The two principal organisers of the unlawful “Occupy Central” protests, Joshua Wong and Lester Shum, were produced in court.
HK businessmen are confident about the city's unique advantages that will reinforce its role in Chinese economic development.
China's top economic planner singled out seven areas for public-private partnerships to fuel the country's economic growth.
An experimental Ebola vaccine appears safe and triggered signs of immune protection.
Up to 80% of respondents said they were not interested in buying homes.
A coal mine fire killed 26 and injured 52 in Liaoning Province early Wednesday.
Amazon plans to bring this year's "Black Friday" shopping spree to China, a move seen as es...
It is known to all that Hong Kong has serious housing problems, with many growing vocal in complaining how difficult it is to b...
Theme 2 of the Liberal Studies curriculum in Hong Kong is the “rule of law and socio-political participation”.
Two years ago the Liberal Democratic Party, in opposition, won a landslide victory in the general election, putting Shinzo Abe in offic...
If they really want relations with China to substantially improve, earnestness to build political trust is needed from the Japanese gov...
In the age of globalization, the interests of countries have never been so closely interconnected. More and more Asians have come to re...
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs urged countries where Chinese fugitives are hiding to discard prejudice and work more closely with China.
China has become the largest market for illegal wildlife trading with a huge number of related animal products being sold o...
An executive meeting of the State Council, presided over by Premier Li Keqiang, approved the draft amendment to the Air Pollution Preventi...
Four railway lines worth US$10.79 billion will be laid as the government steps up infrastructure investment to boost growth.
As vehicle numbers soar, traffic jams are becoming a fact of life on China's overcrowded urban highways.
A proposed amendment to China's criminal law could see the abolition of capital punishment for a number of non-violent offenses, including illegal money lending, as Cao Yin reports.
The central government is cracking down on wasteful construction projects and ostentatious office complexes approved by a number of local authorities.
The two principal organisers of the unlawful “Occupy Central” protests Joshua Wong and Lester Shum were produced in court.
Local Hong Kong businesses — suffering losses due to illegal occupations — were clearly relieved on Wednesday after police finally removed protesters who illegally camped at Mong Kok’s main intersection.
Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen Kwok-keung said police are fully empowered to enforce the law when clearing protesters from city streets.
Young people in Hong Kong need a better understanding of the Basic Law and the meaning of “One Country”, Hong Kong Medical Association (HKMA) President Shih Tai-cho said.
As HK filmmakers ditch the trademark kungfu and gangster genres in favor of social realism, industry insiders wonder if big budgets and bigger audiences from the mainland may be such an unmixed blessing.
Intelligent homes and wearable devices have brought about a sea change in the way we live in the last few years. The sports industry is a relatively new entrant in the arena. Shenzhen Earth Electronics Co. Ltd in Guangdong is one of the first to develop intelligent sports devices.
Mainland private equity investment market entered a high growth period over the last few years. Some of the companies with PE capital injection are becoming eligible for a market listing.
British lawmakers urged the EU to remove preferential trade tariffs from Sri Lanka if it fails to address human rights concerns.
Foreign ministers from up to 60 countries will hold their first meeting next week in Brussels, US officials said.
A trial has begun for a Japanese journalist charged with defaming South Korea's president by reporting rumors that she was absent for seven hours during a ferry disaster in April because she was with a man.
The younger sister of the Democratic People's Reoublic of Korea leader Kim Jong-un has assumed a senior position in the ruling Workers' Party, state media reported on Thursday.
Profits rose 0.4 percent in September, decreased 0.6 percent in August and gained 13.5 percent in July year on year.
RMB was used for 11.2 pct of total payments value between China and the rest of the world last month.
Asian shares were mostly higher on hopes for more stimulus in China. Hong Kong's market was steady.
Japan is considering creating a government-backed financing arm for weapons exports.
Bangladesh's traditional country boats are on the brink of extinction as after about four decades since independence.
A government investigation into sexual misconduct reported Wednesday that more than 1,100 alleged perpetrators remained in the ranks or reserves.
Ludogorets scored a late equalizer to hold Liverpool to a 2-2 draw on Wednesday that ended the home side's hopes of reaching the knockout stages of the Champions League.
Yaya Sanogo ended his 15-month wait to score for Arsenal on Wednesday by helping the London club beat Borussia Dortmund 2-0 and qualify for the Champions League knockout phase for the 15th successive season.
Stephen Curry scored 40 points to help and the Golden State Warriors beat the Miami Heat 114-97 on Tuesday night for their sixth consecutive victory.
Nobel Peace Prize winner says his award shows that the world recognizes need to end child labor and deliver education for all.
One of Kazahkstan’s first generation of post-Soviet entrepreneurs is now dedicated to helping fellow businesswomen aim high.
Sydney-based scientist conducting pioneering research in China sees it as a way of repaying his country of birth.
Chinese surveillance thriller "Overheard" is getting an English-language remake.
Trade analysts say a hot film and TV market means top stars get paid too much, so shows have less to spend on improving production quality, Han Bingbin reports.
A man is facing a felony menacing charge after two western Colorado sheriff's deputies say he pointed a banana at them and they thought it was a gun.
The video called "I Hate Thailand" drew more than 1 million views within days of being posted last week.
Popular web videos showing that "cats rule and dogs drool" have new scientific evidence to support that felinophilic sentiment, at least when it comes to drinking.
Determined to give Hong Kong a taste of the culinary delights of hometown Xi’an and to quell the appetite of Shaanxi residents craving authentic Xi’an food, a pair of university graduates started their own outlet.
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.
Autumn is always colorful and beautiful. The Octobor round of China Daily College Photo Contest themed “The Great Autumn” has concluded.
China’s “One Belt, One Road” initiative aims to bring economies from central Europe to Africa closer and create an once-in-a-decade opportunity for the logistics sector as well as traders in Hong Kong and the rest of Asia.
On the heels of Alibaba’s record $9.3-billion sales on “Singles Day” (Nov 11), reflecting the mega growth of e-commerce in China and the Asia-Pacific, air-cargo industry executives are candid about the need to embrace a new business model and ramp up service levels.