On April 6, Ivanka Trump's company won provisional approval from the Chinese government for three new trademarks for jewelry, spa services and ladies' bags. Her company already holds 16 registered trademarks in China. The news has attracted much negative press in the US, as the media believes Ivanka and her family are deeply involved in China contacts and policy.
China-Europe freight rail services have become a vital part of the “One Belt, One Road” initiative and helped boost economic cooperation between countries and regions along the route, although concerns over high operating costs persist, experts said Sunday.
French police on Sunday evacuated a polling station in Besancon, east France, after a suspicious vehicle was abandoned with the engine running, according to local media.
The idea of the China-Russia-India strategic triangle need not be viewed as futile since an active and positive global role of the three countries could contribute to a more just and balanced world order that China has been promoting. But the basis of such a triangle is that the parties concerned respect the national interests of the others, which India should particularly take note of.
United Airlines will no longer use law enforcement officers to remove passengers from overbooked flights after global outrage erupted over a video showing a passenger dragged from one of its planes in Chicago.
German authorities arrested a suspected Islamist on Wednesday in connection with an attack on a bus carrying players of one of the country's top soccer teams, a spokesperson for the Federal Prosecutor's Office said.
Kurdish militants on Wednesday claimed responsibility for a bomb attack on a police compound in southeast Turkey that killed three people, saying more than 2 tons of explosives were planted in a tunnel under the complex.
China and India filed competing bids for Tibetan medicine to be included in the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage list, with Chinese experts saying "Tibetan-in-exile" communities in India will not give India an edge.
Sao Tome and Principe Prime Minister Patrice Trovoada has begun his official visit to China, the first trip since the country cut "diplomatic ties" with Taiwan in December 2016.
China’s economic might is attracting more overseas Chinese students home, with over 2.6 million of them having already returned and still growing, government data shows.
Mandarin learning is gaining growing popularity in the US, as President Donald Trump's granddaughter made a splash on social media for singing a Chinese folk song and reciting ancient poems in front of Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife at a summit last Friday.
"If I hadn't had a chance to study at the Dandelion school, I would have gone back to my hometown to finish middle school, or just dropped out and followed in my parents' footsteps like many of my friends did," said Selina Qiong, a 23-year-old from a small village in Central China's Henan Province.
Known as the most daring anti-corruption TV series ever, In the Name of the People has distinguished itself with its relatively bold approach to sensitive political issues.
Simba the lion and Lula the bear, the ailing last two residents of Mosul zoo, were flown out of Iraq Monday to receive emergency care from an animal welfare group.
If there was a global contest for winning elections, Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan would see himself as the undisputed - and undefeated - heavyweight champion of the world.
Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos confirmed Monday that the death toll from Saturday's landslide in Mocoa had increased to 262, including 43 children.
Casualties in St. Petersburg metro explosion on Monday have risen to 56, with at least 11 killed and 45 wounded, according to Russia's Anti-Terrorist Committee.
There appears to be no end in sight for Chinese conglomerate HNA Group's global shopping spree, counting assets in oil storage, real estate, banking and media involving millions of dollars as its latest potential and actual deals.