianlin on Why the Wanda Phenomenon Works

China's wealthiest person reveals the secrets of real estate success and plans for the future in an exclusive interview

By New York correspondent Li Xiaoxiao
SPORTS 11.20.2015

With Big TV Deal, China's Pro Soccer League Looks to Score

China Sports Media recently spent a whopping 8 billion yuan on the rights to CSL games, a sign the sports industry is taking off

By staff reporters Li Huiling and Huang Kaixi


DRUGS 11.27.2015

Most of World's Synthetic Drugs Made in China, Police Admit

In face of mounting pressure from abroad to deal with problem, government says new substances appearing around the world are produced in China

    PETROLEUM 11.27.2015

    PetroChina Selling Half of Subsidiary Running Central Asian Pipelines

    Deal involving China Reform Holdings will help CNPC's listed subsidiary cut its debt, one expert says

      CORRUPTION 11.27.2015

      Insurance Executive Said to Die in Office Days after Probe Started

      Death of Sinosure's chief auditor comes just after party's corruption buster said it had started investigating him

        CORRUPTION 11.26.2015

        College President Fired for Breaking Rules on Cars, Spending

        Communication University head punished for breaking austerity rules that have been reemphasized in recent years

          RAILROAD 11.26.2015

          CRC to Start Selling Ads on Tickets as Part of Test Run

          Railroad operator turns to advertising in effort to pay off debt it inherited from old Ministry of Railways

            EDUCATION 11.26.2015

            Country's Rural Areas Face Shortage of Preschools, Ministry Says

            While more children are attending kindergarten across country, many youngsters in poor areas cannot because of a lack of schools

              MARKETING 11.25.2015

              Soccer Team, Major Sponsor Get Shirty over Jersey Change

              Automaker says it spent heavily to have its name on Guangzhou Evergrande's uniforms, but that squad wore different uniforms for big game

                CORRUPTION 11.25.2015

                Scandal at Aviation Regulator Widens as Another Official Investigated

                Party's graft fighter says it started inquiry into the official overseeing financial matters, the second time an CAAC figure has gotten in trouble this month

                  SECURITIES 11.24.2015

                  Chairman of Securities Firm's HK Subsidiary 'Missing for Six Days'

                  Yan Feng, head of Guotai Junan International Holdings, has not been seen in nearly a week, parent company says

                    ROBOTICS 11.24.2015

                    Xi, Li Express Their Support for Developing Robotics Industry

                    President and premier send letters to government-sponsored conference saying they see the field as important for growth

                      BANKING 11.24.2015

                      Banks' Total Value of Bad Loans Rises for 16th Straight Quarter

                      Industry had nearly 2 trillion yuan in sour loans at the end of the third quarter, official data show

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                          Talking Time
                        • Premier Li Keqiang, also known as "the country's top railroad salesman," rides a bullet train with visiting leaders who China hopes are future customers

                          Business Trip
                        • A shantytown in a western district of the capital is torn down to make way for a maglev train station

                          Wrecking Ball
                        • A slew of underground heating pipes bursts in one central city, leaving homes without heat as temperatures dip below freezing

                          Leaky Pipes
                        • A memorial to victims of the terror attacks in Paris, archeologists in China find a stash of gold in an ancient tomb and a volcano erupts in Indonesia

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                        • Photos of key points in the life and career of Hu Yaobang, a former general secretary of the Communist Party who championed economic reforms that led to China's opening

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