It may not be fast, quiet or comfortable but the trip from Shixi to Huangcun is special for tourists and essential for residents.
The travel giant is looking to the world’s top tourist market to turn around its ailing fortunes.
Online retail giant Alibaba is launching MYbank, an online lender, and Chinese banks are pushing back with online malls.
China and Russia signed an agreement last month not to carry out cyber-attacks on each other. Looks like no one told China’s biggest arms maker.
A Chinese state-owned newspaper has warned the US that their continued resistance to the building of artificial islands will lead to a full-blown war.
The mainland's control of bookshops and media outlets has led to soft censorship and restrictions on what people can read in Hong Kong.
China appears to be taking criticism of its relationship with African countries to heart and is reviewing its approach to investment and development.
It turns out defaults in China aren't such a bad thing for financial markets after all.
Trainees from "major role players" in the industry set to learn about nuclear power plant engineering, procurement, maintenance and other subjects
The Chinese government has developed a new tool to prevent its citizens from accessing the internet freely.
The valuations of China's technology stocks have soared to an average of 220 times reported profits.
The introduction of a subsidy by the world's largest steelmaker may further hurt prices that fell to a 10-year low last week.
Economic decisions by Athens's leader may push Greeks to vote for the neo-fascist Golden Dawn.
The Chinese government tried to take on thriving online marketplace Alibaba, but owner Jack Ma beat the regulators at their own game.
China is violating human rights at an intensity that is unprecedented in its recent history, a top watchdog group said on Thursday.
A Chinese state-owned newspaper says the West is facing the consequences for slavery and colonialism, following the attack on "Charlie Hebdo".
At least 35 people were killed and 48 injured, according to city officials, during Shanghai's New Year celebration at the Bund.
The issue dominates debates, but for different reasons, from the far right making political capital to border guards pushing migrant boats back.
2014 will be remembered as the year politicians defeated climate scientists and solidified weak climate change targets, writes Sipho Kings.