Alibaba has established a special force of 300 staff to fight counterfeit goods, its shopping site Taobao said.
The 2015 Index of Economic Freedom Report revealed that HK has been ranked the world's freest economy for 21 consecutive ye...
Transportation giant COSCO Group won a 35-year concession to expand two main container terminals at the Piraeus port in 2008.
Apple CEO Cook and Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri say they're optimistic about other products in Apple's portfolio.
The flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing carrying 239 passengers and crew went missing on Ma...
The yuan reached a record high share of 2.17 percent in global payments by value.
The Apple Inc supplier, that employs about 1.3m people, faces declining revenue growth and ...
The Pentagon's base budget is currently US$496 billion.
The most famous Indian in Hong Kong, Hari Harilela, recently passed away at 92.
For many decades I have helped organizations resolve conflict, generally through a process of deep dialogue.
India may be pushed back against China once again.
Instead of giving a specific GDP target for Shanghai this year, the mayor said in his report to the city's People's Congress on Sunday ...
At long last, the performance assessment mechanisms for law enforcement agencies are to be adjusted.
A man who was acquitted after spending five years in prison in Hunan will receive compensation from the state.
Zhang Zhijun, head of the State Council's Taiwan Affairs Office, will meet Taiwan's mainland affairs chief, Wang Yu-chi.
A Chinese court says a man has admitted deliberately starting a bus fire that injured 33 people including himself other people and says it...
A probe into suspected corruption by Wei Pengyuan, former vice director of the National Energy Administration's coal department, has concl...
Pole dancing is growing in popularity in China, where it's regarded as a good form of exercise with an image far removed from the sleazy activity associated with seedy nightclubs in the West.
It's 15 years since China first participated in UN peacekeeping missions, but despite the late start, the country is now a leading light.
Changes to the rules governing family planning prompted hundreds of thousands of couples to register to have a second child, but a former reliance on cesarean deliveries is causing misery for many, as Yang Wanli reports.
Asia Television's licence may be suspended for a month if it fails to pay its licence fee by March 18.
The 2015 Index of Economic Freedom Report revealed that Hong Kong has been ranked the world's freest economy for 21 consecutive years.
The Hang Seng Index rose 0.2 percent, to 24,861.81, while the China Enterprises Index lost 0.6 percent, to 11,963.64 points.
Hong Kong Tramways revenue fell by a third during weeks of illegal protests which cleaved the city's oldest mass transit network in two.
With the CE deciding to suspend a 12-year-old program that allowed millionaires from the mainland to run tax-free operations in HK, perhaps it’s time to review what went wrong.
Those who toil behind the theatrical props and the tools they use to create magic on stage, are getting their chance to take a bow, during an exhibition at the HK Arts Centre this week.
More than 73,000 runners, swept up in the annual bout of marathon fever, took part in the city’s largest participatory sporting event on Sunday.
Jordan is willing to swap an Iraqi woman prisoner involved in deadly 2005 hotel bombings for a Jordanian pilot captured in December by extremists from the Islamic State group.
Thailand warned US against meddling in its political affairs on Wednesday, saying many Thais had been hurt by the remarks of a visiting US envoy.
Nils Horner, 51, who worked for Swedish Radio and held dual British-Swedish nationality, was shot dead in Kabul last March.
Pakistan has expressed serious concerns about the finalization of a nuclear deal between the United States and India.
Alibaba has established a special force of 300 staff to fight counterfeit goods, the e-commerce behemoth's shopping site Taobao said on Wednesday.
A Moody's research note said that the China's property sales will decline by between 0% and 5% in 2015, compared to a 7.8% decline in 2014.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore will continue with the policy of a modest and gradual appreciation of the Singapore Dollar Nominal Effective Exchange Rate policy band.
Nguyen Nam owns an engineering services firm in Ho Chi Minh City that pays no taxes nor any salaries. The flip side is it earns no revenue either.
More than 420 people took part in the 34th Osaka International Women's Marathon on Jan. 25, and about 6,000 people ran the Osaka Half Marathon on the same day.
Life for female journalists in Afghanistan has never been easy but not for Farahnaz, a 22-year- old news presenter of ATN News, in the Afghan capital Kabul.
Novak Djokovic reached his 25th Grand Slam semifinal by beating No. 8 Milos Raonic at the Australian Open on Wednesday.
Fluminense's Argentine midfielder Conca said money was not the main factor in his decision to return to the Chinese league.
Defending champion Stan Wawrinka advanced to the semifinals of the Australian Open with a 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (6) win over US Open runner-up Kei Nishikori on Wednesday.
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.
An international team of astronomers announced Tuesday that a newly discovered solar system, which is the oldest star with close-to-Earth-size planets was found.
Pop star Taylor Swift said her Twitter and Instagram accounts were hacked on Tuesday, but the rogue posts were quickly removed from the social media services.
Feeling the sting of rejection? The San Francisco Zoo is offering the chance to "adopt" a hissing cockroach or giant scorpion in honor of that special ex-someone for Valentine's Day.
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.
The Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon 2015 held on Jan 25 attracted more than 70,000 participants from all over the world. Other than mainstream runners, there was a dedicated contingent that rose to the wheelchair challenge. chinadailyasia.com finds out from a few how they did it.
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.