Driven in part by a growing domestic demand for fish, China’s fishing boats now range thousands of miles from home.
The political fortunes of China's president took a particularly good turn in 2017, at a time when the influence of the United States began to decline, argues Wei Pu.
Sharp reduction in sediment buildup blamed on hydroelectric dams and riverbed dredging.
The state media blame ‘local policymakers’ for heating woes.
The curbs do little to limit production.
Capital flight is feared as the Chinese Communist Party steers the flow.
The country’s reliance on foreign oil will rise to 80 percent, one study says.