Works by the first serious British artist to live and work in China—for one-third of his 78 years—are exhibited in the UK for the first time in over 50 years.
Chinese singer Tan Jing and Swedish pianist Robert Wells performed at London's Royal Albert Hall on Monday night, attracting about 6,000 spectators.
The French fashion brand Jean-Paul Gaultier has launched its fourth boutique store in China.
Despite the worsening global economic outlook, OECD projected that China's output growth will average over 9 percent from 2011 to 2012.
Two of China's pandas will head to Scotland on Sunday morning to make their debut at Edinburgh Zoo.
Chinese and foreign scientists on Monday called for more attention to tackle urgent environmental issues other than climate change.
European leaders should show a credible commitment to stand behind the single-currency system and resolve the ongoing crisis, a prerequisite for China's help, Tony Blair said.
Dagong Global Credit said on Thursday that it has downgraded the sovereign rating of Portugal, as the country's economic and fiscal situation has worsened.
Spanish automaker SEAT appealed to range of the senses on Nov 21 at the Guangzhou auto show as it presented at an event called SEAT Night.
With the continuing surge in demand for premium SUVs, China will overtake the US as the largest market for Porsche AG, the German luxury car brand in 2014.
Only 2 percent of the UK's total exports from 2000 to 2010 went to China, according to a report that claims Britain needs to reorient its exports toward emerging economies.
The Swedish premium vehicle brand Volvo AB will make China one of its global bases as it prepares for local production of the first model in the country in 2013.