Reward offered as soldier goes missing
An army unit in Yunnan is offering 100,000 yuan for information regarding a soldier who has been AWOL for nearly two weeks.
One woman's quest to bring down big tobacco
Professor Virginia Li is spearheading a movement to replace tobacco plantations in Yunnan with more valuable cash crops. Her goal is to deprive cigarette companies of their key ingredient. (requires proxy)
How the Chinese think about terrorism
Results of an incredibly interesting survey of 3,000 Mainland Chinese conducted following the March 1 attack at the Kunming Train Station.
Millionaire's corruption case could involve high-ranking officials
Liu Han, a Sichuanese mining magnate reportedly worth $850 million, is embroiled in a scandal involving murder, organized crime and gun-running, perhaps with links to Yunnan bureaucrats.
Extensive report chronicles ground pollution
An eight-year government survey finds that nearly 20 percent of all Chinese farmland is at least mildly polluted with cadmium, nickel and arsenic.
Intro to a Yunnan native you may not know
The pygmy slow loris (Nycticebus pygmaeus) is a nocturnal primate living in southern Yunnan that tops out in weight at a whopping 850 grams.