Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Greek Deputy Prime Minister Ioannis Dragasakis will visit China this week, Beijing's foreign ministry announced Monday, as concerns over the cash-strapped country's financial crisis intensify.
Sunday, March 22, 2015
A Chinese airline on Saturday completed the country's first commercial flight using biofuel, made from waste cooking oil, as the government seeks to promote greater environmental sustainability., 1 Comment
Saturday, March 21, 2015
A U.S.-subsidized advocacy group that helps Internet users inside China bypass blockages on censored content says it is suffering a mysterious denial-of-service attack disrupting its operations.
Reuters news websites were inaccessible in China on Friday, the latest Western news organization to be blocked in a country where censors keep a tight grip over information.
Tibetans who set themselves on fire in protest at Chinese rule face “extreme physical and psychological suffering” if they survive, a rights group said, alleging amputations, repression and forced disappearances.
A Hong Kong man who was accused of killing, dismembering, salting and cooking his parents was found guilty of double murder Friday.
Hands sheathed in white gloves, Alvin Hu's dream of serving as butler to China's growing ranks of super-rich faced an unlikely challenge: a dinner plate piled high with multicolored toy bricks., 1 Comment
Gold jewelry demand cooled in China in 2014, in sharp contrast to the frenzied off take in 2013 and plunged 33 percent year-on-year to 624 metric tonnes, according to data published by the World Gold Council on Thursday.
Friday, March 20, 2015
Chinese authorities have announced plans to boost the number of electric, hybrid and other alternative fuel-powered vehicles used for public transportation, while sales of such cars for private use have spiked in recent months.
The former chairman of the stated-owned parent of PetroChina Ltd., Asia's biggest oil producer, was indicted Thursday in a spreading anti-corruption crackdown.