China, the world's biggest cigarette producer and consumer, aims to impose national smoking-control regulations by the end of this year, authorities said Tuesday.
Entertainer Douglass Fearon attributes part of his success to the fact that "I'm an anomaly -- I'm a black man in China."
Apple Inc introduced a free replacement program on Monday that aims to solve recent reports on the unexpected shut down of its iPhone 6s.
Great Wall Club Inc, the company behind the Global Mobile Internet Conference, is ramping up resources to help internet companies to enter India, betting big on the potential market.
Tencent Holdings plans to continue its bold push into the international film business.
China is likely to surpass Japan in insurance premium this year, second only to the United States, predicted Wei Yingning, former vice-chairman of China Insurance Regulatory Commission, in Beijing on Sunday.
If they were anywhere else in Beijing, the five young women in cowboy hats and matching red, white, and blue costumes would look wildly out of place.
Hong Kong's leader said Chinese President Xi Jinping has affirmed his handling of a political dispute in the Chinese-ruled territory in which two recently elected legislators were barred from taking their seats.
As global trade flows shrank over the last five years, red ink blotted container shipping lines' financial results, pushing them into alliances that are reshaping the market, creating new buzz phrases like resource integration, big size, operational efficiencies and route specialization.
People's Liberation Army (PLA) and U.S. troops staged joint drills Friday in an effort to better coordinate a response to humanitarian disasters and build confidence between their militaries that remain deeply wary of each other.