14 Jul 2012 09:40 - Royston Chan More than 300 fans gathered in Shanghai to welcome Ivory Coast striker Didier Drogba on his much-anticipated arrival on Saturday.
23 Feb 2012 16:41 - Staff Reporter Apple has won round one of a trademark case against it after a Shanghai court ruled its iPads could still be sold in the city.
16 Dec 2011 13:45 - Ben Blanchard The Beijing city government has said that it will give users of micro blogs three months to register with their real names or face legal consequences.
18 Nov 2011 00:00 - Staff Reporter A lack of women in China means an estimated 30-million to 50-million men will be without a wife in 20 years.
10 Mar 2011 13:30 - Ben Blanchard China may be struggling with growing income disparities, but when it comes to making a fortune, Chinese still believe that to get rich is glorious.
21 Feb 2011 06:22 - Staff Reporter China's state media on Monday dismissed a weekend web campaign for Middle East-style protests as "performance art", while also urging public patience.
21 Dec 2010 11:39 - Alok Jha Psychologists claim, just imagining eating calorific food such as chocolate can reduce your appetite and help you lose weight.
02 May 2010 08:04 - Staff Reporter Shanghai opened its multibillion-dollar World Expo to the public on Saturday, showcasing China's booming economy and resurgent national pride.
20 Apr 2009 12:58 - Staff Reporter China's up-and-coming carmakers unveiled a smorgasbord of new vehicles on Monday at Shanghai's car show
17 Apr 2009 10:16 - Staff Reporter World champion Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time in opening practice on Friday for Sunday's Chinese Formula One Grand Prix.
28 Mar 2009 06:00 - Tessa Thorniley After a long hibernation, the live music scene is thriving in China's hippest city, with a host of new jazz and blues clubs, writes Tessa Thorniley.
28 Jan 2009 10:22 - James Pomfret Officials are turning a blind eye to routine violations of China's labour law to ease the burden on stricken businesses during the financial downturn.
01 Nov 2008 13:14 - Staff Reporter China's Health Ministry has penalised three hospitals for illegally selling human organs to foreigners, a local media report said on Saturday.
17 Oct 2008 13:38 - Nick Mulvenney Lewis Hamilton, chasing the world title at the Chinese Grand Prix, believes criticism of his driving style is an inevitable result of his success.
16 Oct 2008 09:04 - Gordon Howard All eyes will focus on three men when the F1 circus congregates in the paddock in Shanghai ahead of Sunday's potentially decisive Chinese Grand Prix.
15 Oct 2008 10:46 - Staff Reporter Lewis Hamilton is optimistic that he won't blow his world-title chances in China this weekend and has rebuffed claims that he is arrogant.
14 Jun 2008 10:37 - Staff Reporter Twenty-seven miners were killed and another seven remained trapped after an explosion in a Chinese coal mine, state media said on Saturday.
13 Jun 2008 12:05 - Staff Reporter There was no need for apprehension once the term of the current South African government came to an end, ANC leader Jacob Zuma said in China.
03 Jun 2008 16:52 - Staff Reporter China's state media on Tuesday hailed Premier Wen Jiabao as the world's sixth-most-popular politician on the social networking site Facebook -- well ahead of United States President George Bush. Wen Jiabao's profile was set up two days after he rushed to the scene of the May 12 earthquake in Sichuan province to oversee rescue efforts.
03 May 2008 09:18 - Staff Reporter A rapidly spreading virus that has already killed 22 children in eastern China has killed an 18-month-old boy in southern China's Guangdong province, the official Xinhua news agency said on Saturday. The boy died in Guangdong's Foshan city from a suspected case of hand, foot and mouth disease, which was probably caused by the enterovirus 71, or EV71.