Funds flowed out as investors grew especially sensitive toward the wild swing of the market and tended to lock in profits.
Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin said the disputed South China Sea should not be discussed at a regional conclave.
Hong Kong’s food safety watchdog, the Centre of Health Protection, has banned the sale of all Horng Ryen Jen sandwiches.
Tokyo is seeking an explanation from Washington over alleged US spying on the Japanese government and companies.
The final Caixin/Markit China Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index was 47.8 in July.
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea "has repositioned self-propelled howitzers".
Negotiators from 193 UN member states agreed on a roadmap for sustainable development.
HK's Queen Mary Hospital has pioneered a new technique in dual-donor liver transplantation.
Lau Nai-keung firmly rejects some of the latest arguments which the ‘localist’ movement and others are making in regard to the ...
Almost every country or region in the world today is facing the increasingly severe problem of a growing aging population. HK i...
Academia should not seek out power and power should keep away from academia.
After the 12-year-long talks, a landmark agreement was reached between Iran and the P5+1 (the five permanent UN Security Council member...
I had heard about discrimination against South Asians, but it never really got my attention until I went into an Indian restaurant and ...
Three months after a devastating earthquake struck Nepal,Sylvia Chang travelled to Kathmandu.
A group of 260 HK students learned a lesson on citizens’ rights and duties at a summer camp.
Three months since Nepal was rocked by a devastating earthquake, thousands of Nepalis still have no home and a means to make a living.
Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin said the disputed South China Sea should not be discussed at an ASEAN conclave.
Negotiators from 193 UN member states agreed on the draft blueprint for sustainable development that will last through 2030.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will visit Malaysia to attend the ASEAN foreign ministers' meeting from August 4 to 7.
The mosquitoes produced at a science park "factory" in Guangdong province can make their female mating partners infertile.
A memorial hall in Jiangsu province is hosting an exhibition to remember the bravery and skill of pilots from China, the US and other countries who risked their lives to take part in the most dangerous airlift of World War II.
A dispute in the self-proclaimed birthplace of Chinese rock climbing has resulted in devotees being banned from one of the region's most famous, and important, sites.
Credit rating policy has allowed farmers to expand their operations and increase annual incomes .
DSC, a major furniture and home appliances retail chain, closed its doors on Monday after numerous landlords filed eviction notices with the courts.
Amid disappointing sales, with businesses struggling to keep themselves afloat, local retailers and analysts remain bearish on the outlook for the city’s retail sector in the second half of the year.
Stock markets on either side of the border may be making investors sweat, but the picture is still looking good for leading film stocks as the mainland movie sector touches new highs, analysts said.
Choreographer Willy Tsao’s experimental take on the classic novel "Dream of the Red Chamber" is the opening film at a dance video festival that kicks off tomorrow.
The handcrafted bamboo steamers used to make dim sum might soon disappear from HK. Frannie Guan met Lam Ying-hung, one of the last practitioners of the dying art.
Both the SAR government and private agencies are trying to get the city’s youth to appreciate the magic of the Cantonese Opera, which, after all, is part of their cultural inheritance.
Most Gulf Arab states are worried that the Iran nuclear deal will embolden Tehran to support paramilitary allies in the region.
A video footage captures a Canadian pastor confessing before a Pyongyang church congregation that he had committed crimes against the DPRK.
Tokyo is seeking an explanation from Washington over alleged US spying on the Japanese government and companies, local media reported.
At least 25 people were killed and tens of others wounded when a Syrian warplane crashed into a popular marketplace.
Chinese temple on the site of Lord Buddha’s birthplace is helping Nepali earthquake victims rebuild their lives.
A Kathmandu camp embodies the spirit of voluntarism and tenacity of Nepalese as they rebuild their lives three months after devastating earthquakes hit the country.
The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index shrank 1.1 percent to close at 3,622.91 points.
The Shanghai and Shenzhen markets fell again on Monday, undermined by fresh concerns over the health of China's economy.
Asian stocks fell Monday on weaker Chinese manufacturing and lower oil prices.
The improving Philippine economy, one of the fastest in Southeast Asia, is giving ordinary Filipinos stronger incentive to save.
Government of Vietnam is hoping that lessons learnt from the last burst bubble will help prevent the latest property cycle crashing like the last one.
As climate change makes nature's sources less reliable, Singapore is focusing on its reclaimed and desalinated water taps.
The IOC members election commission is working on a new procedure for the recruitment of IOC members based on the Olympic Agenda 2020 recommendations.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's first-half goal gave Arsenal a 1-0 victory over Chelsea in the Community Shield.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter's term as an International Olympic Committee member ended Monday when he did not seek re-election.
Nepal investment chief drums up interest in big infrastructure projects — with skilled Chinese companies top of his wish list.
Chief of Sino-Singapore project draws on experiences from his multifaceted career to build a smart city of the future in Guangzhou.
John Brumby wrote one of the first templates to promote Sino-Australian trade ties and continues to push the agenda.
A New York-based Chinese artist returns to this part of the world with a gunpowder show.
A former 18.6-kilogram cat dubbed Skinny has lost more than half of his weight to become the darling of a Dallas veterinary clinic.
Newspaper says ability to follow movements poses security breach.
A Pennsylvania couple has come up with a solution to soaring US egg prices: Rental chickens.
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.
With HK facing a shrinking workforce amid a rapidly graying society, the govt and employers have been urged to do more to get people back to work to fill the gap.