Shanghai

Foreign Automakers Gain Market Share in China

A recent report revealed that domestic automakers in China are losing market share to foreign automakers at a steady rate that appears set to continue as multinational corporations set up manufacturing plants in China. With an increasing number of China's citizens gaining wealth, new car sales are s...

Shared tandem bikes come-and go

Police ordered a bike-sharing company to remove more than 120 tandem bicycles parked along sidewalks in Shanghai on Monday due to a nationwide ban on riding them on public roads....

WeChat, Weibo and Baidu Under Investigation

On Friday, the Cyberspace Administration of China announced that three popular social media platforms—Sina Weibo, WeChat, and Baidu Tieba—have all been placed under investigation for alleged violations of the country’s new cybersecurity law, saying that all three have hosted illegal content je...

Interview: Jeremy Brown on Learning Lessons and Maintaining Stability After Accidents and Disasters

Late on Tuesday, a 6.5 magnitude earthquake hit Sichuan’s Jiuzhaigou County, killing at least 19 people and forcing the evacuation of some 60,000. A leaked directive ordered domestic media to follow state news agency Xinhua’s lead in reporting on the disaster—the agency has hailed the ...