The value of China's service-outsourcing contracts was up 6.6% year-on-year in the first eight months of 2015.
Relatives of the gunman said "our prayers go out to all of the families of those who died and were injured" in a statement.
Leading PLA admiral Sun Jianguo expresses hopes for sustainable military ties between China and the US.
China has ordered tighter checks on packages following a series of deadly mail bombings.
A teenager shot and killed a veteran staff in the New South Wales Police headquarters Friday.
Located at the core of the highly developed Yangtze River Delta, Kunshan city in Jiangsu pr...
Hong Kong is no longer mainland tourists' first choice to spend the Golden Week holiday.
Gregory So explains that Hong Kong is rising to the challenges and opportunities of further evolving its tourism sector in orde...
President Xi Jinping’s visit to the United States and the United Nations can only be summarized as a personal success.
Disciplinary punishments have been meted out to about 300 government officials for being lazy and inactive.
Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn's resignation should be a warning for businesses that dare to put profit above the global fight agains...
As the jewels of classical Chinese literature, four-character idioms, those based on educating legends in particular, are wonderful veh...
The Pokfulam Village Annual Fire Dragon Festival was held on the night of September 27, 2015. In joint with the Hong Kong Conservancy Association and Long Valley Eco Paddy, Pokfulam villagers and volunteers crafted the dragon with the grasses from the first batch of harvest from the local eco farm.
Giving Hong Kong domestic helpers a voice, let's pay tribute to the unsung heroes who are putting other people’s children to bed and leaving their own with relatives back in their homeland.
In this episode of Hong Kong Enquirer, Andrea Deng looks into why it is difficult for Hong Kong working mums to continue breastfeeding their children after they return to the workplace.
Mujugae will bring gales and torrential rain to the coastal regions of Guangdong and Guangxi from Sunday to Monday.
On Sept 25, the Haitian government signed a Memorandum of Understanding with China National Automation Control System Corp, which will hel...
Shanghai Husi Food Co., which is a unit of OSI Group of Aurora, Illinois, has been under investigation since last year.
Unlike Western buyers that might cut staff or close operations, Chinese firms hang onto experienced staff and expand.
What once started as a low-income engagement for two disabled men is today turning into an ecological campaign.
Chinese airlines are rolling out services to allow passengers to access the Internet, but concerns remain over pricing and network speeds.
The number of tourist arrivals increased more than 15% year-on-year on the first day of the National Day Golden Week.
The observatory said the chance of issuing the Gale or Storm Signal No. 8 is not high.
The HKU Council is still uncertain over whether it should punish one of its own for repeated and flagrant breaches of protocol.
This year marks the 70th anniversary of the end of the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression.
A huge section of HK’s employed keeps long hours at work, without getting adequately compensated. The trend does not augur well for the city’s future, as sociologists tell Wang Yuke.
A year after the 79-day illegal ‘Occupy Central’ campaign began, some of the city’s politicians and academics looked back at the most destructive movement since the 1997 handover of HK.
Nine staffers for Doctors Without Borders were killed and 30 missing after one of its hospitals was hit by an airstrike.
A teenager shot and killed a veteran staff in the New South Wales Police headquarters on Friday afternoon.
An underground bunker with a warehouse of explosives and ammunition was also destroyed during the strikes, it said.
The Japanese victim was the second foreigner in a week to be gunned down in the South Asian country.
China aims to increase the number of village hotels nationwide to 3 million by 2020, and lift 2 million people out of poverty every year.
The value of China's service-outsourcing contracts was up 6.6 percent in the first eight months of this year.
China's markets will be closed until Oct 8 for the National Golden Week holidays.
The Japanese PM has unveiled the goal of building a "Society in Which All 100 million People can be Active".
Thousands of Filipino children, some as young as 9 years old, work in illegal gold mines under terrifying conditions, a human rights group said.
Tens of thousands of ROK citizens have applied to meet families living in DPRK.
Ronaldinho is set to represent Fluminense during an exhibition tournament in January despite rescinding his contract with the Brazilian club last week.
China clinched the title of the 2015 FIBA Asian Championship after beating the Philippines 78-67 in the men's basketball final.
Monchengladbach extended their winning streak to three games under interim coach Ander Schubert.
From restoring Penang’s iconic hotels to building major luxury projects, Malaysian developer leaves his mark on high-end living.
After finding success at home by reinvigorating small companies, Australian investor is ready to make a name on the world stage.
Fourth-generation Japanese restaurateur continues family tradition of innovation while staying true to sushi’s heritage.
In the land of St Francis of Assisi, warnings to watch for thieves disappear in a lake of kindness.
A part of the Forbidden City that was reduced to being a mere warehouse is about to open to the public.
A rare crested macaque monkey who snapped a well-known, grinning "selfie" should be declared the photo's owner, animal rights activists argued in a federal lawsuit filed.
Australia Post has finally delivered a parcel sent in the mid-1970s to a former committee member of a Melbourne tennis club.
Two carpet pythons have been pulled from two toilets in the north Queensland town of Townsville the past two weeks.
Asian media leaders said on Thursday they will build an "information Silk Road" to help communicate the benefits the Belt and Road Initiative will bring.
Inspired by China’s Belt and Road Initiative, the Global Tourism Economy Forum embarked on a Pacific Alliance mission, starting a virtuous cycle of events to create momentum in driving exchange, multilateral cooperation and economic growth in global tourism.