In the West, we are used to sci-fi written by English-speakers who dream up English-speaking utopias and dystopias. Often in the final reel, humanity is saved by English-speaking heroes. So what should we expect from China's newly-thriving sci-fi scene?
More than 30 Chinese immigrants in New York say they have been the victims of a Chinese robocall scam. A local councilor suspects the number is much higher. The NYPD estimates $3 million has been stolen since December.
No one is 100 percent sure what will happen when the most powerful Chinese leader in a generation meets a mercurial American president who has been in office fewer than 100 days, as Trump and Xi open a new chapter in the world's most consequential relationship.
What’s for lunch? It’s a question almost everyone asks every day, but also one that most of us don’t have to think much about. But climate change will have a big impact on what's for lunch (and dinner and breakfast) around the world.
Chinglish is a problem on signs in China — and no one's quite sure how to go about fixing it. The city of Shenzen, though, has a scheme to get the people making fun of the bad translations to help fix them.
Images of stings that look like gunshot wounds and Chinese exterminators in protective suits with blowtorches have given the Asian giant hornets an infamous reputation. That, and the dozens of deaths they have caused in China.