In our news wrap Wednesday, the first two bodies recovered from the crash of AirAsia flight 8501 landed in Surabaya, Indonesia, but efforts to continue searching for more victims were delayed by strong winds and heavy rains. Also, in Afghanistan,…
By PBS NewsHour
China's new tech-driven economy has opened opportunities for entrepreneurs. But they still face some hurdles when starting a business.
By Larisa Epatko
SHANGHAI, China -- If the gluttony of Black Friday spending in the United States makes you blue, China’s Singles' Day might help put things in perspective.
By Larisa Epatko
China's Economic Slowdown Felt By Its Young Generation…
China's Vice President Xi Jinping concluded his tour of the United States Friday in Los Angeles with a focus on trade, as a new joint venture was announced between DreamWorks Animation and several Chinese media groups. Jeffrey Brown reports.
China's urban population has exploded in the last 20 years and more than 200 cities in China are expected to have a population of more than 1 million people by 2025.
By Tom LeGro
In today's arts and culture headlines, Hobbit legislation passes in New Zealand.
As part of his series from China, Ray Suarez reports on the ongoing 2010 Shanghai Expo, where the large and decadent Chinese pavilion captures the country in transition.
As China kicks off its five-month World Expo festivities in Shanghai, Jeffrey Brown talks to Ray Suarez about what is on displayed in the international pavilions at the largest, most expensive World's Fair in history.
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