Reform is key to solving problems: Li
When Premier Li Keqiang asked Niang Maoxian for advice on Thursday, the physician didn’....
South Korea’s suicide rate triples in 20 years
BANGKOK - The suicide rate in Korea in 2012 reached 28.1 for every 100,000 people, according to Statistics Korea.
Kim Yu-na gets lunch with S Korean president
World's oldest person turns 116
HK: Paper panda
HK: Carved in bronze
86th Academy Awards: Roll out the red carpet!
Community marriage in New Delhi
Top legislator lays down guidelines for universal suffrage
Zhang Dejiang laid down a few guidelines for the 2017 Chief Executive Election by universal suffrage.
Avoid indulging in populism: Li
Tycoon Li Ka-shing said that compared with Singapore, Hong Kong was acting like a “spoiled child” and indulging in a worrying rise of political populism.
As governments around the world weigh up the cost of cutting greenhouse gas emissions, coal, the biggest polluter...
With China’s toxic air pollution already having a serious impact on the economy, the country is moving toward implementing a...
Chinese education in Indonesia today has its roots in the Pahoa school in Serpong, Java, the first modern Chinese school in...
Amid shock and anger arising from Kunming terror attack was a new voice of rationality, a grassroots effort to separate the...
There is another world of Japanese food that is reasonably priced and enjoyed by ordinary Japanese every day...
Saturated fat is often seen as public enemy number one in the war against cholesterol, but it may be less fearsome than it seem...
More tax reforms on agenda: Minister
China will bring more legitimacy and fairness to its taxation system in a bid to ensure....
Companies going overseas turning to widening world of opportunities
As the economy continues to slow and excess capacity builds up, many private firms find no choice but to look abroad, report Yu Ran and S...
Mentor of a generation
Former minister was instrumental in preparing Cambodia for a new economic future at the heart of ASEAN
Paving the way
Low-profile septuagenarian trade pioneer scores many first-time deals in China-Australia business relations
Indian tycoon follows father’s footsteps by expanding business conglomerate while maintaining a charitable side
Hong Kong’s capacity to receive tourists has become a heated to...
As a former Hongkonger, I have been following the ugly demonstr...
Recently, a blogger complained in a post that scrambled eggs a...Can HK afford the cost?
In his discussions with National People’s Congress (NPC) deleg...
Nagging injuries still hampering Woods as he prepares for next ...
- Witness feared Pistorius might kill himselfPRETORIA - One of the first people on the scene after Oscar Pistorius shot girlfriend Reeva Steen...
- Dramatic qualifying makes for happy hostAustralians thrilled after China locks up final Asian Cup berth
- Germany’s close call brings out boo-birdsHead coach Joachim Loew admitted Germany must improve if it is to challenge for the World Cup tit...
It’s analogue versus digital in a pair of romances for the modern world. Elizabeth Kerr....
Mandarin with a moral twist
Indonesia’s first Chinese school emphasizes Confucian teachings as well as language skills
Moderation trumps prejudice
Amid shock and anger arising from Kunming terror attack was a new voice of rationality, a grassroots effort to separate the terrorists fr...