Sunday, February 8, 2015
Saturday, February 7, 2015
A secretly appointed Roman Catholic bishop detained by China for the past 14 years due to its feud over authority with the Vatican has died at age 94, a Roman Catholic website said Friday.
Friday, February 6, 2015
China has released on bail a Canadian woman under investigation for undermining state security while her husband has been held on spying charges, Beijing said Thursday, six months after they were detained., 1 Comment
A herdsman in China's remote far west has struck gold after stumbling upon a huge nugget of the precious metal estimated to be worth at least US$250,000, state media reported Thursday.
Thursday, February 5, 2015
China's central bank said Wednesday it would make an across-the-board cut in the percentage of funds banks must hold in reserve, the first such cut in nearly three years as the world's second-largest economy falters.
China announced Wednesday that users of blogs and chat rooms will be required to register their names with operators and promise in writing to avoid challenging the communist political system, further tightening control over Internet use.
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Alibaba founder Jack Ma has defended his company's reputation after authorities accused it of allowing “illegal” actions on its multi-billion-dollar online shopping platform, saying he does not want it to be seen as a hub for fake products.
One of the 36 funerals for the victims of a New Year's Eve crush in Shanghai was held Tuesday, after authorities finally allowed the ceremonies to go ahead.
A Chinese solar energy tycoon has replaced e-commerce giant Alibaba's founder Jack Ma as the country's richest man with a fortune of US$26 billion, a wealth survey showed Tuesday.
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
China said Monday it opposed foreign leaders meeting the Dalai Lama “in any form,” ahead of a public appearance by the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader with U.S. President Barack Obama.