China and Australia are allowing more flights with each other, and paving the way for new routes, in a new air services pact.
Japan PM Shinzo Abe called for the immediate release of a Japanese journalist held by Islamic State.
For China's wealthy elite, there are few better places in the world to spend their new money than at the Vancouver Boat Show.
Greek voters started casting their ballots Sunday in a snap general election.
China's anti-graft body said that ministers and provincial governors shall have offices not...
The appreciation of the yuan against the euro is expected to widen Europe's popularity as t...
China has recorded its first drop in coal production in 14 years, as it pulls back on its u...
A year ago President Xi Jinping expressed his strategic vision of a new model of connectivity among peoples known as the “One B...
The government has been taking proactive measures to promote science and technology. One of these is setting up an Innovation a...
At long last, the performance assessment mechanisms for law enforcement agencies are to be adjusted.
China released the summary of its overall economic performance in 2014 on Tuesday, which showed a 7.4 percent GDP growth, the lowest si...
The next 18 months to two years will be a watershed period in relations between the European Union and China.
China's anti-graft body said that ministers and provincial governors shall have offices not bigger than 54 square meters.
Beijing will keep a tight rein on population growth this year as the city makes comprehensive efforts to solve urban problems.
One people was killed and seven other injured in a knife attack in central China's Hubei province on Saturday, local police said.
Over 40 million civil servants and employees of government-sponsored institutions will be given, on average, a monthly salary increase of ...
An 80-plus Chinese delegation comprising high-ranking government officials, business elites and academicians drew attentions at the Davos forum.
With Li Na in retirement and not defending her title at the Australian Open, there are far fewer Chinese flags and fans with red-and-yellow-streaked faces in the stands at Melbourne Park.
There are many ways to express love, but Ding Yizhou chose one that few would adopt: following a heart-shaped itinerary around China.
Over 700,000 people in Hong Kong are suffering from "excessive working hours".
The new index will comprise 273 stocks listed in Hong Kong and tradable through the stock connect scheme.
Experts predict that both local high-end and small- to medium-sized apartments are in for further price hikes of up to 10 percent this year.
The renminbi is poised to further advance its status as a global reserve currency, as it is now a prime candidate for inclusion in the IMF reserve assets basket, with likely profound implications for renminbi internationalization.
Rueibin Chen has given piano recitals across the world — from Moscow to Los Angeles. But his heart still beats for people from Chinese culture to whom he would like to pass on his legacy.
The 600 subsidized university seats offered to non-local students since the 1990s were returned to HK natives recently. But the appeal of a ‘Western-style’ education and high global rankings of HK schools will continue to attract non-local students.
US President Barack Obama on Sunday arrived in India for a three-day visit of this country.
Shinzo Abe called for the immediate release of a Japanese journalist held by Islamic State after a video surfaced claiming that a fellow Japanese captive had been executed.
A US brewery says it will no longer use the name and likeness of Mohandas Gandhi on one of its beers following complaints that the marketing was offensive.
DPRK on Friday demanded the lifting of sanctions imposed by ROK to hold reunion of families separated by the 1950-53 Korean War, the official KCNA news agency reported.
The Chinese currency yuan, or renminbi, continues its ascent among international payment settlements, trade and currency investment, ratings agency Fitch said in their latest report.
For China's rapidly emerging wealthy elite, there are few better places in the world to spend their new money than at the Vancouver Boat Show.
Chinese state media report that the country has recorded its first drop in coal production since 2000, as it pulls back on its use of the fossil fuel and switches to cleaner energy sources.
When the pope comes to town, a big bill awaits the host country, but the mammoth crowds whipped up by the Roman Catholic Church leader also offer plenty of good business.
Friday's reports in Asia came a day after the European Central Bank launched a full-scale attack on the threat of deflation.
When President Barack Obama arrives in New Delhi on Sunday he will join the Indian capital's masses in breathing some of the world's filthiest air.
Second-seeded Maria Sharapova is through to the Australian Open quarterfinals after a 6-3, 6-0 win over China's Peng Shuai on Sunday, setting up another Grand Slam meeting with Eugenie Bouchard.
Eugenie Bouchard returned to the Australian Open quarterfinals with a win that was far from routine on Sunday.
Los Angeles Lakers star guard Kobe Bryant could miss the rest of the season if he decided to receive a surgery for a torn rotator cuff.
Maxim’s chairman has revamped the popular Hong Kong restaurant brand into a hugely successful collection of diverse dining outlets.
Overcoming the skeptics to build UAE's thriving Free Trade Zone was just a first step for intrepid leader who is now ready for a new challenge.
Malaysian enterpreneur survived numerous setbacks before finding success as a leading auto parts maker in Thailand.
We live in a world where loose ends cannot be tied up and individual strands of reality often contradict each other. Sometimes we try too hard that we bend the truth to fit our own imagination.
The Egyptian Museum in Cairo acknowledged on Saturday that one of its greatest treasures, the mask of King Tutankhamun, had been crudely glued back together after being damaged, but insisted the item could be restored to its former glory.
Singapore has fined a smoker S$19,800 ($15,000) for throwing cigarette butts out of his flat window, the highest ever such fine.
While experts point to car emissions for causing foul air, a Sichuan official has laid the blame on people making smoked bacon.
A black Labrador named Eclipse has been riding city buses without her owner to a local dog park, local transportation officials said on Tuesday.
Leaving his hometown at the age of 13，Rueibin Chen followed his heart to pursue his musical dream in Europe. He has won lots of awards as well as worldwide acclaim since the journey began decades ago. Although piano is an invention of the Western world, Chen has his ways to surmount cultural barriers. A pianist, what is crucial to him is spreading the stellar spirit of music.
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.
2014, the Year of the Horse in Chinese lunar calendar, has proved to be yet another successful year for Han Qin. Her application for a national scientific and technological cooperation project on research and development of Ru wares got approved.
Mainland outbound direct investment (ODI) is for the first time set to exceed inbound figures, underscoring a trend where the world’s second-biggest economy is poised to become a net outbound investment destination.
The importance of Qianhai Cooperation Zone lies not only in its pilot role of spearheading financial innovation, but also in its key role in correcting the misalignment of the country’s economic structure, said Edward Chen Kwan-yiu, president of the Qianhai Institute for Innovative Research.