Monday, December 1, 2014
Makers of the world's private jets are looking to promote their aircraft as business tools in China rather than luxury toys for the super-rich, as a corruption crackdown slows sales in the country.
Sunday, November 30, 2014
Hong Kong's leader admitted on Saturday that the frustration among young people over a lack of “upward mobility” was fuelling mass protests calling for free elections in the city.
Fifteen people have been killed and 14 others wounded in a “terrorist attack” in China's mostly Muslim Xinjiang region, the official Chinese news agency said Saturday.
Saturday, November 29, 2014
Chinese authorities say in a six-month report card on their security crackdown in Xinjiang that they busted 115 terrorist gangs before they could unleash violence. But tallies of death tolls in the ethnically tense region suggest the violence has continued, and may even have intensified.
China is mandating soccer courses at more and more schools to raise the level of the game and bolster its ambitions as a power in global sport, state media reported Friday.
Two prominent Chinese political activists went on trial Friday for helping to organize small-scale protests against censorship, their lawyer said, the latest prosecution in a deepening government crackdown on dissent.
Friday, November 28, 2014
China's version of Twitter, Weibo, has effectively banned users from promoting the country's most popular messaging app WeChat on its platform as the two Internet giants battle for users.
Hong Kong student protest leader Joshua Wong Thursday accused police of using violence against him during his arrest as authorities clashed with demonstrators at a flashpoint rally site.
At least 11 people were killed Thursday in the second deadly coal mine accident to hit China in two days, pointing to continuing safety issues in the industry despite a major decline in deaths among miners in recent years.
China is the new El Dorado for U.S. automakers looking to develop sales of their luxury brands, which globally are lagging behind German and Japanese competitors.