China's non-financial investment in the EU hit US$4.21 billion in the 1st five months of the year, up 367% year on year.
Xi said China's 1.3 billion people should be better mobilized by mass organizations to achieve China's full potential.
The belief that Hong Kong will fall behind increasingly successful neighboring cities has been expressed a lot recently.
China says it opposes any moves by the Philippines to push forward arbitral proceedings.
10 people were also taken to hospital on the first day of Pamplona's San Fermin festival.
The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index was down 1.29% to finish at 3,727.13 points.
A previous estimate released by the University of Hong Kong put HK's Q2 growth forecast at ...
Feng Chi-shun says he is not ashamed of his origins, and HK people should never underestimate the mainland’s rising potential.
At present, many Hong Kong residents are wondering: Where should “One Country, Two Systems” go from here?
The crisis has lasted over five years and could last another five or even longer.
The ultimate victory was won by all Chinese people, and should be jointly commemorated on both sides of the Straits after seven decades.
Japan is Chinese travelers' most popular destination, with 2.05 million Chinese nationals granted visas in 2014.
As an international financial hub and a friendly place to foreigners, there are currently about 5,000 Jewish people living in Hong Kong. Built in 1901, the Ohel Leah Synagogue has become a central part of Hong Kong’s Jewish community, serving as a place not only to pray but also for gathering, meetings, learning...
Celebrating the 18th anniversary of Hong Kong's return to China, people from all over the SAR gathered at events around the territory on Wednesday. From the flag-raising ceremony at Golden Bauhinia Square to the PLA barracks, this video gives just a brief glimpse into the colors and sounds of the festivities.
Xi visits site of clash that sparked War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression.
President Xi said China's 1.3 billion people should be better mobilized by mass organizations to achieve China's full poten...
42 people, including 22 government officials, in connection with cheating in the recent national college entrance examination or gaokao ha...
In a recent report, nearly 80 percent of respondents said they are planning to travel by rail. The majority are students, parents and teac...
Radical new moves to reverse decades of environmental degradation are paying dividends in one of China's highest nature reserves.
Elderly people across the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region are invited to share their personal stories and visions for the future.
A once-vacant city block at the northern edge of Yale University now teems with exotic herbs and vegetables.
The official think tank rated Hong Kong as the second-best city in the nation.
Ma will become the next chairman of the board of directors at the MTR Corporation (MTRC) with effect from Jan 1, 2016.
The new regulatory framework would require waste cooking oils to be collected by licensed recyclers.
Some opposition members threaten to use aggressive tactics over ITB.
Popular fiction has glamorized ‘the life of crime’, but life has not been kind for many, who have grown old, been in and out of prison, trying to find forgiveness from an unforgiving society.
On July 10 the HK Jockey Club will announce the city’s Most Popular Jockey of the Year.
Many of the Vietnamese boat people who have come to Hong Kong since 1975 are yet to find a decent roof above their heads.
British tourists David Miller, 24, and Hannah Witheridge, 23, were murdered last year on Koh Tao.
Iran and major powers will continue negotiations on an historic nuclear deal past Tuesday's deadline for a long-term agreement.
The United Nations' human rights office says the number of civilians killed in three months of violence in Yemen has risen above 1,500.
A special taskforce investigating the investment fund 1MDB for alleged impropriety has also seized documents related to 17 accounts.
As airlines grow and new airports are built in Asia, safety is becoming a major issue for international regulators.
Asia’s budget airlines have become part of the region’s aviation fabric, offering cheap and no-frills air travel to meet the growing needs of the expanding middle class.
The People's Bank of China pledged steps to steady the stock market as the benchmark Shanghai index sank 6.97% to open at 3,467.4.
Asian shares fell as investors fretted over Greece's debt crisis and a recent plunge in Chinese stocks, while the euro steadied.
The dating app market has exploded in recent years, with more than a dozen companies operating in India.
Long confined to the sidelines, the so-called BDS campaign appears to be gaining momentum.
Cambodia is in the grip of a boom in orphanages, many of them unlicensed, with no safety checks.
It's the first major piece of Jenner memorabilia to go to auction since Olympic Decathlon Gold Medal became Caitlyn Jenner.
Family of 14-year-old swimmer Nguyen Diep Phuong Tram has insisted on moving to the United States.
You may not be aware of it, but chances are you have worn one of TAL Group’s shirts at some point.
Intellectual property chief relishes the daunting challenge of spearheading global efforts to protect intangible assets.
Providing a crucial service analyzing vast reams of data has taken Malaysian entrepreneur from ambitious startup to successful IPO.
Novelist Zhou Daxin's latest offering is about an imaginary Chinese official whose death triggers both tears and joy.
Wild Fire Music's tour showcases singer-songwriters inspired by the indigenous folk music of Taiwan.
A man allegedly broke into a Berlin restaurant and quaffed half a bottle of Tabasco sauce — telling police he was thirsty.
A Chinese man recently discovered that the two "pet dogs" he'd been raising for the last two years are actually Asian black bears.
A Chinese university has launched a website that profiles its graduates and asks employers to bid to employ them.
New model of energy cooperation could unleash Asia’s full growth potential.
Executive Councilor Cheng Yiu-tong predicted that moderate voters would punish them for this in coming elections.
Jasper Tsang Yok-sing, president of the Legislative Council, is among a group of distinguished Hong Kong political, business and community leaders rewarded in the government’s latest honors.
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.