Beijing intensified efforts to pull stock markets out of a nose-drive that is threatening the world's 2nd largest economy.
China exported 160,000 units of civilian drones worth 750 million yuan ($120 million) from January to May.
11 people have been confirmed dead in a factory building collapse in east China's Zhejiang Province as of Sunday afternoon.
An official from the Republic of Korea (ROK) has died after falling from a hotel in northeast China early Sunday morning.
230 victims of June 27 water park blaze in Taiwan are in a critical condition, an increase ...
Beijing police have detained a man who spread a rumor online about someone leaping to his d...
Greece voted on Sunday in a high-stakes referendum on whether to accept more austerity in e...
The 'Internet Plus' action plan aims to integrate the Internet with traditional industries ...
The latest report from the CE shows the government is determined to boost the supply of housing and land to ease public concerns.
No matter whether it is Sydney or Hong Kong, you will find it is not the domestic political system or international terrorism b...
Promoting international cooperation in production capacity is the theme of Premier Li Keqiang's visit to Europe.
The measure, due to take effect on Jan 1, marks an important step toward maintaining the authority of the Constitution and ensuring fun...
Three days before Premier Li Keqiang and his European counterparts issued their communique after his one-day visit to the European Unio...
As an international financial hub and a friendly place to foreigners, there are currently about 5,000 Jewish people living in Hong Kong. Built in 1901, the Ohel Leah Synagogue has become a central part of Hong Kong’s Jewish community, serving as a place not only to pray but also for gathering, meetings, learning...
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.
China exported 160,000 units of civilian drones worth 750 million yuan ($120 million) from January to May, 69 and 55 times of the same period in 2014 respectively.
Eleven people have been confirmed dead in a factory building collapse in east China's Zhejiang Province as of Sunday aftern...
Beijing police have detained a man who spread a rumor online about someone leaping to his death due to China's recent stock market slump, ...
Altogether 230 victims of June 27 water park blaze in Taiwan are in a critical condition, an increase of 19 from a day earlier, the island...
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.
The PLA Hong Kong Garrison has invited members of the public to watch a live-fire drill at Tsing Shan Firing Range for the first time.
The city's largest mobile transaction-based solutions developer sees e-commerce, or mobile commerce, as just the beginning.
HK and mainland regulators receive applications for 25 funds to be sold on both sides following the program kick-off.
The filibustering tactics employed by opposition lawmakers has forced the Finance Committee meeting to end abruptly.
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.
Israel's prime minister says each day that passes brings greater Western concessions toward Iran in talks over its nuclear program.
Sri Lanka launched construction work on a Chinese-funded expressway linking the southern towns of Matara and Hambantota.
At least three soldiers were killed and six others injured when a bomb hit their vehicle in Pakistan's northwest tribal area of North Waziristan on Sunday, local media reported.
An official from the Republic of Korea (ROK) has died after falling from a hotel in northeast China early Sunday morning, local authorities said.
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.
China's government, regulators and financial institutions are now waging a concerted campaign to prop up the nation's two main share markets.
The recent correction of Chinese shares could pave the way for the A-share market to become more rational, while authorities still have more tools to stabilize the market, HSBC said on Sunday.
21 securities brokers in China have pledged to spend no less than 120 billion yuan on blue chip-based exchange traded funds (ETF).
Army units in the north of Myanmar's restive Rakhine state still routinely force minority Rohingya to heavy workload.
The Old City of Sana'a and the Old Walled City of Shibam in Yemen and Hatra in Iraq were listed as endangered.
Indian soldiers guarding the border with Bangladesh have a new mandate - stop cattle from crossing illegally into the Muslim-majority neighbour.
Chile defeated Argentina 4-1 in a shootout after a 0-0 draw in the Copa America final on Saturday, finally winning its first major tournament.
Defending champion Petra Kvitova was shocked by Serbian veteran Jelena Jankovic while Roger Federer and Andy Murray advanced to the last 16 at the Wimbledon Championships.
Days after a gut-wrenching loss, England finished its deepest run in the Women's World Cup with an uplifting victory.
You may not be aware of it, but chances are you have worn one of TAL Group’s shirts at some point.
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.
Irish stand-up comedian's life in China as a waiter and dating show contestant inspires hit comedy show.
The battle for the best turned sour between Peking University (PKU) and Tsinghua University (THU) as the two aired an enrollment feud on social media.
A Chinese man recently discovered that the two "pet dogs" he'd been raising for the last two years are actually Asian black bears.
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.
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.