The July-September data marked the slowest quarterly growth since the first quarter of 2009 but was still within range.
Beijing has praised the "strong" determination that both China and India showed in handling border problems.
China should do more in the fight against HIV/AIDS despite the disease affecting only 0.06 percent of its population.
Fashion designer Oscar de la Renta has died at the age of 82.
Liu Shiyu has been named Party secretary of Agricultural Bank of China Ltd.
US Ebola czar Ron Klain faces a hefty to-do list when he begins his new role.
The Russian government "did not sponsor" a cyber attack on JPMorgan Chase & Co in August.
In an article entitled, “Why is the US so keen on ‘color revolutions’?”, People’s Daily reveals what some believe has become ob...
I have grown increasingly disappointed with the “Occupy Central” protesters.
Kanji - the characters derived from Chinese and adapted into written Japanese - are so visible in Japan that visitors from China may ha...
The 21st Finance Ministers' Meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, or APEC, will be held in Beijing on Tuesday.
China's economic reform process will benefit from solid growth in the Asian region.
China should do more in the fight against HIV/AIDS despite the disease affecting only 0.06 percent of its population, first lady Peng Liyuan said on Monday.
Hebei province will halt a series of polluting projects and take other measures to improve air quality during the upcoming ...
Like many Chinese youngsters, Jiang Li follows National Basketball Association games closely on TV.
Has China found its own Gangnam Style?
A ban on performances by circus animals at China's State-owned zoos has won praise from activists, but could spell ruin for a traditional industry.
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.
The High Court on Monday ordered protesters to clear the roads at the illegal assembly in Mong Kok — amid police’s fear that the situation there could degenerate into rioting.
Almost 400 district councilors and five leading chambers of Hong Kong appealed for an immediate end to the “Occupy Central” campaign amid concerns about the social and economic impact of the protests.
Hong Kong’s labor market has remained tight as reflected in the latest government data which showed that third quarter (July to September) unemployment rate has stayed at 3.3 percent, unchanged from the previous quarter.
Many political observers hope student “occupiers” will abandon their protests and be realistic in their upcoming talks with the government.
Studies show much of Hong Kong’s reclaimed land is at risk of being claimed back by the sea around the beginning of the next century.
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.
German tourist Tobias Pantel is determined to leave soon on a five-day hike in the Annapurna region, the very place where dozens were killed by a freak blizzard and avalanches in Nepal's most deadly trekking disaster.
Indonesia's Joko Widodo took over as president of the world's third-largest democracy with supporters' hopes high.
Gough Whitlam established diplomatic relations with China and became the first Australian prime minister to visit the country, which is now Australia's largest trading partner.
Australia's Parliament House lifted a short-lived ban on facial coverings including burqas and niqabs after the PM intervened.
The GDP growth in July-September marked the slowest quarterly growth since the first quarter of 2009, but still within the set range.
China's mergers & aquisition (M&A) watchdog is approving domestic and foreign deals faster, cutting legal costs for companies.
Asian stocks balked at the starting gate on Tuesday, as investors awaited Chinese economic growth figures due later in the session.
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.
Rafael Nadal marked his return to the Swiss Indoors after a 10-year absence with a 6-2, 6-2 win over Italian qualifier Simone Bolelli in the first round on Monday.
Manchester United came from behind twice to earn a 2-2 draw with West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League on Monday, with Daley Blind scoring the second equalizer with three minutes remaining.
A new venue, an injury-hit preparation and insults from a top sports official - none of it could stop Serena Williams' winning streak at the WTA Finals.
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.
Chinese pianist Lang Lang, who is also United Nations Messenger of Peace, will perform in a concert at the UN Headquarters Friday in celebration of UN Day.
The birth date of the second child of Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton has been announced. Royal baby number two is due to be born in April.
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.
Summer is always full of passion and joy. The August round of China Daily College Photo Contest, “Summer Time”, has concluded. Among works submitted by university students from all around China, Ice Makers, by Huang Erdong of Liaoning University, won the first prize. Two second and five third prizes were also awarded.
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.