Chinese Premier Li Keqiang gave affirmation Friday to reforms of ports and shipping businesses by a local logistics firm in the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone (FTZ), and required other government agencies to learn from and promote the reforms so as to stimulate port construction along with the Yangzi River.
A school with only two teachers and one student started classes on August 31, 2014, the first day of what will presumably a very lonely academic year, in East China’s ...
As right-wing dialogue dominates Japan’s cabinet and nationalism on the rise, liberals in Japan are facing greater pressure and isolation. Experts say Tokyo is waging a culture war to rehabilitate ...
Beijing conducted a drill against air raids on Saturday to enhance the handling such attacks.
China on Saturday published documents chronicling a battle between Chinese and Japanese forces in 1943, involving more than 300,000 troops.
To increase cleaner power generation and cut greenhouse gas emissions, China will order power firms nationwide to upgrade coal conservation technology and eliminate outdated capacity.
China has closed nearly 1.8 million social networking and instant messaging accounts since April this year when it launched a campaign to purge the Internet of obscure contents.
Chinese President Xi Jinping returned to Beijing on Friday night after a trip to central and south Asia.
Death toll from Typhoon Kalmaegi has risen to eight in China Saturday as one more death was reported from Southwest China's Yunnan Province.
China secured nine of the 64 Olympic shooting berths on offer during the world championships in Granada, Spain.
China called here Friday on the international community to provide support for Iraq in its efforts to combat terrorism.
Pakistan on Friday said it appreciates China's support for the country's quest to become member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) as the group has agreed to expand its membership.
Activists hang a banner against Apple outside an Apple store during the launch of the iPhone 6 in Hong Kong on Friday. Photo: AFP
The China branch of British drug maker GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has been fined 3 billion yuan ($489 million) for paying bribes on Friday, a verdict the firm “fully accepts” in a contrite statement.
The Chinese central government on Friday approved a plan that maps out major climate change goals to be accomplished by 2020.
A former senior official with China’s top economic body will stand on trial next week in Hebei Province, according to a local court’s announcement on Friday.