Thursday, December 5, 2013
British Prime Minister David Cameron faced demands for the return of priceless artifacts looted from Beijing in the 19th century on Wednesday, the last day of his visit to China.
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
The WTO launches a frantic drive on Tuesday to salvage its floundering efforts to liberalize global trade at a summit laced with potential make-or-break implications for the body's global influence.
Three Chinese anti-corruption activists who unfurled banners calling for government officials to declare their assets stood trial Tuesday for “illegal assembly,” a lawyer said, despite an official campaign against graft.
Online group-shopping platform Juhuasuan (聚划算), a subsidiary of the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba (阿里巴巴), yesterday announced a new limited-time program to sell Taiwanese agricultural products starting on Dec. 17 and lasting for three days.
Beijing denied Tuesday it had sought to target Bloomberg news agency by blocking one of its reporters from a joint event with British Prime Minister David Cameron and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
British Prime Minister David Cameron stressed his country is open to Chinese investment Monday on his first visit to China since meeting the Dalai Lama, keeping human rights to the sidelines., 1 Comment
China launched its first moon rover mission early Monday, the latest step in an ambitious space program seen as a symbol of its rising global stature.
One of China's top movie directors has admitted having three children with his current wife, according to a studio media posting, apologizing after months of speculation he broke the country's controversial family planning laws.
Chinese manufacturing barely expanded in November, growing at about the same rate as the previous month, two surveys showed in further evidence that the world's No. 2 economy is undergoing a sluggish recovery.