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post 25 March 2013
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog What a simple handbag may tell us about China's confidence

What's in a handbag? If that bag is carried by China's first lady, perhaps a symbol of the stylish confidence the country is now exuding.

post 20 March 2013
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Pollution masks the sky - and the economy - in China

Pollution is now the number one topic of conversation in Beijing, as the Chinese begin to question why polluting industries are receiving so much financial help from the state.

post 18 March 2013
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Future beckons for young Chinese women

The future for Chinese girls is looking increasingly positive with a dramatic culture shift.

post 07 January 2013
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog The Chinese media and the fight against censorship

As the Chinese authorities fight their own self-styled war on corruption, the nation's media is in the midst of its own battle.. with government censorship.

post 15 November 2012
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog China's leaders parade before the media

China's new Communist Party leader sets a new tone as he meets the press, but will China's leadership ever come out from behind closed doors?

article 15 November 2012 World, China
The key issues facing China's new leaders (G)
What are the key issues facing China's new leader?

China's new ruler Xi Jinping and his standing committee will preside over 1.3 billion people and the second largest economy in the world. What will be the main issues to define their leadership?

article 14 November 2012 World, China
18th National Congress of Communisty Party in China (Reuters)
China: Lindsey Hilsum answers your Twitter questions

As China appoints its new leadership team, Channel 4 News's international editor took to Twitter to answer your questions on the secretive superpower.

post 13 November 2012
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Profiting from China's property boom

Land prices have tripled in China over the past decade and a half but the scramble to buy it is fuelling corruption and people are being exploited.

post 12 November 2012
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Tears and breathless emotion at the Chinese congress

Such is the excitement surrounding China's 18th Communist Party congress in Beijing, some delegates have been reduced to uncontrollable sobbing.