On a day internationally dedicated to the preservation of tigers, China caught one of its biggest “tigers”...
A woman exhibiting symptoms similar to the deadly Ebola virus has been quarantined at an isolation ward in Queen Elizabeth ...
In China, the Cortana digital assistant nicknamed "Xiao Na", will speak Mandarin and include locally relevant information
China plans to help about 100 million people without urban ID records to settle in towns and cities by 2020
Roma beats Real Madrid 1-0 on Tuesday in a friendly match disrupted by a pitch invasion, wi...
An army of Chinese retailers is tapping local tastes to whittle away market share from glob...
Liverpool says it has signed Belgium striker Divock Origi from Lille and will loan him back...
Chinese search engine leader Baidu Inc is following in Google's footsteps by working on its...
On July 22, the UK Parliament Foreign Affairs Committee began an inquiry into Britain’s relations with Hong Kong. It will concl...
Services on the MTR Corporation’s (MTRC) Kwun Tong Line were delayed last Wednesday morning.
For months, as his relatives and former underlings were caught up in the anti-graft dragnet one after another, the fate of Zhou Yongkan...
Most countries engage in a degree of corporate spying; however, boundaries should be put in place
The scandal will also make a difference to the amending of the Food Safety Law, which is being reviewed by lawmakers of the Standing Co...
China plans to help about 100 million people without urban ID records to settle in towns and cities by 2020, the State Council, China's cabinet, said on Wednesday
On a day internationally dedicated to the preservation of tigers, China caught one of its biggest “tigers” — a term used by...
China’s ongoing anti-corruption investigations into officials who have close ties to China National Petroleum Corp, the country’s oil gian...
The rule of law will be high on the agenda during the Fourth Plenary Session of the 18th Communist Party of China Central Committee when i...
Calls are growing for Japan to take full responsibility for its 'comfort women' sex crimes during the war, report He Na and Zhang Lei.
A scandal involving a university professor’s alleged sexual harassment of a student is refueling debate over abuse on Chinese campuses, report Sun Li and Hu Meidong in Xiamen, Fujian province.
Ancient temple riding a wave of global interest in its style of kung fu, report Hou Liqiang and Qi Xin in Dengfeng, Henan province.
A woman exhibiting symptoms similar to the deadly Ebola virus which has killed 672 in Africa has been quarantined at an isolation ward
Hong Kong saw an overall dip in crime during the first half of the year but cases of blackmail and deception were on the rise, Hong Kong police reported Wednesday
Hong Kong's benchmark index climbed to fresh 3-1/2-year highs on Wednesday, with major property developers leading the rise as investors bet on a solid performance for first-half earnings.
The head of Hong Kong’s leading hospitality management school warns that planned political unrest will adversely affect tourism in the city.
Public square dancing has spilled over into Hong Kong from the mainland, arousing some passion from the local community. But, it has also triggered disquiet among residents who detest the loud noise generated. Hua Yang writes.
At a time when college education is increasingly seen as a stepping stone to a secure and profit-oriented career, Hang Seng Management College is keen to broaden the horizons of its students. Lin Jing talks to Simon Ho Shun-man, the institution’s new president.
India's top crime-fighting agency said on Wednesday it would press ahead with its investigation into a scrapped helicopter contract with Italy's Finmeccanica
South Korean voters in 15 districts chose lawmakers on Wednesday in by-elections that could determine whether President Park Geun-hye's ruling party can retain a majority to push through her economic stimulus policy and regulatory reform
A landslide hit a village in western India following torrential rains Wednesday, sweeping away scores of houses and burying more than 150 people, an official said
Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott says his government is not considering ratcheting up sanctions against Russia
Chinese and British users of Windows Phones will get the voice-recognizing app in an update to Windows Phone 8.1
An army of Chinese retailers is tapping local tastes to whittle away market share from global rivals
Asian stocks rose Wednesday ahead of US economic data and as cheery earnings from major Japanese companies such as Honda Motor Co. countered a lower close on Wall Street.
Salman Khaled has lived through Baghdad's sectarian disintegration; with Iraq now splintering into Shiite, Sunni Arab and Kurdish regions, he says this time the survival...
The enduring popularity of "little tiger" as a snack to accompany a beer in Vietnam means that cat owners live in constant fear of animal snatchers.
Sizable portion of its scarce defence resources dedicated to training “cyberwarriors” and boosting online combat capabilities.
Roma beats Real Madrid 1-0 on Tuesday in a friendly match disrupted by a pitch invasion, with a Palestinian flag being waved among the intruders.
Liverpool says it has signed Belgium striker Divock Origi from Lille and will loan him back to the French club for the whole of next season.
Baltimore's Manny Machado homered leading off the 12th inning to give the Orioles a 7-6 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday in a result that had an impact on their divisional races in the American League.
Indian property mogul has built a fortune creating industrial space for technology firms in Bangalore
Hard work helped serge pun escape turbulent childhood to become a tycoon instrumental in nation’s development
Chinese designer who cofounded Asia’s biggest crowdfunding platform in Australia is taking the popular concept to China
Celebrity Chinese educator Li Yang has converted to Buddhism at a renowned Buddhist temple following a domestic violence scandal that put the creator of the "Crazy English" method of language learning at the center of controversy.
At first Oscar-winning actress Octavia Spencer thought she was seeing early concert footage of James Brown but then was told it was a screen test by Chadwick Boseman to play the "Godfather of Soul" in the new biopic "Get On Up."
Australian budget airline Jetstar apologised after a crew member told passengers to flush away "anything you shouldn't have".
Argentina's last captive polar bear will remain in the country despite a petition by more than a half million people asking that it be moved to Canada
Cyclists traversing Johannesburg in Nelson Mandela's honor wore T-shirts with one of his many inspiring quotations, along with a glaring typographical error in the word "freedom."
The Consulate General of India in Hong Kong and Indian Council of Cultural Relations (ICCR) jointly organized a Bharatanatyam recital for the Hong Kong audience.
In the opinion of William Yu, chief executive of World Green Organisation, emissions from power generation in Hong Kong are under strict control, while most polluting emissions come from the vehicles.
Hong Kong is taking a unique path to democracy and should not copy foreign models of democratic development, Lau Siu-kai, vice-president of the Chinese Association of Hong Kong and Macao Studies, said on Thursday.
Football has the charm that makes the world crazy. After a breathtaking World Cup, the June round of China Daily’s College Photo Contest, “Crazy Football”, has concluded. Among works submitted by university students from all around China, Breakthrough, by Liu Zheng of Guangxi University Of Foreign Languages, won the first prize. Two second and five third prizes were also awarded.