Suning Commerce Group Ltd said it had launched the policy, backed by China's second largest insurer Ping An Insurance Group
The deputy head of HK and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council, said the Central Government's basic policy will not ch...
The DPRK is expected to complete the expansion of a long-range rocket launch site on the country's west coast by autumn
Three decades of reform and opening-up have transformed the nation.
Prosecutors opened investigation into a former senior official with NDRC for bribery, said ...
DPRK said Friday that it will send a 273-member team, including 150 athletes, to the 2014 A...
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon ordered the state National Guard to begin withdrawing from Ferguson
26 opposition lawmakers signed a joint declaration vowing to veto any proposals for political reform which failed to...
After obtaining 1.5 million signatures over the past month, the Anti-“Occupy Central” petition ended on Aug 17 impressively — m...
Probes into both domestic and foreign-funded enterprises are push for a more regulated market order and maturer mechanisms
Deng, known as the architect of China's reform and opening-up, has left us many well-known sayings that can be boiled down to the emanc...
Speaking at two separate seminars on Hong Kong’s political reforms held in Shenzhen which were attended by Hong Kong’s delegates to...
A Chinese retailer is offering insurance to customers who buy infant milk powder, highlighting efforts to address concerns about food safety.
A Chinese court has acquitted a death-row inmate convicted of murder.
It's reported that Beijing police have obtained a list containing 120 celebrities suspected of drug abuse including the recently-detained ...
Three decades of reform and opening-up have transformed the nation.
Latest reform in household registration system aims to plug rural-urban gaps.
Initiative to attract private developers for uninhabited islands hits rough waters.
Four years on, residents of quake-hit Yushu are receiving support to recover from the disaster but more is needed.
The Nominating Committee which is empowered to nominate candidates for the 2017 Chief Executive Election must be formed by the four pillar sectors in equal shares, said Li Fei.
Next year's Standard Chartered Marathon will be held before the Chinese New Years for the first time in its 19 year run in what is expected to be the coolest conditions for runners yet.
China's central government is resolute and sincere in realizing universal suffrage in Hong Kong's chief executive election in 2017, a senior official of the Chinese mainland said on Friday.
China shares produced a sixth straight weekly gain - the longest such streak since March 2012.
A mainland TV show highlighting distinct differences in parental and school education between Hong Kong and mainland families has become an instant hit. Huang Ying in Beijing and Frannie Guan in Hong Kong report.
Though Hong Kong is frequently cited among the riskiest places to access the Internet, the city’s corporate sector still lags behind other major centers in identifying the critical importance of online security, says a local expert. Andrea Deng reports.
The DPRK is expected to complete the expansion of a long-range rocket launch site on the country's west coast by this fall
At least 191,369 people have been killed in Syria's conflict through April 2014, and probably still an under-estimate
Russia's foreign ministry said on Friday it had handed Japan's ambassador in Moscow a list of Japanese citizens barred from entering Russia.
The bodies and ashes of 20 Malaysians killed when Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over Ukraine in July have arrived in Kuala Lumpur
IBM Corp has never stopped providing new servers to Chinese banks despite reports that said Big Blue's products were ousted from the industry over security concerns, a top company executive said.
Household spending growth in South Korea slowed in the second quarter as the April ferry disaster discouraged consumption.
Asian stocks inched higher on Friday after a record day on Wall Street powered by upbeat data that adds to evidence the world's biggest economy is gaining strength.
Vietnam is catching up with more developed societies as broken marriages and divorces are now becoming common in the country.
Wildlife poachers, hindered by India's efforts to protect majestic endangered animals including tigers and rhinos, have begun to think smaller
Thirteen years ago, among the whirring looms of a garment factory in an eastern Pakistani city, a Muslim woman fell in love with a Christian co-worker.
Zheng Jie and Peng Shuai, who are among a group of outstanding Chinese women's tennis players nicknamed the "golden flowers", will clash in the first round of the US Open.
It was raining, and it was pouring for Michael Phelps' return to international competition. It was anything but boring.
Denard Span scored from second on third baseman Jordan Pacheco's throwing error in the ninth inning, and the Washington Nationals stretched their winning streak to 10 games with a 1-0 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Thursday.
Patriarch of Japanese conglomerate goes globetrotting in pursuit of regional friendship and cooperation.
Sein-Way Tan is a modest man with a global ambition — to make cities environmentally sustainable and economically vibrant.
If necessity is the mother of invention, it may well be true that the inventor is someone else’s mother.
Extending China’s maternity leave to three years would have negative impact on working women.
Tiffany Tan tells how an American guitar-strumming video game programmer reinvented his career in China.
A recent US study linking instant noodle consumption by South Koreans to some risks for heart disease has prompted a passionate response throughout Asia
At her job, Maria Torero cares for sick human beings. At home, she lavishes love on slowly dying cats 175 of them at last count.
A China Eastern Airlines Corp passenger plane that had started its night-time descent into a Wuhan airport was forced to abort its landing after air traffic controllers had dozed off, an investigation report found.
A newly launched caravan campsite on Lantau Island offers those who like camping an alternative choice.
The central government is concerned about whether the implementation of ‘One Country, Two Systems’ is in line with the original design, Lau Siu-kai told Joseph Li.
More than 1 million people have signed up to support universal suffrage and oppose “Occupy Central”. Ng Chau-pei, organizer of the campaign, told Joseph Li this was a victory for common sense.
Beijing's determination to innovate is helping to transform it into a major high-tech center.
The government and the logistics sector need a long-term strategy for land, infrastructure, and policy, as well as industry talents development to support the local industry’s bid to transform into high value-added services providers.
Glamour Sales China, the pan Asian authorized luxury private sales company...