The major shareholder in Australia's largest casino operator voiced concerns on Tuesday after the Chinese government announced that a senior executive and two other Australians had been detained in an investigation of suspected gambling crimes, in an apparent crackdown on overseas tours for high rollers.
A woman plays a computer game at the new online video game competition center at Shanghai's Buynow shopping mall on Thursday, Oct. 13. As Beijing pushes for online video game competitions to become an official sports category, electronic notebook-maker Clevo Group (藍天電腦集團) announced that it would devote resources to expanding its gaming products and said it would set up its own gaming competition team.
Chinese social media users were in an uproar Friday over restoration of a 700-year-old section of the Great Wall that has been covered in cement, turning it into a smooth, flat-topped path.
The famed Michelin food guide launched its first edition in mainland China Wednesday, awarding stars to elegant luxury establishments as well as a humble haunt serving up Cantonese staples.
Tigers at a wildlife park in Beijing killed one woman and injured another after the pair left their vehicle following an argument, Chinese media reported Sunday.
An amphibious plane crashed into a highway bridge on the edge of the Chinese commercial hub Shanghai on Wednesday, killing five people and injuring five more, according to the city government and local media.
Stuffed into a tiny room off an alleyway are items that Wang Jinming readily admits were put out with the garbage: Paper string, a needle holder, a metal pancake maker built for thrusting into a fire.
A gargantuan gold-painted statue of Communist China's founding father Mao Zedong has suddenly been demolished, apparently for lacking government approval, state media said Friday, days after images of it went viral.
Rescuers have dropped provisions to four Shandong province mine workers trapped for 10 days in a wrecked gypsum mine and are slowly drilling a route to save them, mainland state media said Monday.
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.