After being detained for 80 days by the Chinese Government, artist Ai Weiwei was released on bail. The government cites economic crimes for his detention, such as evading taxes and destroying documents.
The Chinese military has put its newest, biggest warship -- a 60,000 ton aircraft carrier -- up for public viewing. Some see it as a direct challenge to the US navy.
Google announced that hundreds of Gmail accounts, including accounts owned by government officials and political activists, have been hacked.
Some Chinese seem to mourn Bin Laden's death. Others give a collective shrug.
Top Chinese and US officials are engaging in bilateral talks, and human rights violations will be a part of the discussion.
The protests in Egypt made big headlines around the world. But not in China, where censors didn't want news of the revolution on state TV.
The Chinese style of parenting is changing. The "Tiger Parent" style may be a thing of the past.
By 2020, the Chinese government wants to extend health care to all of its 1.3 billion citizens. The job won't be easy.
Two American artists who have worked in China for many years – an actress and a rapper – talk about censorship's effect on creativity.
The world's biggest investor in developing countries is no longer the World Bank. It's China.