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China Says New Rocket Brings Space Station Plans Closer

SCIENCE | By Christopher Bodeen | Nov 6
China's plans for a permanent space station remain firmly on track with the successful launch of its new heavy-lift Long March 5 rocket that will enable ambitious future missions, including a planned trip to Mars.

China's Overseas Takeover Spree Meets Growing Resistance

FINANCE | By Kelvin Chan | Oct 31
Corporate China's global shopping binge barreled on this week with more multibillion dollar deals, but Beijing is starting to discover that there are limits to what its money can buy.

Pandas and Peppercorns: Discovering Chengdu

By Matthew Wexler | Oct 28
For those that like a bit of heat, there's no place like Chengdu for Sichuan cuisine. And while you're there, be sure to check out the famous China Conservation and Research Centre for the Giant Panda.

China Essentials: Travel Tips & Discovering Shanghai

By Matthew Wexler | Oct 26
EDGE travel editor Matthew Wexler returns from China with a shortlist of how to prepare and what not to miss.

Animal Rights Activists Target China Dog Meat Festival

FOOD/DRINK | By Christopher Bodeen | Apr 4
Animal rights activists are seeking to shut down an annual summer dog meat festival in southern China blamed for blackening the country's international reputation as well as fueling extreme cruelty to canines and unhygienic food handling practices.

China's New Push to Dominate Movie Industry

MOVIES | Mar 10
A new international alliance could change what's showing at your local multiplex.

2016 Bucket List: Shanghai

INTERNATIONAL | By Matthew Wexler | Jan 20
Go east... Far East! EDGE's 2016 bucket list continues with our fifth installment: Shanghai, China.

China's First Domestic Violence Law Overlooks Gays

INTERNATIONAL | Dec 28
Activists largely welcomed China's first national anti-domestic violence law on Monday, although some criticized the apparent omissions of sexual violence and gay couples.

Glass Walkway Over China Canyon Cracks With Tourists On It

INTERNATIONAL | Oct 10
A glass walkway that hugs a cliff above a scenic canyon in central China was closed after cracks developed while dozens of tourists were walking on the newly built structure.

China Orders Heightened Safety After Deadly Stampede

Feb 16
China has ordered stepped-up safety measures over the Lunar New Year travel rush in the wake of terrorist threats and a December stampede in Shanghai that killed 36 people.

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