The Communist Party of China started a key annual meet centering on "rule of law" for the first time in the Party's history.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is in Indonesia to drum up Asian support for the fights against Islamic State.
Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Yuko Obuchi resigned on Monday after a scandal involving poll funds erupted.
US President Barack Obama marched on the campaign trail for the first time this year.
An opinion poll showed 68% of Hong Kong people now oppose illegal assemblies.
The SAR government is planning to hold the first round of dialog with student protesters on...
26 people were arrested and 15 police officers injured after a night of clashes between pol...
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It’s been almost 20 days since the “Occupy Central” campaign started.
Asia matters - for Europe. And Europe matters - for Asia. That is why the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) was created in 1996.
Every political system grows out of a historical process, except in rare cases when change is imposed from the top, which happened in J...
As assorted "Occupy Central" activities continue in Hong Kong, the question has once again arisen: How many of the resources that could...
The Communist Party of China kicked off a key annual meeting which centered on "rule of law" for the first time in the Party's history.
Australian and Chinese police have joined forces to seize the assets of corrupt Chinese officials who are living in Australia.
The fourth plenum of the 18th CPC Central Committee is set to open on Monday to discuss the rule of law, aiming to speed up the constructi...
At 7 am, Shanghai-based lawyer Zhang Jie opened his computer at home, logged on to the Judicial Opinions of China website, and read a cour...
Many women abused in military brothels by the Japanese army during World War II are now neglected by society and living in desperate conditions.
The search for new, world-class basketball players is being hampered by a failure to identify young talent.
A special force is celebrating its achievements in the tough environment of Xinjiang, where it has built farms and homes, and maintained stability.
Chinese agricultural exporters are beginning to address the problems related to entering their home market.
Chief Executive (CE) Leung Chun-ying said that there are “external forces” from different parts of the world orchestrating the “Occupy Central” campaign.
An opinion poll showed 68 percent of HK people now oppose the illegal assemblies that halt traffic on thoroughfares.
Initiators of the “Occupy Central” campaign and those manipulating them, in spite of their purported pursuit of democracy in elections, are ultimately seeking a separatist agenda, according to a commentary published in the People’s Daily.
26 people were arrested and at least 15 police officers injured after a night of clashes between police and protesters in Mong Kok.
Writer-photographer duo Nicole Chabot and Michael Perini turn their gaze on a myriad range of people who work outdoors to earn their keep in Street Life Hong Kong.
Entrepreneurs who have made a mark for themselves over the years are setting the path for their children to hold up the family banner and take it forward.
Indonesia's Joko Widodo took over as president of the world's third-largest democracy with supporters' hopes high.
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe accepted Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Yuko Obuchi's resignation tendered after a funds scandal erupted.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is in Indonesia for a visit aimed at building Asian support for the fights against Islamic State.
Support rate for Abe's cabinet declined by 6.8 percent to 48.1 percent from the previous poll conducted in early September.
With China's growing status in the global economy and closer cooperation with countries in Southeast Asia, the number of people learning Chinese in the region is now on the rise.
The Chinese government is trying to convince Zhou Guangxiu that the corn in the congee she wants to feed her son is safe. That may not be easy.
Asian stocks started the week on a brighter note on Monday, after solid US data and earnings calmed tumult in global financial markets.
The killing of Jennifer Laude, a 26-year-old transgender Filipino whose former name was Jeffrey, has sparked public anger in the Philippines and revived a debate over the US military presence.
In a famous scene from Thailand's award-winning soap opera The Power of Shadows, the protagonist gets drunk and rapes the leading lady.
The annual application for China's civil service examination started on Wednesday with at least 22,200 government spots to fill.
Andy Murray continued his recent resurgence by winning his second title in three weeks at the Erste Bank Open on Sunday and boosting his chances of making the cut for the ATP finals.
Paderborn came from behind to stun Frankfurt 3-1 while Hoffenheim shared the spoils with Hamburg following a 1-1 to close the eighth round of Bundesliga on Sunday.
Barcelona coach Luis Enrique says his side's Clasico showdown with Real Madrid next weekend is too early to play a decisive role in the La Liga title race.
Girija Pande believes the capacity of China and India to work together will be key to future of Asia’s economic growth.
Malaysian software entrepreneur guided a start-up from early days of information technology to become an industry leader
From forestry to apparel, Indonesian tycoon proves that women can succeed in a male-dominated environment.
Brad Pitt's gritty World War Two drama "Fury" conquered all box office foes over the weekend, ringing up $23.5 million in ticket sales at theaters in the United States and Canada.
The 24-year-old contestant Bella Ma from the Brock University of Canada was crowned the 2014 Miss Asia Pageanton North America Final at here on Saturday.
An Australian man had a spider removed from his stomach after it burrowed its way into his body and survived for three days.
A topless activist was convicted for exhibitionism by a Paris court for having attacked a statue of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Pizza Hut Singapore has launched an investigation and apologized to a customer described as a "Pink Fat Lady" in a handwritten note on her receipt after she ordered pizza.
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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.
Founded in 2000, Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) has become the largest multi-disciplinary university in Macao and is ranked as the youngest top 100 Universities in the cross-strait region released by the Shanghai Jiaotong University Research Center.
Private investors struggle to take on bigger role in nation's projects as public sector continues to dominate
As economies in South and East Asia rely on domestic consumers for a greater proportion of their GDP, they are increasingly aware of the importance of strong infrastructure.