China will ban exports of high-performance drones & supercomputers from mid-August due to national security reasons.
President Xi Jinping has sent a letter to the IOC, expressing appreciation for its trust and support in selecting Beijing.
The announcement came as there has been no new case of MERS in South Korea in the past 28 days since.
French authorities will send the plane piece, identified as a flaperon from a Boeing 777 wi...
The value of total retail sales in Hong Kong fell 0.4% year-on-year in June to HK$37 billio...
More than 30 relatives say they'll sue if the debris is confirmed to be from the missing pl...
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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.
China will ban exports of high-performance drones and supercomputers from mid-August due to national security reasons.
The govt should "further improve the social security system ...", the state planner said in an online statement.
More than 30 family members in China have "already agreed" to sue if the debris is confirmed to be a part of the missing plane.
The suspects allegedly lured in half a billion dollars from investors by illegally offering huge amounts of leverage.
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 .
During World War II, a team of US army photographers spent two years recording the everyday lives and struggles of people living in and around the China-Burma-India Theater, which saw some of the fiercest action of the war in the Pacific.
The State Bank of India Hong Kong Branch was fined for violating anti-money laundering and counter terrorism financing law.
There has been no new MERS case in South Korea in the past 28 days since the isolation of the last case on July 3.
The Hang Seng index rose 0.6 percent to close at 24,636.28 points.
Female protester sentenced to 15 weeks’ jail for assaulting, obstructing police officer.
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.
French authorities will send the plane piece, identified as a flaperon from a Boeing 777 wing, to Toulouse for tests.
Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake told Reuters he seemed to have been the target.
Philippine President Benigno Aquino endorsed Manuel "Mar" Roxas to succeed him when he steps down next June.
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.
China's manufacturing purchasing managers' index posted at 50.0 in July, down from 50.2 in June.
China will speed up development of the financing guarantee industry to ease financing difficulties for small business.
China's stock market extended its loss for a second day while other Asian stocks were mostly up.
Scientists from Singapore and the US has published research that is a step towards resurrecting the prehistoric woolly mammoths.
The coastal city of Netanya markets itself as the "Israeli Riviera" and one would be hard-pressed to tell it aprt from city of Nice.
Palm oil plantations in Indonesia now cut corridors through which orangutans and other wildlife use to cross from one large forest to another.
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Chinese President Xi Jinping has sent a letter of appreciation to the IOC President Thomas Bach to thank for its trust and support.
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.
Chinese Potterphiles attend a bash for the 15th anniversary of the arrival of Harry Potter in China.
The Hong Kong actor is bringing martial arts back to TV in the US with his upcoming series 'Into the Badlands' premiering Nov 19.
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.