The fund, led by Shanghai Gold Exchange, is expected to raise an estimated 100 billion yuan in three phases.
China, Brazil and Peru have agreed to study the feasibility of a transoceanic railroad linking Peru and Brazil.
During his visit to Kinmen, Chinese mainland's Taiwan affairs chief will also talk to people from all walks of life.
The US-based tech giant is eyeing more govt procurement deals in China after a joint venture with Tsinghua University.
Cross-border sales of mutual funds between the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong will start on...
China said actions by the United States in the South China Sea were "irresponsible and dang...
China is likely to take a 25-30% stake in the US$100 billion AIIB, and India is likely to b...
The Shanghai Composite Index soared 2.83% to close at 4,657.6 as investors pinned hopes on ...
The reforms will offer 5 million voters the opportunity to choose between different candidates, and also help nurture a culture...
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Come on, get off your high horse and get real, Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
The government consultation document contained substantial discussions on the use of renewable energy in the SAR.
Zhang Rongshun told people in Hong Kong to back the SAR government’s proposals on the Chief Executive election by universal suffrage.
Leaders of the two countries also signed 10 agreements on investment, transportation, hydropower development etc.
During his visit to Kinmen, the Chinese mainland's Taiwan affairs chief will also talk to people from all walks of life.
At least seven people were killed after a bus carrying more than 50 passengers collided with a road barrier in Xinning.
Rainstorms that have battered large parts of South China since May 4 have broken a 40-year rainfall record.
Signs that China's reforms may be paying off have sprung up in the eastern coastal city of Hangzhou.
By connecting Colombians with the world, Chinese telecom firms are doing a great job in faciliating the Colombian government's anti-poverty drive.
Pedigree steeds have been the backbone of China's "horse country" for thousands of years, and now the far-western area is planning to use its most famous asset to improve the lives of its nomadic residents.
Local lawmakers will be invited to meet with Beijing officials on the SAR’s constitutional reform next Sunday.
The opening for Liantang control point, which will connect Hong Kong and Shenzhen, may be delayed further.
Three quarters of members of the textile and garment industry support the government’s electoral reform plans, a poll shows.
International fund house managers and finance scholars are divided on whether the Hong Kong equity market is in the grip of an “A-sharization” trend, but united in warning of increased volatility.
The newly re-vamped Post 97 offers great choices to all.
Begun as a ritual worship to ward off the plague and pirates, the Cheung Chau Bun Festival today draws more tourists than it can contain. A preview of the big event on May 25.
The western Myanmar state of Rakhine said the boat was from Thailand and the plan was to send the migrants back.
Japan's first lady has visited the Yasukuni shrine honoring the country's war dead, including convicted war criminals.
Insurgents on Friday seized a hospital from Syrian government forces who had been besieged there since late April, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
Former Korean Air Lines executive Heather Cho walked free after nearly five months in prison.
The fund, led by Shanghai Gold Exchange, is expected to raise an estimated 100 billion yuan (US$16.1 billion) in three phases.
The US-based tech giant is confident of clinching more government procurement deals in China after a joint venture with Tsinghua University.
China is likely to take a 25-30% stake in the US$100 billion AIIB, and India is likely to be the second-largest shareholder.
For an increasing number of Indonesians, rice and noodles are no longer at the top of the menu. Bread is becoming a new food staple.
The ruins of Palmyra have become the latest archaeological site to fall into the hands of the militant group.
The crisis is among the 10-nation group's biggest tests since the Vietnam War.
After using team play to overcome their lack of a true superstar all season, the Hawks look outmatched against LeBron James and the Cavaliers.
'Unlike other sports that requires fierce competition and great physical strength, golf is very graceful and lady-like.'
Rafael Nadal has fallen to No. 7 in the ATP rankings since coming back from injuries, making him the sixth-seeded player at Roland Garros.
Festival director puts his mark on Tokyo film event with an injection of animation and more focus on domestic fare.
Tycoon behind top-selling snack brand inspires factory workers and presidents in his mission to improve Sino-Philippine relations.
Godfather of nation's high-tech industry reveals the matriarchal pressures that drove him to achieve success as an entrepreneur.
Jackie Chan has the new title of dean after launching his first school, the Jackie Chan Film and Television Academy, in Wuhan.
China on Friday kicked off a host of birthday celebrations for aging female panda Basi, who will turn 35 years old in November, the age-equivalent of a 100-year-old human.
A pair of melons grew in Yubari city of Hokkaido hit 1.5 million yen at auction - the 4th highest over the past 10 years.
A young black bear has been a backyard spectacle in a central Louisiana neighborhood in the US.
The government in Australia's Victoria state has accused Prime Minister Tony Abbott of "childish" tactics.
Kirsten's Zoo is a charity for dogs and cats run by a British citizen in Hong Kong, is organizing a regular cat adoption event on the third Sunday of every month to help cats and kittens look for new homes.
Nelson Chow, who wrote the latest retirement protection report, believes the introduction of a universal pension scheme will improve the government’s popularity, Joseph Li writes
It is too early to talk about standard working hour legislation, said chairman of the Standard Working Hours Committee Leong Che-hung.
John Malpas, president of HKU’s Centennial College, has introduced a couple of inter-disciplinary programs with a view to breaking fresh ground in management education.
Spotlight turns on issues including security and culture as ASEAN common market looms in pivotal year for group.
Forum hears how regional productions must set sights on success in neighboring markets before eyeing Hollywood.