China&India

Zhao Xiaoqing, 31, a bridge designer, at her office in Nanjing, China, March 17, 2017. She took her 5-year-old daughter to Germany for proton therapy treatment. Photo: The New York Times
Guo Shushi, a Chinese citizen who sought medical treatment in the United States for cancer, at an apartment where he has been staying during his treatment in Boston. Photo: The New York Times
China&India > China

2960556_China’s ill, and wealthy, look abroad for medical treatment
China’s ill, and wealthy, look abroad for medical treatment

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Alibaba bets on do-it-yourself globalisation

Alibaba bets on do-it-yourself globalisation

BEIJING — Alibaba is the company that likes to think it’s a country. Mr Jack Ma, the former English teacher who founded the group, works the stage like a seasoned diplomat. At...

Pet wearables catching on in China

Pet wearables catching on in China

HONG KONG — As pet ownership grows among China’s burgeoning middle class, electronic device makers, such as Hong Kong-listed Suga, and other start-ups are looking to cash in on...

Taiwan war games simulate invasion by China

Taiwan war games simulate invasion by China

TAIPEI — Taiwanese forces simulated an invasion by mainland China yesterday as part of live-fire military exercises against a backdrop of rising tensions with Beijing.