Britain's National Archives released a 1983 govt file with a proposal to settle 5.5m HK people in a newly built "city state".
The China Securities Regulatory Commission is probing investors who use stock index futures to short the market.
The complexity of the newly found virus may reflect the epidemic of HIV in the border regions of China's Yunnan province.
Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down in July, 2014 in Ukraine with 298 passengers on board, two-thirds of them Dutch.
It is the third time that the website has been updated since it was launched in Aug 1998.
Chinese FM Wang Yi said there's a strong likelihood Iran and 6 world powers will reach deal.
The PLA navy held its first drill simulating missiles resupply in the Yellow Sea.
Each submarine of the 3 planned will cost 12 billion baht (US$355.13 million).
The latest report from the CE shows the government is determined to boost the supply of housing and land to ease public concerns.
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Three days before Premier Li Keqiang and his European counterparts issued their communique after his one-day visit to the European Unio...
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Celebrating the 18th anniversary of Hong Kong's return to China, people from all over the SAR gathered at events around the territory on Wednesday. From the flag-raising ceremony at Golden Bauhinia Square to the PLA barracks, this video gives just a brief glimpse into the colors and sounds of the festivities.
Inspired by the spirit of parkour in the 2001 film 'Yamakasi', a group of Hong Kong youth started to build their own community and grew up supporting each other.
China and France will set up a fund to boost international production and third party market cooperation, Premier Li Keqiang said.
The epicenter was monitored at 37.6 degrees north latitude and 78.2 degrees east longitude.
The complexity of the newly found virus may reflect the epidemic of HIV in the border regions of Yunnan province.
Proposed changes to China's famously grueling university entrance exam will focus on improving the standards and methods of language tuition in the nation's schools.
A young Chinese scholar was also a member of the rescue party, and 70 years later, he's still feted by those he helped to save.
Expired products from US, European countries find their way illegally into China's food chain.
Britain's National Archives released a 1983 govt file containing a proposal to settle 5.5m HK people in a newly built "city state".
City bourse expected to see 120 new listings this year, with total funds to be raised hitting HK$250 billion.
Hong Kong’s biggest sports project was supposed to break ground last year.
A former engineering company proprietor will appear in court today facing charges of HK$45 million bribery in the city’s largest tender-rigging case for years.
Lam Tung-pang simulates the experience of being a tourist in his hometown, turning a hotel wing in Wan Chai into a museum of items from his artistic journey.
The HK$1 billion fund to perk up HK’s moribund recycling industry has not come through well over a year after it was proposed, thanks to the filibustering at LegCo sessions.
Six years back Lillian Lui cancelled her retirement plans to teach in a school for children of poor families. The rewards seem to have more than made up for the measly pay.
Iran rejected any extraordinary inspection rules and threatened to ramp up enrichment of bomb-making material.
Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down in July last year with 298 passengers on board, two-thirds of them Dutch.
There were 134 survivors after the MBCA Kim-Nirvana, a motorised outrigger, capsized minutes after leaving the port of Ormoc City.
The explosion occurred at the second plant in Ulsan of the chemical unit of South Korean conglomerate Hanwha Group.
As airlines grow and new airports are built in Asia, safety is becoming a major issue for international regulators.
Asia’s budget airlines have become part of the region’s aviation fabric, offering cheap and no-frills air travel to meet the growing needs of the expanding middle class.
Spillover could harm sluggish economy.
The Chinese mainland led the global IPO market in terms of funds raised and the deal number during the first six months.
Asian stocks were little changed on Friday, with investors reluctant to stake out fresh positions after disappointing US employment data.
The number of Syrian children being forced to work keeps growing, with those as young as six reportedly working in Lebanon.
Warnings are now appearing on a wide array of websites accessed by people in the DPRK, including social media.
A militant attack has raised concerns about the number of young Saudi men willing to travel to attack Shi'ites in Gulf Arab states.
Woods rebounded from a dismal US Open with a 4-under-par 66 in Thursday's opening round of The Greenbrier Classic.
Rafael Nadal swung his mighty, lefty forehand — and whiffed, accidentally whacking his right leg with his racket.
There were lots of fresh faces playing in Canada, teams like Ivory Coast, Ecuador and Cameroon.
Intellectual property chief relishes the daunting challenge of spearheading global efforts to protect intangible assets.
Providing a crucial service analyzing vast reams of data has taken Malaysian entrepreneur from ambitious startup to successful IPO.
Hard work and an ambitious goal to provide quality housing lead to Chinese migrant becoming a top developer in Sydney.
Fondation Louis Vuitton showcases its Parisian gift for the arts with an exhibition in Beijing.
As a Chinese chef strives to produce authentic Mexican food in Beijing, he savors a new mentor in Rick Bayless.
A Chinese university has launched a website that profiles its graduates and asks employers to bid to employ them.
In Europe, truffle hunters traditionally used pigs, but in recent years the job has gone to the dogs.
A lamb whose mother had been genetically modified with a jellyfish protein as part of a medical experiment was sold as meat accidentally.
New model of energy cooperation could unleash Asia’s full growth potential.
Executive Councilor Cheng Yiu-tong predicted that moderate voters would punish them for this in coming elections.
Jasper Tsang Yok-sing, president of the Legislative Council, is among a group of distinguished Hong Kong political, business and community leaders rewarded in the government’s latest honors.
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.