Sunday, March 30, 2014
China Southern Airlines, the country's biggest airline by fleet size, said net profit for 2013 fell more than 20 percent, the latest Chinese carrier to be hit by a weak economy and stiff competition.
China appears to have decided to stop accepting lists of prisoners whom foreign governments want released, a prominent human rights advocate said Friday.
Saturday, March 29, 2014
The remains of 437 Chinese soldiers killed in the Korean War returned home Friday, more than 60 years after an armistice ended the fighting.
A multinational fleet of planes and ships raced Friday to a fresh search zone after a “credible new lead” that Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was flying faster than first thought before it plunged into the remote Indian Ocean.
Several top online travel agencies in China have announced a boycott of Malaysia Airlines (MAS) until it “gets to the bottom of the truth on Flight MH370,” it was reported on Friday.
Friday, March 28, 2014
Beijing and Paris signed scores of deals Wednesday worth 18 billion euros (US$25 billion) on the second day of a lavish state visit by Chinese leader Xi Jinping, in what President Francois Hollande said would bring much-needed growth.
Russian aerospace giant Sukhoi said Wednesday it had signed a preliminary deal to sell 100 jumbo jets to a group of Chinese firms worth an estimated US$3.3 billion.
More than 10 tigers have been killed as “visual feasts” to entertain officials and rich businessmen in a Chinese city, state media reported.
One of China's largest tour operators has suspended cooperation with Malaysia Airlines and said it will cancel existing flight arrangements with the carrier., 2 Comments
A Chinese activist who investigated whether shoddy construction caused the deaths of thousands of children when their schools collapsed in a 2008 earthquake was released Thursday after finishing a five-year jail term, his lawyer said.