Saturday, February 15, 2014
China's consumer inflation held steady in January, easing pressure on communist leaders to control living costs as they launch ambitious economic reforms.
Friday, February 14, 2014
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry held talks in Seoul Thursday on curbing North Korea's nuclear program, as the two Koreas locked horns at rare, high-level talks over looming South Korea-U.S. military drills.
Documents related to the Nanjing Massacre are being submitted for inclusion on a UNESCO list by authorities in the Chinese city, state media reported Thursday, after uproar over a Japanese bid to include suicide pilots' farewell letters.
Hong Kong's status as a bastion of press freedom is being eroded by creeping self-censorship under pressure from Beijing and media bosses loath to lose business in China, insiders are warning.
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.
Microsoft on Wednesday denied censoring Chinese-language search results across the globe, but the group behind the accusation stood firm.
China's Cabinet has announced that 10 billion yuan (US$1.6 billion) has been set aside this year to reward cities and regions that make significant progress in controlling air pollution, highlighting how the issue has become a priority for the leadership.
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.
China's troubled Jade Rabbit lunar rover has survived a bitterly cold 14-day lunar night, officials said Thursday, prompting hopes it can be repaired after suffering a malfunction last month.
Thursday, February 13, 2014