For the first time in decades, China has fewer people than it did at the start of last year, according to official figures released yesterday.
China's trade surplus swelled to a record $877.6 billion last year as exports rose despite weakening U.S. and European demand and anti-virus controls that temporarily shut
China's new foreign minister, Qin Gang, has sidestepped a new call by the African Union for permanent representation on the U.N. Security Council during his visit to
China renewed its threats yesterday to attack Taiwan and warned that foreign politicians who interact with the self-governing island are “playing with fire.” A spokesperson
Wang Jian is anxious to get back to work teaching basketball to children now that China has lifted anti-COVID-19 restrictions. But his gym in the eastern
The U.S has accused a former military pilot of illegally training Chinese military pilots, and is trying to extradite him from Australia. But the pilot’s lawyer
Lithuanian lawmakers on a visit to Taiwan took aim at China yesterday, saying the world’s second largest economy tried to use all sorts of measures to
China suspended visas today (Tuesday) for South Koreans to come to the country for tourism or business in apparent retaliation for COVID-19 testing requirements on Chinese travelers.
The Chinese military held large-scale joint combat strike drills starting Sunday, sending war planes and navy vessels toward Taiwan, both the Chinese and Taiwanese defense ministries said. The
China’s health care authorities declined to include Pfizer’s COVID-19 treatment drug in a national reimbursement list that would have allowed patients to get it at a cheaper
China’s new Foreign Minister Qin Gang is starting his term with a weeklong trip to five African countries, the Foreign Ministry announced yesterday. Qin, who until
After years of separation from his wife in mainland China, Hong Kong resident Cheung Seng-bun made sure to be among the first in line following the
The head of the World Health Organization said yesterday [Macau time[ the agency is “concerned about the risk to life in China” amid the coronavirus’ explosive spread
Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has cited stable ties with China during a visit to Beijing in which he has sought to downplay territorial disputes in
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