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Dispute in tourist hotspot Hainan sparks stand-off with country’s largest hotel group
First screening cancelled at last minute due to historical sensitivities
Education technology companies are struggling with high cash burn and lack of profits
Trade war and material comforts rather than democracy define new generation
Much-anticipated debate between news readers leaves viewers wanting more
National pride is changing attitudes, but Chinese watchmakers lack the marketing to compete with global rivals
Xi Jinping is ploughing billions into resettling rural residents. Will it work?
Dulwich College offshoot is part of a growing trend aimed at China’s middle class
Thirty years after covering the massacre, James Kynge goes in search of the dissidents who shook Beijing
Asian people are living up to 20 years longer so simply hoarding cash will not do
Middle class grows more insecure as social mobility slows
After three decades of strong growth, the world’s second-largest economy has been slowing down. The FT examines the implications for business and society.
CGTN and parent network CCTV under scrutiny after allegedly airing forced confession
Mother of ex-student claims money was to benefit university, not buy admission
Student activists go missing as authorities ban unofficial gatherings to mark anniversaries
Programme uses vast array of data to detect and monitor individuals according to report
Lessons of history provide context for Belt and Road summit and May 4 centenary
Growth has slowed to a trickle in parts of Manchuria — but some young people are finding new careers online
Compensation reflects regions’ differing capacity to repay debt
Enthusiasts see soft power potential of costume intrigues set in dynastic palaces
Authorities hope for a quiet Beijing as two sensitive dates approach
Disappearance of postings from platform reminder of last year’s attempted purge
Police warn people for ‘liking’ posts that insult leaders or even opening an account
Supreme court ruling comes as Beijing seeks to reassure private sector
One of the most underrated financial stories of our age.