Leung Chun-ying iterated that poll reform must follow the Basic Law and relevant fiats of the country’s top legislature.
The ceiling of investment in Chinese securities market for a single qualified foreign institutional investor will be raised.
The official Korean Central News Agency said the two men were detained last year after collecting confidential data.
Hong Kong Exchange and Clearing Ltd said investors would be able to avoid the pre-trade quota check starting next Monday.
The co-pilot of the doomed Germanwings jet locked himself in the cockpit & crashed the plane.
China will invite militaries to participate in a WWII memorial parade later this year.
South Korea and Turkey will seek founding member status in the China-led Asian bank.
China will launch a campaign - "Sky Net" - in a bid to nab corrupt fugitive officials.
According to the survey, the median working hours per week for all employees, are 45.9 and 43.4 for male and female employees.
Major European countries said they would join the China-led AIIB and was criticized by the Obama administration.
Future laws on standard working hours should require employers to include clear statements in their labor contracts regarding working h...
Only through profound reflection on the aggression it launched against China can Japan possibly regain the trust of the Chinese people ...
As a Singaporean — and one living overseas — I feel shaken, and perhaps even a little lost.
China and Sri Lanka agree to put suspended $1.4b Colombo infrastructure plan back on track.
The central government and the authorities in the Tibet autonomous region have made great efforts to renovate the Potala Pa...
Experts from China and Myanmar's armed forces conducted a joint investigation in Lincang of southwest China's Yunnan.
Investigations into suspects who had connections with Xu Caihou - the former No 2 military official who died of cancer this month while fa...
Every Chinese person knows that the Chishui River in Guizhou province has two claims to fame: One military, the other cultural.
This week, Chinese officials stepped into the fray by announcing the imminent arrival of new regulations on where seniors can dance and how loud they can blast their music.
Chinese women are becoming fuller of figure thanks to a combination of social, physical and dietary changes that are overturning 'traditional' notions of national body types and may prompt a revolution in the lingerie industry.
Leung Chun-ying reiterated that electoral reform must follow the Basic Law and relevant decisions of the country’s top legislature.
Leung Chun-ying said the government had to strike a balance between the city’s capacity and further development of the tourism industry.
Economists upbeat on the city’s world financial status if it joins mainland-led $50b institution.
After a potential white knight investor withdrew, financially troubled Asia Television could go off the air by the end of the month.
Datong: the Chinese Utopia, which debuted last weekend, shifts the focus somewhat from Qing Dynasty social reformer Kang Youwei to his spirited daughter Kang Tongbi.
A challenging science fiction noir that takes a deep dive into temporal conundrums, the latest by Michael and Peter Spierig puts the likes of Looper and Source Code to shame.
At a China Daily-hosted forum held Wednesday, industry insiders discussed why Asian cinema will claim the world’s focus in the not-too-distant future.
Shinzo Abe will spend 8 days on a state visit expected to focus on his moves to ease constraints of Japan's pacifist, postwar constitution on the military.
The official Korean Central News Agency said the two were detained last year after collecting confidential information.
The arrests come as importing mushrooms violates a trade embargo Japan imposed on the DPRK in 2006.
A bakery chain apologized for a bun commemorating Singapore's long-time leader Lee Kuan Yew after being accused of poor taste.
The figure narrowed from the 8-percent decline seen in last December, China's National Bureau of Statistics said.
China will raise the ceiling of cumulative investment in the domestic securities market for a single qualified foreign institutional investor.
Asian stocks crawled higher on Friday as upbeat US economic data helped revive some risk appetite lost following air strikes on Houthi militants in Yemen, while the dollar rebounded.
Japan continues to finance the building of coal-fired power plants with money earmarked for fighting climate change.
Recovery from the tsunami of Sendai in Japan has been a tough process for farmers, whose land was strewn with debris and contaminated with seawater.
As the privileged classes devour their baguettes, much of the population outside the capital struggles to feed itself.
Maria Sharapova was upset in her opening match at the Miami Open on Thursday night by wild-card Daria Gavrilova, 7-6 (4), 6-3.
Captain John Terry will be at Chelsea for at least one more season after earning a contract extension in recognition of his enduring value to the team.
The preparation for and hosting of the 2022 Paralympic Winter Games will create a strong environment of understanding and respecting people with disabilities.
From out of war-torn Vietnam, ex-journalist builds a thriving publishing business in partnership with the government.
Singaporean hotelier believes that moving with the times, giving back to the community and keeping fit are keys to her success.
Amid civil war and regional conflict, Lebanese winemaker beats the odds to taste heady success and world-class status.
Lin Dan is best known as the invincible "Super Dan" on the badminton court, but he is also pretty fierce in a designer suit.
Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook is joining the roster of the very rich who are giving away their wealth.
Violators could be fined up to 50,000 Japanese yen if the cats cause adverse effects on life of the residents.
Students' parents were captured scaling the outer walls of school buildings to pass cheat sheets to students inside taking exams.
The dusky dottyback preys on smaller fish by changing color and pretending to be an adult of their own species.
Celebrities and film stars from across Asia hit the red carpet of the 9th Asian Film Awards at the Venetian hotel in Macao.
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.
The final of Macao @ 15, one of the region’s largest college student business presentation competitions, took place last weekend.
Asia’s growing movie industry is set to benefit from a new generation of audiences along the New Silk Road and beyond.
Forum hears how regional productions must set sights on success in neighboring markets before eyeing Hollywood.