China confirmed Monday that it is investigating six Japanese citizens, following a Japanese news report that Chinese authorities had detained six men possibly for spying.
China and Asean countries on Thursday approved a draft framework of the South China Sea Code of Conduct (COC), marking a milestone in peacefully resolving the South China Sea issue.
Google's artificial intelligence program AlphaGo faces the world's top-ranked Go player.
The government says its for "renovations," but Tibetans aren't happy.
Officials from the two countries meet for the second day, with the THAAD missile system expected to come up for discussion.
U.S. slams actions in East China Sea as "unprofessional."
Claims of malicious software being widespread are malicious rumors, officials say.
Beijing and Washington announced Friday an agreement giving U.S. beef, natural gas and certain financial services access to China's massive market in a deal highlighting the warm ties nurtured by their presidents.
A leading Chinese human rights lawyer admitted to getting "brainwashed" overseas at the opening of his trial on Monday, the court said, in a case which sparked an international outcry after allegations he was tortured.
If you've ever been stuck in China wanting to check your Facebook or Twitter feed but unable to do so because of the Great Firewall, then enjoy this piece of poetic justice: WeChat, China's biggest instant messaging app, has been blocked in an overseas country.