Chinese manufacturing business activity rebounded slightly in February,but still stayed in contraction territory.
Light rail service and road traffic in Yuen Long was brought to a halt after dozens of nativist protesters swamped the road.
Since March 1, the one-year loan interest rate will be lowered to 5.35%, while the one-year saving rate will drop to 2.5%.
China will set an equal, fair natural gas pricing structure for all industrial users to all...
China's top anti-corruption watchdog launched its first round of inspection work after the ...
China's Shaolin Temple is poised to build a complex in Australia that will include a temple...
Intel Corp is pouring billions of dollars into expanding its influence in China.
The travel document for Hong Kong residents to visit the mainland is officially translated into English as “Home Return Permit”.
The Basic Law was adopted in 1990 by the Seventh National People’s Congress after a lengthy consultation process.
It certainly is embarrassing to the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television.
Besides the nationwide festive revelry, the Spring Festival is another chance to witness and reflect on the waning of tradition.
Chinese New Year is undoubtedly one of the most exciting festivals for shoppers.
A former celebrity TV presenter has released a self-funded documentary about smog, inspired by her sick daughter.
China's cabinet has ordered hospitals to order drugs only from pre-approved suppliers, in a move intended to regulate a sys...
Ling Jihua has been removed from the post of vice chairman of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) National Comm...
Ni Fake, a former vice governor of Anhui, was sentenced on Saturday to 17 years in prison for accepting bribes.
Since China stepped up its anti-corruption campaign, 43 officials above vice provincial or ministerial levels have faced investigation in 2014.
A long association with all things Chinese made Joseph Warren Stilwell the perfect candidate to oversee US operations against the Japanese in the China-Burma-India Theater during World War II.
More than 10 percent of visitors studying here are given assistance by government program.
Light rail service and road traffic in Yuen Long was brought to a halt after dozens of nativist protesters swamped the Castle Peak Road in downtown Yuen Long late afternoon.
The HKMA issued a new round of countercyclical measures on property mortgage aimed at cooling the property market.
The judge presiding over Erwiana case has thrown her weight behind calls to reform the city’s migrant worker-related rules.
China reaffirmed that Hong Kong affairs are China's domestic affairs and other countries have no right to interfere in.
For many tourists, a trip to Hong Kong isn't over till they pick up a made-to-measure outfit from one of its family-run tailor shops.
With the government doing its bit to foster local arts and the city’s thriving art market drawing buyers from the world over, HK’s artists never had it so good.
A young entrepreneur from the Caribbean turned a job loss into an opportunity with Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee and is now setting his sights higher. Hua Yang reports.
South Korea urged Japan Sunday to face up to history with courage and sincerity to write a new history as South Korea's future partner for another 50 years.
Britain's Prince William is spending the latter half of his four-day stay in Japan in the country's tsunami-ravaged northeast.
An opposition lawmaker in the Maldives said her party will press on with street protests until the government frees a former president and current opposition leader.
The attack on Avijit Roy, a Bangladesh-born US citizen, and wife Rafida Ahmed took place late Thursday.
Chinese manufacturing business activity rebounded slightly in February but still stayed in contraction territory.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd suspended online lottery sales on Saturday due to pressure from industry regulators.
A huge infrastructure project kicked off in China's northwest province of Gansu, which will facilitate trade and people exchanges between China and central Asia.
Both Britain's and Japan's prince may be equally charming, but it is no contest which one is seen as more approachable.
Authorities have no tolerance for people stripping down at Angkor Archeological Park.
Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok.
FC Barcelona pulled to within one point of Real Madrid at the top of the BBVA Primera Liga on Saturday afternoon with a 3-1 win away to struggling Granada.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says Robin van Persie has a right ankle injury that will keep the striker out for a "long time."
Bangladeshi think tank chief is a leading light in regional efforts to eradicate poverty and set up a ‘southern silk route’.
After decades of conflict, Pung Kheav Se created a bank that enabled the people of Cambodia to save and borrow safely.
Finding a prehistoric ax head in a farmar's field leads to a career uncovering China's ancient past.
The short-stay rental market is being revolutionized with the advent of websites that allow anyone to welcome travelers into their homes.
The $150,000 Oscar gown worn by actress Lupita Nyong'o that was stolen two days ago was returned on Friday by the thief.
It's the dress that's beating the Internet black and blue. Or should that be gold and white?
Television footage showed a large white llama and a smaller black llama darting through the streets of Sun City, Arizona.
A tiger cub jumped off a building to its death in Shandong when it was spooked by fireworks set off to celebrate the Chinese New Year.
Award-winning Chinese artist, Li-Zi, is never in a hurry. She customarily spends more than a month perfecting a piece of art. Chinadailyasia.com chats up this post-80s artist to find out why.
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.
Christmas day is always filled with happiness and surprise. The December round of China Daily College Photo Contest themed ‘Merry Christmas’ has concluded.
Hong Kong forum hears how overcapacity and debt must be tackled in rebalancing of mainland financial system.
Growing success of online firms reflects demand from customers not served by traditional banks.