Monday, January 4, 2016
A Hong Kong lawmaker said Sunday he believes Chinese security officers kidnapped five publishing company employees who have gone missing in the city, possibly because of a planned book about the former love life of mainland Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
Sunday, January 3, 2016
A missing Hong Kong employee from a publisher of books critical of China was "assisting in an investigation," his wife said Saturday, as police also probe the disappearance of his colleagues.
Saturday, January 2, 2016
A Hong Kong employee of a publishing firm known for producing books critical of the Chinese government has gone missing, his wife said Friday, following the earlier apparent disappearance of four colleagues.
Mainland China's godfather of rock Cui Jian says his basic message of personal freedom hasn't changed in his new album, even if the world has.
A mainland Chinese publisher has recalled the latest Chinese-language translation of a work by Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore, after it drew sharp criticism in India that it is too vulgar and strays too far from the original text.
Friday, January 1, 2016
Hong Kong University students and alumni voiced fury Thursday after a pro-Beijing official was appointed to a senior role, as tension mounts over what critics see as political interference in the city's education system.
Straight in at No. 1 on the mainland Chinese authorities' banned songs chart is IN3, a trio of brash, tattooed rappers who mix the earthy language of Beijing's streets with classic hip hop beats. And No. 2. And No. 3. And so on, down to No. 17.
Sunday, December 20, 2015
Mainland China's tourism authority named and shamed another five tourists for bad behavior and says it is working with airlines on a possible flying ban.
Beijing was enveloped in eye-watering, throat-irritating smog on Saturday as the second red alert of the month went into effect in the mainland Chinese city, forcing many cars off the roads and restricting factory production.
Thursday, December 17, 2015
Hong Kong auction houses are looking for novel ways to keep their sales buoyant in the face of mainland China's economic slowdown -- from creating boozy bidding parties to selling items from outer space.