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With the fierce competition for places at China’s top schools linked to home ownership, efforts to cool the housing market by incentivizing renters could stumble at the first hurdle

One of China’s most experienced real estate experts weighs in on the nation’s mammoth reform effort

In a culture where continuing the family line is of paramount importance, Chinese parents are starting to come to terms with their children’s sexuality

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A new standoff between Indian and Chinese troops in the tri-junction area near Bhutan has produced a volatile border dispute

After a brief honeymoon, Sino-Indian relations are back in the doldrums – and New Delhi is stuck in the past

The nationwide ‘Targeted Poverty Alleviation’ program has seen significant positive results in recent years and may become an international standard, but is it enough?