This is all a reminder to governments in Asia that there are only so many high and low rollers around.
A young woman hit her boyfriend in the head after discovering that the handbag he had bought abroad for her was a fake one. At the Secoo 2014 Luxury Appraisal Event, held recently in downtown Beijing, many passers-by decided to get their luxury products scrutinized for authenticity, including handbags, wrist watches, and apparel.
Everyone is speculating about what the Beijing police are planning.
This March, they nabbed Li Daimo, a singer; this June it was Zhang Yuan, a director; in late June, Ning Caisheng, a scriptwriter; then from July to today, they have grabbed at least six famous movie stars, ranging from the Chinese mainland to Taiwan.
The ongoing Ukraine crisis saw a new twist on Thursday as Kiev claimed that Russian forces had invaded the country. The US and the EU backed up the accusations by putting forward tougher condemnations of Russia.
Chinese society has drawn a judgment that it is detrimental to Hong Kong to allow an anti-Beijing person to lead the city.
We need free expression of culture. But we have to dwell on how it will contribute to the country’s social development.
IMF's Lagarde is put under investigation in French fraud case.
These words show low taste and will inevitably be wiped out soon.
If everyone can check real estate information, it will not be legally rational.
Hard power like economic and military strength are easily measured, but the real hurdle on the way to becoming a global power is how China maneuvers its growing soft power to better serve its purposes.
Russia cannot disregard Central Asia, despite its marginal status as compared to China’s, India’s or Iran’s.
In today’s interconnected world, hostage-takers are able to publicize their acts and thus put pressure upon their captive’s family and government alike.
With its rapid development, Latin America has begun to garner a sense of self-identity and refused to be anyone’s backyard.
The final purpose of the reform should be to build up a whole set of norms within the academic community by the rule of law.