Chinese President Xi Jinping left Beijing Sunday for the Paris summit and will pay state visits to Zimbabwe and South Africa.
China's first commercial regional aircraft, the ARJ21, bought by Chengdu Airlines, was delivered on Sunday.
China pledged resolute measures to help the remaining 70 million poor people shake off poverty by 2020.
Russian President Vladimir Putin approves economic sanctions against Turkey after the downing by Turkey of a Russian warplane.
The assassination of a top Kurdish lawyer has sparked anger among the public in Turkey.
The US on Sunday ended its mass phone surveillance program and replaced it with a focused a...
Russia has intensified its air strikes in Syria's northwestern province of Idlib, close to ...
Beijing on Sunday issued its highest smog alert of the year, upgrading it from yellow to or...
Chan Tak-Leung writes that our youth need to become more actively engaged in positive pursuits while maximizing the many opport...
The 2015 election has been in the public spotlight for being the first election after the 79-day illegal “Occupy Central” movem...
The drastic increase in the number of HIV infections among students in China in recent years means urgent efforts are needed to raise t...
The absence of specifications in the Criminal Law left local judicial staff a loophole so they didn't have to act.
The shooting down of a Russian fighter jet by Turkey on Tuesday is a most unfortunate incident, which has raised global concerns over t...
China's top leadership pledged resolute measures to help the remaining 70 million poor people shake off poverty and enjoy essential social services by 2020.
China's top legislator Zhang Dejiang will pay an official goodwill visit to Laos from Dec 1 to 3.
Beijing on Sunday upgrated its smog alert from yellow to orange, second only to red.
The 13th five-year plan (2016-2020) will include a national big data strategy and advance the opening and sharing of data resources.
Having set ambitious climate-change goals, China is powering up clean energy sources to fuel the economy.
To have a second child or not is the question of many young Chinese couples as they hesitate before facing the fierce competition for public services.
The HKSAR is enjoying record US$3.55 billion in investment from 142 mainland companies.
Under the new pact, the central government has fully or partially opened up 153 sectors to Hong Kong service providers.
The District Court ruled that ATV Executive Director Ip Ka-po was negligent of late payment of HK$1.1m in wages to station staff.
Talks on standard working hours broke down as representatives from the labor side staged a walkout.
In the lead-up to the city’s biggest live music festival, local musicians share their worries about the future of the live music scene in HK with Agnes Lu.
Young people trying to make a difference the world over met at an international summit in Bangkok. Li Yao spoke to some of them with Chinese connections.
They're not plot outlines for crime novels but real life cases lifted from the normally dry Hong Kong stock exchange filings.
Russia has intensified its air strikes in Syria's northwestern province of Idlib, close to the Turkish borders, reports said.
The assassination of Tahir Elci, a top Kurdish lawyer, has sparked anger among the public in Turkey.
About five Islamic States (IS) affiliate militants have been killed in Afghanistan's eastern province of Nangarhar, the country's Defense Ministry said on Sunday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin approves economic sanctions against Turkey after Ankara shot down a Russian jet near the Syrian border.
China's securities watchdog said it may relax approval requirements for IPOs and corporate refinancing.
The Shanghai-London Stock Connect is expected to allow British investors to trade Chinese shares listed in Shanghai.
The Shanghai Composite Index plunged 5.5 percent to 3,436.30 registering its biggest percentage loss since late August.
PM Shinzo Abe has ordered Cabinet ministers to prepare an extra spending package, seeking to breathe fresh life into Japan's stalling recovery.
After more than 40 years at war, one of Afghanistan's most notorious warlords, seeks comeback and leverage in this country.
Japan has set its sights on stopping maternity harassment, increasing day care centres and allowing more workers to take time off after childbirth.
Vardy became the first player to score in 11 straight Premier League games when he netted the opening goal in Leicester's 1-1 draw at home to Manchester United on Saturday.
Thomas Mueller scored again as Bayern Munich defeated Hertha Berlin 2-0 to provisionally extend its Bundesliga lead to 11 points on Saturday.
Neymar netted twice while Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi also scored as Barcelona earned another lopsided win.
Cofounder of Asia News Network formed the media group to ensure region’s views are heard in a multipolar world.
Chief of Tourism Australia looks to ‘high-yielding’ travelers and China’s expanding middle-class to drive visitor numbers.
Father of hybrid rice in the Philippines pioneers new seeds to reduce dependency on imports and transform lives of farmers.
On a snowy evening in Beijing, the lanterns outside flickered with warmth. Inside, the seats were packed with people waiting for the play, a romantic comedy, to begin.
British singer Adele's "25" notched up the most sales in its opening week of any UK album, beating a record set in 1997 by Oasis.
Players of the world champion team helped serve food and retrieve trays when air hostesses were busy attending an ailing passenger.
Adam Lambert may have been a hit on American Idol but 13,000 Singaporeans have signed an online petition trying to get him booted off the stage.
Chinese billionaire Liu Yiqian can now likely fly free, in first class, with his whole family, anywhere in the world, for the rest of his life.
A gallery of experts spoke at the 2015 Corporate Finance Summit hosted by BOCOM HK Branch in Shenzhen.
Hong Kong will have a key role in Belt and Road, provided it acts fast and grabs the opportunities before others do, say panelists at the China Daily Asia Leadership Roundtable.