With the property market faltering, more and more speculative investors on the mainland are turning to equities.
Beijing flayed the latest Japanese accusation that Beijing had "unilaterally" changed the status quo in the East China Sea.
At least 43 people have died after a Russian trawler sank in the Western Pacific Ocean near the Kamchatka Peninsula.
Israel has requested to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
China may link its "Belt and Road" initiatives with India's "Space Route" and "Mausam" proj...
Nuclear talks between Iran and six world powers missed a Tuesday deadline.
The United States supports China's efforts to "connect the region".
Hong Kong needs 'super-flexible' and 'super-talented’ people if it is going to fulfill the role.
The MTR is making its annual fare adjustments in accordance with the fare adjustment mechanism.
Countries are eager to maximize their national interests by getting more involved in the booming Asian economy.
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 ...
The Foreign Ministry rebutted on Wednesday the latest Japanese accusation that China had 'unilaterally' changed the status quo in the East China Sea.
Vehicles, coal-burning, airborne dust and industrial production account for 85 to 90 percent of the major airborne pollutio...
Residents should find it easier to file civil cases in courts as the central government is breaking down barriers and pushing judicial ref...
Visiting President Museveni calls China a reliable friend of Africa, welcomes added help.
Analysts back new China-led AIIB to make profit and bring change to the global financial system.
Improving the life-changing national college entrance exam is crucial, yet educators say challenges remain.
Vision and proposed actions outlined on jointly building Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road.
Executive Council rejected the possibility of renewing Asia Television’s license and the expiry of its license is April 1, 2016.
Luxury retail sales, shop rentals in prime shopping areas plunge as tourists stay away.
Building a shopping mall adjacent to the border is now seen as the most practical way to address the city’s parallel trading problem.
The number of Hongkongers willing to donate their bodies for medical research has seen a sharp rise in recent years, which is not to say that there’s more than enough already.
Combining two traditional industries may bring an unexpected and promising reward as in the case of budding entrepreneur Lin Wei.
Misdiagnosis, lack of specialist doctors, hospital protocol — there seems to be too many stumbling blocks in the way of identification and treatment of unusual diseases in HK.
Thailand's king on Wednesday formally approved a request from the junta that martial law be lifted.
Typhoon Maysak is currently a category five storm - the highest rating - hovering over the Pacific Ocean with winds gusting as high as 250 km per hour.
Japan, along with South Korea and China, has banned Thailand-registered airlines from flying new charters.
In New York, UNICEF said that at least 62 children had been killed and 30 wounded in fighting over the past week.
Business travel will continue to blossom in China this year on the back of robust growth rates fueled by a growing number of travelers seeking personalized experiences from high-end products, an industry report said on Wednesday.
Bad loans jumped in the western region of China last year mainly because of a glut of coal supply that drove prices of the fuel sharply lower, causing mining companies to lose money and in some cases default on their debt.
Weak US data pressures dollar against yen, euro; US nonfarm payrolls awaited ahead of Easter holiday.
In rapidly ageing Japan, more people are dying alone and unnoticed in a country of 127 million where one in four people is over 65.
India's state banks are under pressure to improve profitability and slash bad loans, creating a more agile sector to help fuel economic growth.
The world's oldest person, a Japanese woman, died Wednesday, a few weeks after celebrating her 117th birthday.
Talented teenager JH Wang will be hoping history repeats itself when the 2015 PGA Tour China Series begins with the Buick Open at Mission Hills Haikou tomorrow.
China's first international ultra-marathon champion Chen Penbin faces a big challenge starting on Thursday - running 100 marathons in 100 consecutive days.
Mustafa Kamal resigned as ICC president on Wednesday, accusing India of influencing the outcome of the Cricket World Cup quarterfinal against Bangladesh.
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.
The season of spring lamb has always been an occasion for festival feasts in ancient cultures.
US action star Vin Diesel says he is such a big fan of the Middle Kingdom, he may film the next installment of his successful movie franchise in the country.
Finding people to distinguish the sex of chicken has become a headache for British poultry farmers.
A Chinese investor will be hoping that luck comes his way after paying A$8,888,888 (US$6.96 million) for a three-level office tower in Melbourne.
Violators could be fined up to 50,000 Japanese yen if the cats cause adverse effects on life of the residents.
The acclaimed show Cavalia will play in Hong Kong for the first time this spring after captivating millions around the world for 12 years. As it opens on March 31, 2015 evening at the Central Harbourfront, Hong Kong gets ready to savor what many consider an equestrian ballet.
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.