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According to incomplete statistics, a total of 245 senior Chinese officials committed suicide or disappeared between 2009 and early December 2016. Mounting pressure from the cruelly competitive officialdom and the sweeping anti-corruption campaign is believed to be partly to blame

so many elderly people are moving to other cities to care for their grandchildren that the phenomenon is changing the structure of the Chinese family

A vast network of child traffickers supplies labor to east China’s textile factories

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The Tibetan mastiff was once a luxury item. But after prices cratered, abandoned packs of dogs have become a threat in the Qinghai plateau, leaving locals struggling to find a solution

China’s leading online shopping platform Taobao has over 100,000 high-end consumers with special shopping privileges. Will the group help to drive the company’s service upgrades?

Some young Chinese are seeking new experiences overseas, or escaping problems at home, by enlisting in foreign armed forces