Lan Fo’an is new Party chief of Finance Ministry: reports

China has designated Lan Fo’an as the Communist Party chief of the Ministry of Finance, signaling his imminent promotion to the role of finance minister during

Taiwan launches first home-made submarine for testing, China condemns

Taiwan's leader launched the island’s first domestically made submarine for testing yesterday at a port in Kaohsiung. The submarine, if successful in its tests, will

Chinese ambassador says Australian lawmakers who visit Taiwan utilized by separatists

China's ambassador to Australia yesterday criticized Australian politicians who visit Taiwan, saying they are being utilized by separatists on the self-governing island. Ambassador Xiao Qian was

Defense minister has been MIA for a month, ministry declines to comment

A Chinese Defense Ministry spokesperson said yesterday that he was “not aware of the situation” in the ministry’s first public comments on the disappearance of the defense minister

Giant panda Fan Xing leaves a Dutch zoo for her home country

Giant panda Fan Xing began a long journey home — to a country she has never visited. The 3-year-old was given a ceremonial send off

Xi says confidence ‘more valuable than gold’ in march toward rejuvenation

President Xi Jinping attended a grand reception held in Beijing to celebrate the 74th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China and delivered an important

China accuses Taipei of using economic and trade issues to seek independence

The Chinese government yesterday accused Taiwan’s ruling party of seeking independence, a day after the self-governing island’s president lobbied for Australia’s support in joining a regional trade

China allegedly puts Evergrande’s billionaire founder in police custody: report

Hui Ka Yan, the billionaire chairman of  According to the report yesterday, Hui was “taken away by Chinese police earlier this month and is being monitored

With spying charges behind him, NYPD officer now fighting to be reinstated

A suspended New York City police officer who had been accused -- then later cleared -- of spying for China is fighting to be reinstated, but the department

China goes on charm offensive at Asian Games, but doesn’t back down from regional confrontations

A month before the Asian Games, China released a new national map, doubling down on its claims to almost the entire South China Sea and disputed border

India, US army chiefs call for free and stable Indo-Pacific as Chinese influence grows

India's army chief yesterday said the country was committed to maintaining a free and stable Indo-Pacific, where the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all nations is

Philippine coast guard says it removed Chinese barrier in disputed shoal

The Philippine coast guard said it has complied with a presidential order to remove a floating barrier placed by China’s coast guard to prevent Filipino fishing boats

Philippines vows to remove floating barrier placed by China’s coast guard at a disputed lagoon

Philippine officials vowed yesterday to remove a floating barrier placed by China’s coast guard to prevent Filipino fishing boats from entering a disputed lagoon in the South

The chairman of city’s leading journalist group found guilty of obstructing a police officer

The chairman of Hong Kong’s leading journalist group was found guilty of obstructing a police officer yesterday in a court case that sparked concerns about the

Xi calls on Zhejiang to write new chapter in advancing Chinese modernization

President Xi Jinping has urged east China’s Zhejiang Province to strive toward writing a new chapter in advancing Chinese modernization. Xi, also general secretary of the Communist

League of Legends, other esports join Asian Games in competition for the first time

The world of online gaming takes its place this year at the Asian Games as an official event for the first time, with gold medals in

Lots of dignitaries and impressive digital effects as the Asian Games open

The opening ceremony of the Asian Games on Saturday in China offered all the staples of a major international sports event. Dignitaries greeted General Secretary

Taliban send all-male team to Asian Games but Afghan women come from outside

In the first Asian Games since the Taliban regained control of Afghanistan, two teams of athletes arrived in the Chinese city of Hangzhou, looking very different.

Bashar Assad arrives in China on first visit since the beginning of Syria conflict

Syrian President Bashar Assad arrived in China yesterday on his first visit to the country since the start of Syria’s 12-year conflict during which Beijing has been

Jimmy Lai’s son fears media mogul may die in detention while awaiting trial

The son of jailed Hong Kong media mogul and prominent pro-democracy activist Jimmy Lai said this week he did not want to see his father die

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