Japan PM says dialogue with China, S. Korea key to stability

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said Tuesday that talks with China’s leader are key to regional and international peace and stability amid growing tensions over territorial

Man gets 18-month term for sex assault of Alibaba employee

A man involved in a high-profile sexual assault against an Alibaba employee was sentenced to 18 months in prison yesterday, months after the employee went public

South China floods force tens of thousands to evacuate

Major flooding has forced the evacuation of tens of thousands of people in southern China, with more rain expected. Parts of the manufacturing hub

Two women still hospitalized after brutal attack in China

Two of the four female victims remain hospitalized 11 days after a group assault in northern China that sparked nationwide outrage, authorities said yesterday, as they

UN biodiversity summit moved from China over Covid-19 policy

A United Nations summit on biodiversity will be held in Canada instead of China, organizers announced yesterday, the second major international event to be moved from China

Iconic Jumbo Restaurant capsizes in South China Sea

The iconic Jumbo Floating Restaurant capsized on Sunday after encountering adverse conditions while passing Xisha Islands in the South China Sea. Water entered into the

Magnitude 6.0 earthquake shakes central Taiwan coast

A magnitude 6.0 earthquake shook Taiwan yesterday morning. There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.The quake struck at 9:05 a.m. at a depth of 6.8 kilometers

Gov’t defends ‘zero-Covid’ after US envoy warns of costs

China on Friday defended its tough “zero-COVID” policy after the U.S. ambassador said it was causing serious damage to the global economy and foreign business sentiment.

Biden, mulling tariff decision, will talk soon to China’s Xi

President Joe Biden said Saturday he plans to talk to Chinese leader Xi Jinping soon as he considers whether to lift some Trump-era tariffs on

Detroit honors Vincent Chin, Asian American killed in 1982

“Although hate crimes existed, Vincent Chin did bring out a flash point for Asian Americans,” Stanley Mark, senior staff attorney at the New York-based Asian American Legal Defense

Chinese destroyer on long-distance exercises in Sea of Japan

  One of China’s largest and most capable combat ships is conducting long-distance exercises in the Sea of Japan, state media reported yesterday, in a display of

Xi talks with Putin over phone, insists on ‘proper settlement of the Ukraine crisis’

Chinese President Xi Jinping yesterday held a phone conversation with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, where the two heads of state reiterated their views on the

Spy agencies’ focus on China could snare Chinese Americans

As U.S. intelligence agencies ramp up their efforts against China, top officials acknowledge they may also end up collecting more phone calls and emails from Chinese Americans,

Last Australian government lost Chinese votes: strategist

The previous Australian government’s stance against a more aggressive China drove away many Chinese-Australian voters at recent elections who considered the administration’s language had licensed racism,

Six dead in mainland as rain triggers landslides, house collapse

Heavy rain in China has claimed six lives this week and forced the evacuation of some 200,000 people. Five people died in southeastern China, according

Factory activity rebounds as anti-virus curbs ease

China's factory output rebounded in May, adding to a recovery from the latest COVID-induced economic slump after controls that shut down Shanghai and other industrial centers eased.

Xi talks with Putin over phone: No direct mention of Ukraine

Chinese President Xi Jinping this afternoon (Wednesday) held a phone conversation with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, Xinhua reported a few minutes ago. It was Xi's second phone call with

Victim of pandemic, floating restaurant towed away

A landmark floating restaurant that fed Cantonese cuisine and seafood to Queen Elizabeth II, Tom Cruise and millions of other diners was towed from the Hong Kong

City mayor apologizes over lockdown response

The mayor of a northeastern Chinese city on the North Korean border that has been under lockdown for more than 50 days has apologized for failures

Virus cluster at nightclub sets off new Beijing clampdown

China's capital has put school online in one of its major districts amid a new COVID-19 outbreak linked to a nightclub, while life has yet to

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