In a new book, economist Li Yin argues that fears of “forced technology transfers” are outdated and based on a misreading of ...
An owl-shaped wine goblet that once belonged to the wife of Wu Ding, one of China’s earliest known rulers. A new exhibition ...
The official jobless rate for urban youths aged 16 to 24 rose 0.6 percentage points to 19.9% in July, the highest figure ...
Experts say platforms bear no legal responsibility for promoting unofficial tourism sites in flood zones — but users aren’t ...
A flash flood turned a social media-friendly valley into a death trap. Local authorities say they saw it coming.
The Special Olympics Committee hopes Su’s star power will help change social attitudes toward people with intellectual ...
China’s top two bike rental services, Meituan Bike and Ant Group-backed Hello Inc., have increased their rental fees for ...
The cause: multiple organ failure caused by a heat stroke. According to the National Climate Center, from June 1 to July 12, ...
Musician Philip Hsu has amassed a huge collection of mixtapes recorded by ordinary Shanghainese during the late 20th century.
Quick, catchy, and inane, short video-optimized “god songs” have taken over Chinese music. Does anyone still have the ...
On July 14, a scorching hot day, the sunshine seemed to bounce off the Yuyao freight depot’s concrete pavement as harshly as ...
After nearly a year of preparation, Sixth Tone is proud to announce the finalists of its inaugural China Writing Contest.