Saturday, February 15, 2014
Almost 300,000 prostitutes have fled a southern Chinese city to continue business in other parts of the country following a recent wave of crackdowns on prostitution in the region, according to Taiwan's Central News agency.
Friday, February 14, 2014
Couples looking to enjoy a romantic Valentine's Day at one Chinese cinema will be out of luck this Friday, thwarted by singles who bought up all the odd-numbered seats.
A 21-year-old driver crashed his Ferrari at high speed in Beijing, killing a passenger and injuring another, media reported Thursday, sparking comparisons with a scandal that rocked China's ruling Communist Party two years ago.
Saturday, February 8, 2014
A Chinese woman who allegedly hacked off the ears of her six-year-old nephew has been arrested, state media reported Friday, in a chilling assault that police say was triggered by a family dispute.
Friday, February 7, 2014
More than 2,000 people were evacuated and roads closed in central Hong Kong Thursday after a World War II bomb weighing almost a ton was discovered in a construction site, police said.
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Two brothers charged with trying to extort nearly US$13,000 from Hollywood director Michael Bay while he was shooting the latest “Transformers” film in Hong Kong have pleaded not guilty, local media reported Tuesday.
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Working long hours away from home for low pay and little time off, life is tough for foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong, but for some the city has brought sexual liberation unheard of in their home countries.
Thursday, January 30, 2014
Hong Kong Wednesday reported its third death from H7N9 bird flu — an elderly man who had visited mainland China — a day after authorities culled 22,000 birds to curb the disease.
Chinese official media and web users poured scorn on local government officials Wednesday after they gave multi-millionaire tennis star Li Na an 800,000 yuan (US$132,000) reward for winning the Australian Open.
As millions join the world's largest annual human migration, some in China will not return home for the Lunar New Year, fearing the rising costs of seasonal gifts and ridicule from their families.