Residents in Mong Kok were delighted that normal traffic flows had resumed following latest street clearance operations.
Counterterror work between China & the US has helped purge many terrorist video and audio programs stored on US servers.
The proposed mega floatation of a major mainland property developer is set to catapult Hong Kong to 2nd place after New York.
After years of almost complete silence, China and Japan resumed talks on establishing a maritime liaison mechanism.
The core consumer price index, excluding fresh foods, rose 0.9% - slowest rise in a yr.
China has 244 million people licensed to drive cars, the largest number worldwide.
Prince William will become the first member of the British royal family to visit China in a...
Australia batsman Hughes died two days after being hit on the head by a ball.
Leaving full-time local education are less well-equipped with English language skills to be able to operate effectively at work.
Macao offers a good example to Hong Kong. The enclave has borrowed land from outside of its borders.
Two years ago the Liberal Democratic Party, in opposition, won a landslide victory in the general election, putting Shinzo Abe in offic...
If they really want relations with China to substantially improve, earnestness to build political trust is needed from the Japanese gov...
In the age of globalization, the interests of countries have never been so closely interconnected. More and more Asians have come to re...
Chinese and Japanese defense authorities resumed talks on establishing a maritime liaison mechanism to reduce the risk of an accident.
The top audit authority has stepped up efforts to examine the management of billions of dollars collected from China's boom...
Counterterrorism work between China and the United States has helped authorities track down and delete violent, terrorist video and audio ...
Prosecutors in Shanxi province have approved the arrest of Zhang Xiuping, a former deputy Party chief at Jinzhong, on suspicion of bribery.
Extended durations will enable Chinese travelers easier access to the United States, but could also result in a surge in wealthy nationals moving away for good.
Only 24.9 percent of couples now allowed to have a second child have filed applications, according to a survey released Thursday.
As vehicle numbers soar, traffic jams are becoming a fact of life on China's overcrowded urban highways.
Residents, businesses and motorists in Mong Kok were delighted on Thursday that normal traffic flows had resumed following latest street clearance operations.
The proposed mega floatation of a major mainland property developer is set to catapult Hong Kong to second place after New York in the global markets for corporate IPOs.
The government’s proposed subsidized housing scheme has sharply divided opinions among Hong Kong’s property elites.
The illegal occupation movement has deeply scarred Hong Kong and could exact a heavy economic toll, warns a leading academic.
She was the first-ever dancer from the US to be hired by the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow - a company she would leave following a scandal.
Soon there might not be enough warehouses to stock the goods that are the mainstay of Hong Kong’s flourishing retail economy.
As HK filmmakers ditch the trademark kungfu and gangster genres in favor of social realism, industry insiders wonder if big budgets and bigger audiences from the mainland may be such an unmixed blessing.
Australia has been warned by the UN that it may be breaching international law by detaining children as part of its asylum seeker policy.
Leaders of India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives and Afghanistan are focusing on key objectives.
Militants attacked an Indian army base in the disputed state of Kashmir on Thursday, wounding three soldiers.
A Japanese reporter on Thursday pleaded not guilty to charges of defaming South Korea's president by reporting rumors.
Asian econimies likely to take a hit if infectious diseases spread, yet past cases prove effects are usually short-lived.
While the Ebola outbreak has claimed thousands of lives, neglected tropical maladies have proved deadlier in Asia.
Retail fuel prices are expected to be cut for a ninth consecutive time since July on Saturday as the government reacts to declining international crude prices, industry sources said on Thursday.
China will maintain a prudent monetary policy and use various measures to increase money supply, a central bank official said on Thursday.
Asian shares skid, but Nikkei bucks downtrend; Brent, US crude prices mark biggest dive since 2011; US dollar soars against Norwegian crown, Canadian dollar
Widodo's down-to-earth manner, cultivated as a small-city mayor and then as governor of Jakarta, has won him many admirers in Indonesia.
Tradition can be hard to find amid the lanes and towers of the metropolis of 13 million, mainly due to its reputation as a spick-and-span place that gets things done.
Japan is considering creating a government-backed financing arm for weapons exports.
China dropped to 99th position on the November edition of the overall FIFA world rankings, 11 places lower than last month.
Tottenham was among nine teams to qualify for the knockout stage of the Europa League after beating Partizan Belgrade 1-0 in a match that was briefly suspended because of three separate pitch invasions.
Brazilian great Pele said Thursday he is not seriously ill, easing fears that his health deteriorated while being treated for a urinary tract infection.
Swire pacific chairman bring three decades of experience to a diverse and growing business seeking new pastures in China.
Nobel Peace Prize winner says his award shows that the world recognizes need to end child labor and deliver education for all.
One of Kazahkstan’s first generation of post-Soviet entrepreneurs is now dedicated to helping fellow businesswomen aim high.
Radio telescopes on Earth will beam 90,000 messages to Mars on Friday to commemorate the launch 50 years ago of the first robotic probe to visit the planet.
He may be the best-selling artist alive, but on his first day at art school Jeff Koons had a crushing realization: He "knew nothing" about the world he was about to join.
The presidential turkey pardon is a quirky annual tradition at Thanksgiving, the holiday when American families gather for turkey feasts.
A man is facing a felony menacing charge after two western Colorado sheriff's deputies say he pointed a banana at them and they thought it was a gun.
The video called "I Hate Thailand" drew more than 1 million views within days of being posted last week.
Determined to give Hong Kong a taste of the culinary delights of hometown Xi’an and to quell the appetite of Shaanxi residents craving authentic Xi’an food, a pair of university graduates started their own outlet.
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.
Autumn is always colorful and beautiful. The Octobor round of China Daily College Photo Contest themed “The Great Autumn” has concluded.
China’s “One Belt, One Road” initiative aims to bring economies from central Europe to Africa closer and create an once-in-a-decade opportunity for the logistics sector as well as traders in Hong Kong and the rest of Asia.
On the heels of Alibaba’s record $9.3-billion sales on “Singles Day” (Nov 11), reflecting the mega growth of e-commerce in China and the Asia-Pacific, air-cargo industry executives are candid about the need to embrace a new business model and ramp up service levels.