The recently approved Shuangjiangkou dam reaches a whopping 1,030 feet high.
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As some demonstrators were hauled away by uniformed and plainclothes police, some shouted, "Police officers are Kunming residents too! Police officers drink Kunming water too!"
The planet's next biggest skyscraper breaks ground in June. It may be finished by December.
What can the average person on Beijing's streets do to combat the problem, especially in light of the Chinese government's strict control over pollution monitoring?
After years of tight state control, China is finally preparing its currency, the yuan, to go mainstream.
Zhu Ling's story begins with her poisoning in 1995, and ends with the Boston bombing, high-ranking government officials, and calls for someone's head.
The strange comment Constant Dullaart left on my wall sounded like him, but I knew that it wasn't.
Considering China's dominant role in HCFC production in the developing world, it's clearly an important step to an all out ban on all HCFCs.
The rate of growth is astounding.
So what about the US? It remained in second place.
The Athens branch of Indymedia, an independent open network of journalists who report on political and social issues, was shut down last Thursday.
When cyber attacks lead to missile launches, a virtual war can become a real war real fast.
Apple needs to continue being good to its Chinese customers, or this will just be another one of many bad days to come.
In a few years it could be every reporter's must-have tool. But is this OK?
Japanese geologists have found a cache of rare earth elements buried in high concentrations in sea mud.
The government wants hackers, and it wants them young.
Within a couple of generations, competing with the Chinese on an intellectual level will be like drinking a shot every time Lena Dunham gets naked on 'Girls' – not a good idea.
"Illegal mapping" -- with the use of "devices with ultra high sensitivity" -- is Beijing's charge against the world's largest soft drink maker.
The Chinese social media app is 300 million strong and growing. It's also really fun. But how safe is your data?
It's rather frustrating to see China take the lead using research the US pioneered.
When it comes to carbon-free nuclear, China is positioning itself to be a world leader, and to get paid while doing it.
Looking at Skype's growth rate alone — one in three calls! — you can see that people would rather get free international calls that hold onto their right to privacy.
The illicit white powder that Chinese parents can’t get enough of.