Hong Kong actor Andy Lau has been injured while working in Thailand.
In a move to rein in extravagance, a city in Southwest China's Guizhou province bans remarried couples from holding wedding banquets.
At 4 a.m. the kettles crackle on a charcoal stove as regulars crowd inside an ancient Chinese temple turned teahouse, a relic in a country being overrun by Starbucks cafes.
Hong Kong's youngest legislator Nathan Law was attacked by anti-independence protesters at the city's airport late Sunday after flying back from a political forum in Taiwan.
Seven miners were confirmed dead after a falling roof triggered a gas outburst in a central Chinese coal mine, bringing the death toll to 12, state media said Friday.
At least 400 Ugandan workers at a Chinese-owned construction company went on strike Tuesday to protest alleged sexual harassment by managers and poor pay.
A high-ranking city official in China burst into a government meeting Wednesday and shot the mayor and city party secretary before killing himself, state media reported.
Hong Kong's former leader Donald Tsang, who ended his term in disgrace after accepting favors from tycoons, pleaded not guilty to bribery charges Tuesday at his high-profile corruption trial.
A Chinese transgender man declared victory Tuesday after a court ruled he had been illegally fired in the country's first such unfair dismissal case, even though it cleared the company of discrimination.
China warned Hong Kong it would not tolerate anyone using the city to damage mainland stability, Beijing's top official in the city said, as concerns rise over an emerging independence movement.