As Tibetan riders waved rifles and dug cowboy-booted feet into their horses' flanks, hanging sideways from their mounts, tourists and locals cheered and snapped pictures on digital cameras and smartphones.
Candidates banned from standing for election in Hong Kong because they are advocating a split from mainland China led the city's first pro-independence rally Friday as tension over the upcoming vote escalates.
A mainland Chinese lawyer was sentenced to seven years in prison Thursday in the third in a series of subversion trials demonstrating the mainland's ruling Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) determination to silence independent human rights activists and government critics.
When the buzzword changed from "copy to China" to "copying China", pioneers of world's internet industry were impressed by the implementation of mobile internet and mobile applications created in the country.
Chinese internet major LeEco is in talks with online video-streaming site Netflix Inc for possible cooperation in content, and details could be announced in September, as the Beijing-based firm steps up efforts to expand its presence in the United States.
Marathons have become a lifestyle choice for many in China, with the market value of the industry exceeding 100 billion yuan ($15.1 billion) as 800 marathons are expected to be held across the nation by 2020, a report said.
After extending its lead over Apple Inc in the global smartphone market with the Galaxy S7, Samsung Electronics Co is now trying to keep that spirit alive before a new iPhone arrives.
A mainland Chinese legal rights activist was sentenced to 7 1/2 years in prison on subversion charges Wednesday, in the second in a series of cases underscoring the mainland's ruling Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) determination to rein in critics.
The mainland's Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is to impose tighter controls on its youth wing, state media reported, in what analysts said was a move to undermine a powerful political faction allied to mainland executive chief Li Keqiang.
In the late 1980s, Japan had over-inflated stock and property markets. Its companies, fleeing the lack of opportunities in Japan itself, vastly overpaid for all manner of US assets. I often dreamed that some Japanese investor would overpay for the house I owned at the time.