The 3.6-meter-wide pedestrian bridge, which spans a canal in Shanghai's Baoshan District, was installed earlier this year.
The catch? Their top speed is less than 40 MPH, they run on cheap lead-acid batteries and they have little to no crash protection.
Videographer Toby Harriman transforms the city's architecture into abstract art in his project "The Block Tower."
In the 21st century, liberal democracy will face a challenge of an entirely new kind. Here's one powerful signal of that future.
Billions of dollars flow into the U.S. from China every year. CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi explores some of China’s biggest assets in New York and explains how the tr...
In Hotan, documents show officials are expanding detention camps and increasing surveillance.
Hey Laowinners! China has removed the one child policy in an effort to stop a massive burden on young society. There are too many single kids that now have t...
Thousands of low-wage workers in “censorship factories” trawl the online world for forbidden content, where even a photo of an empty chair could cause big trouble.
This is the first time in human history that we've made a successful landing on the mysterious far side of the moon.
Hey, we're not going to knock it until we try it, but we are... skeptical.
Many of Wang Quanzhang’s peers in a burgeoning legal defense movement were pressured to cooperate with authorities, but he didn’t.
As part of "stability maintenance," people the state considers troublemakers may be sent to jail — or sent on vacation.
Lam Qua's paintings depicting people with huge, bulbous tumors remain mesmerizing.
China's Qianxu Cave is a stunning 1310 feet long, 655 feet wide and 350 feet tall.
On Thursday, China's Foreign Ministry confirmed that Canadian nationals Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig are "being investigated" on suspicion of "activities that endangered China's national security."
Well, *someone's* gotta hit the play button on all those YouTube videos no one else wants to watch.
With its Chang'e 4 mission, China hopes to be the first country to ever successfully undertake such a landing.
"It tastes like a Whopper that's gone bad and then melted a little."
Residents of Xinjiang, China were surprised to see what appeared to be yellow snow falling from the sky, as somewhere between 5 and 10 inches of dust consumed the area.
Will the growing interest in traditional Chinese medicine — at home and abroad — doom some of the world’s rarest species?
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