The Shanghai Composite Index sank 5.2% to close at 4,053.7, while the Shenzhen Component Index dropped 4.8% to 13,650.82.
HKSAR's economic and livelihood issues must now take center stage, the city's Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying said today.
A flag-raising ceremony was held at the Golden Bauhinia Square in Wan Chai to celebrate the...
The Estate Agents Authority issued a new practice circular Tuesday, setting out guidelines ...
China aims to reduce its CO2 emissions per unit of gross domestic product by 60-65 percent ...
The top legislature ratified an agreement on the founding of BRICS New Development Bank (ND...
The ‘Occupy Central’ movement has caused slippage in the rule of law, contributing to the rise in violence committed by ‘locali...
The event surrounding the walkout by pro-establishment legislators may have hogged all the headlines.
Three days before Premier Li Keqiang and his European counterparts issued their communique after his one-day visit to the European Unio...
The coincidence of a dreadful drop in Chinese shares and the release of a draft guideline signaling China's pension fund will be allowe...
President Xi Jinping's meeting with representatives of the prospective founding members of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank on ...
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.
Once a festival for entertaining the fishermen of Aberdeen, Hong Kong, the dragon boat races are now intensely competitive. Long boats with dragon heads, the drumming and revelers’ cheering merge into one of the most colourful events in the area.
The top legislature on Wednesday adopted a new National Security Law, which highlighted cyber security and demanded the establishment of a coordinated, efficient crisis management system.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent birthday greetings to Premier Li Keqiang through his account on a China's micro-bl...
Chinese people are eating more, thanks to their deeper pockets, making them slightly taller but also a lot fatter, according to a report r...
Mainland courts handled nearly nine times as many cases involving Taiwan residents in 2014 as they did six years ago, China's top court sa...
Now, new measures are being introduced to reduce loss of life and the economic damage caused by flooding.
Scientists announced the discovery of beautifully preserved fossils of one of the stranger animals ever to call Earth home.
MLB College Club program organizes games on 75 campuses.
Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying said that the SAR government has no current plans to enact its own national security law.
The SAR's economic and livelihood issues must now take center stage, Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying said.
A flag-raising ceremony was held at the Golden Bauhinia Square in Wan Chai to celebrate the 18th anniversary of Hong Kong's return to China.
The Estate Agents Authority (EAA) issued a new practice circular on Tuesday, setting out guidelines for estate agents in the sales of first-hand residential properties.
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.
Photographer Edmond Tang re-visits the reopened Lai Yuen Amusement Park to find the attractions in it have retained the original flavor since he clicked them in 1997. Wang Yuke reports.
A French-Chinese co-production turns the spotlight on the Chinese Labor Corps, brave souls who tried hard to assist the Allies during WWI.
The C-130B Hercules aircraft carrying 122 on board crashed into a residential area shortly after take-off in northern Indonesia.
The hardline Islamic State group has beheaded two women civilians, Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
A man riding one of Japan's high-speed bullet trains set himself on fire, killing himself and another passenger.
The gross gaming revenues of Macao dropped 36.2% in June compared with the same period one year earlier.
China has for talks between Greece and its creditors to continue, after the country missed a deadline to repay an IMF loan.
Asian shares rose Wednesday as investors awaited further developments after Greece failed to make a debt repayment due Tuesday.
The war option that US has kept on the table has few fans, while the world community is not willing to impose truly crippling sanctions.
Chinese paper-cut artwork on display in Malaysia to celebrate the life and philosophy of Guan Gong.
Tama the stationmaster, Japan's feline star of a struggling local railway, died of a heart failure on June 22.
Lionel Messi helped set up five goals as Argentina trounced Paraguay 6-1, setting up a final against host Chile.
Brazilian media reported that Robinho has reached a deal to join Guangzhou Evergrande for 12 million euros per year.
Carli Lloyd scored one goal and set up the other as the United States beat Germany 2-0 to reach the Women's World Cup final.
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.
Action star Jackie Chan is the world's 38th highest paid celebrity - second highest paid actor on Forbes Celebrity 100 list.
A lamb whose mother had been genetically modified with a jellyfish protein as part of a medical experiment was sold as meat accidentally.
Pitcairn Island, a tiny speck in the Pacific that's home to just 48 people, has passed a law allowing same-sex marriage - but has no gay couples wanting to wed.
British police are investigating the possibility that a man found dead on a roof in west London had been a stowaway on a flight.
New model of energy cooperation could unleash Asia’s full growth potential.
The veto put the SAR’s democratic development at a standstill, says social administration professor Paul Yip.
Entertainment tycoon Allan Zeman is making a last-minute appeal to opposition lawmakers to be reasonable and pass the electoral reform package which, he says, will benefit Hong Kong’s future.
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.