The construction of Huayang and Chigua lighthouses on Huayang Reef of China's Nansha Islands are completed.
A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said US officials and the American public must be more objective.
China has set a timetable for its "sponge city" program, which seeks to help cities better absorb rain.
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The pro-establishment camp has taken the top two posts of the LegCo House Committee.
China is taking three key steps to reform its financial sector towards green finance.
The State Oceanic Administration has announced 124 names of newly surveyed seabed areas.
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The China Energy Fund Committee (CEFC) convened its eighth Sino-US Colloquium, Beyond the Current Distrust, in Washington D.C. on Monday.
Disciplinary punishments have been meted out to about 300 government officials for being lazy and inactive.
The city of Shantou in Guangdong province has a long history of charitable giving which it has become famed for throughout the country.
Pokfulam villagers and volunteers crafted the dragon with the grasses from the first batch of harvest from the local eco farm.
Let's pay tribute to the unsung heroes who are putting other people’s children to bed and leaving their own with relatives back in their homeland.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said US officials and the American public must be more objective.
The two lighthouses on Huayang Reef of China's Nansha Islands will start operation to enhance navigation safety.
China has set a timetable for its "sponge city" program, which seeks to help cities better absorb rain to improve the environment.
The State Oceanic Administration has announced 124 names mostly taken from the "Book of Songs".
While some retail investors say they want to make their fortune on China's stock markets, same say they just do it for fun.
Villagers living along the flood-prone Yangtze riverbank are trying their best to work out a way of sustainable living. Ming Yeung has a ring-side view.
French store Galeries Lafayette has come up with a new approach to entice customers with affordable, exclusive labels from the likes of Topshop.
The pro-establishment camp has taken both chairman and vice-chairman posts of the LegCo House Committee for the first time since 1998.
Her partner, former Jardine Llyod Thompsons managing director Nicholas Cousins, received a suspended eight-month sentence.
Hong Kong stocks rose to 22,458.80, capping their biggest weekly gain since early April.
The Eslite Tsim Sha Tsui bookstore has announced grand opening after a seven-day trial.
Dark clouds are gathering over Hong Kong’s economy as the city braces for projected severe downside risks that could jeopardize economic growth this year.
Ying Ying, Ocean Park’s 10-year-old female giant panda, has suffered a miscarriage, the park’s management announced on Wednesday.
"French Rafale jets delivered bombs on this training camp and the targets were met," the French Defence Minister said.
A local Hindu nationalist party has protested the presence of a Pakistani singer and forced organizers to cancel his concert.
India asked Saudi Arabia to take immediate action against a Saudi employer who allegedly chopped off her Indian maid's arm.
The medium-sized Toyota Hilux are the most stolen vehicle in the past two years by far in Sydney.
China is taking three key steps to reform its financial sector with an annual investment of 2.4 trillion yuan, said the PBOC.
The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index rose 1.27% to end at 3,183.15 points while Shenzhen rose 1.4% to close at 10,540.19 points.
China announced plans for a nationwide charging-station network that will power 5 million electric vehicles by 2020.
India's first women pilots is expected to be commissioned within the next two to three years, Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha said.
Two Indian states are suffering the first major pest infestation since the country adopted genetically modified cotton in 2002.
Indian PM Narendra Modi is on the campaign trail in a state election that could define the rest of his term.
World No. 1 Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal of Spain both have reached semifinals at the China Open.
Sepp Blatter has filed an official appeal against his suspension from soccer by FIFA's ethics committee.
Collin McHugh and the Houston Astros beat the Kansas City Royals 5-2 at their own game on Thursday.
For Fram Kitagawa, chairman of the Tokyo-based Art Front Gallery, art brings hope. When curating exhibitions, he always uses art as a vehicle to help local communities revive and develop.
From restoring Penang’s iconic hotels to building major luxury projects, Malaysian developer leaves his mark on high-end living.
After finding success at home by reinvigorating small companies, Australian investor is ready to make a name on the world stage.
The film "Go Away, Mr. Tumor" will represent China in her bid for Best Foreign Language Film for the 88th Academy Awards.
Facebook is going "Inside Out" on the Like button, adding a range of new emotional reactions to the iconic thumbs-up icon.
A restaurant and local officials in the eastern Chinese city of Qingdao have been penalised after a public outcry over exhorbitant pricing of seafood.
Months after winning a national title, Harvard's debate team has fallen to a group of New York prison inmates.
A rare crested macaque monkey who snapped a well-known, grinning "selfie" should be declared the photo's owner, animal rights activists argued in a federal lawsuit filed.
Asian media leaders said on Thursday they will build an "information Silk Road" to help communicate the benefits the Belt and Road Initiative will bring.
Inspired by China’s Belt and Road Initiative, the Global Tourism Economy Forum embarked on a Pacific Alliance mission, starting a virtuous cycle of events to create momentum in driving exchange, multilateral cooperation and economic growth in global tourism.