Monday, May 27, 2013
When she refused to sign a form renouncing her faith, Wang Chunying said she was handcuffed between two bunkbeds for 16 hours, deprived of food, water and sleep as she felt her wrists bleeding.
Police surrounded a Chinese village on Sunday to prevent pilgrims from joining a Catholic parade to honor the Virgin Mary, who locals say appeared in the village a century ago.
Three Chinese government ships sailed in waters around disputed islands controlled by Tokyo for about five hours on Sunday, Japan's coast guard said.
Sunday, May 26, 2013
Switzerland and China cleared the final hurdle Friday towards a landmark free-trade agreement, as Beijing seeks to underscore its growing global ties via deals with European partners.
Saturday, May 25, 2013
Three men were charged on Friday in a Hong Kong court with possessing false documents including a check for US$460 million in connection with an investigation into the city's shuttered Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange.
Friday, May 24, 2013
Manufacturing activity in China contracted in May for the first time in seven months, HSBC said Thursday, in another sign of the weakness of recovery in the world's second-largest economy.
Chinese computer maker Lenovo Group Thursday announced a jump in net profit for the financial year of 34 percent, despite the slowing PC market.
A Chinese businessman who allegedly killed a man 16 years ago and went on the run, setting up a new life as a university professor, has been held after the victim's brother found him, reports said Thursday.
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang vowed to strengthen his country's partnership with Pakistan Wednesday as he began an official visit less than a fortnight after the country's general election.
A mentally ill man stabbed six primary school students and an adult woman in the latest of a string of attacks on Chinese schoolchildren, authorities said Wednesday.