China

Uygur women are navy's latest wave
  • Papa John's restaurant used old dough

    A Papa John's chain in Nanjing, East China, was suspended for using expired dough to make pizza crusts, in the latest scandal to hit fast food industry.

  • Lawsuit challenges alleged gay 'cure'

    A Chinese court began hearing the country's first-ever lawsuit by a homosexual man subjected to a treatment that was supposed to "cure" his sexual preference.

  • Xinjiangers condemn murder of imam

    People from all walks of life and ethnic groups have condemned the murder of the imam of China's largest mosque in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region by extremists on Wednesday.

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Culture

Under Western Eyes

Entertainment

Street snap: A fashion trend in Beijing

Shaolin: Fists of fame

More than 2,000 foreigners who head to Shaolin Temple every year to learn kung fu.

Keeping the peace

Chinese peacekeepers work the ground as part of the country's increasingly important role in UN peacekeeping efforts, report Zhang Yan and Wang Qian.

Eyeballing online

Chinese Internet TV and media devices are revolutionizing information and entertainment even as traditional counterparts face demise, Bao Wanxian reports in Tianjin.

Reading into an online age

Physical bookstores in China look set to live out their last days even as their cyber counterparts
expand on the back of imported off erings.

China helps fight international war on drugs

Crackdown on terrorist attacks

While China is knitting an anti-terrorist security network, the nation still needs to prepare its people to fight the war on terror, thereby mobilizing its most powerful weapon.

My China Story: Meeting the master

Adventures can happen to you anywhere: when you are away from home, when you are walking on the street, or they can come with a curious encounter, in my case, for example.

Long march to end employment bias

This special sheds light on employment discrimination in China, including how job ads specify gender and age preferences and recent discrimination cases in China.

Variety is the spice of academic life

Documents prove the truth can't be buried

Newly deciphered Japanese wartime archives offer fresh evidence of atrocities committed by Japanese troops during the invasion of China.

Race to remember story of resistance

As next year's 70th anniversary of China's victory in the war against the Japanese approaches, historians and local residents are rediscovering the history of the shadowy group whose members were Hong Kong's only defenders during the occupation.

Strait talking: From enemy to friend

For almost 40 years, a succession of rival "frontier broadcasters" fought for dominance of the airways across the Taiwan Straits. Later, some of the main players became firm friends. Peng Yining reports from Xiamen, Fujian province.

Euro, Asia on alert over ebola outbreak

Fears that the Ebola outbreak could spread grew with Europe and Asia on alert and a leading medical charity warning the epidemic was out of control.

Multinational bribery cases mount up

Prosecutors have handled an increasing number of cases involving bribery offered by multinational companies to China's government officials.

Snowden's asylum status ending

US intelligence agent Edward Snowden marked one year of political asylum in Russia on Thursday, where he continues to live a life shrouded in mystery.

Papa John 'use old dough' in China

A Papa John's chain in Nanjing, East China, was suspended for using expired dough to make pizza crusts, in the latest scandal to hit fast food industry.

China-Europe

Europe map dotted with Huawei R&D
  • Free-trade area gets big dose of medicine

    German healthcare operator and medical product provider Artemed Group said on July 22 that it would set up a hospital in Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone.

  • Promoting the modern Mersey beat

    In 19th century, when the first batch of Chinese immigrants arrived in Europe by sea, many headed for Liverpool in northwest England, creating what is still considered the continent's oldest Chinese community.

  • The British PM who loved China

    Visitors now have the opportunity to visit the former home of Sir Edward Heath, the prime minister who famously was instrumental in establishing full diplomatic relationship between the UK and China.

Europe

Ceramic poppies take shape at London Tower to mark WWI
  • When a gardener meets a floral fairy

    German body-painting artist Joerg Duesterwald poses with a model he painted in flowers from head-to-toe, as part of his project "Working Art".

  • Obama writes to Putin over missile treaty

    US President Barack Obama has written to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin over Moscow's breach of a 1987 missile treaty, the White House said on Tuesday.

  • US to send new ambassador to Russia

    The Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved the nomination of John Tefft, a career diplomat and former ambassador to Ukraine, Georgia and Lithuania, to be the new envoy to Moscow.

World

Soldiers can double in brass
  • Snowden stays below the radar

    US intelligence agent Edward Snowden marked one year of political asylum in Russia on Thursday, where he continues to live a life shrouded in mystery.

  • Ebola fears grow across globe

    Fears that the Ebola outbreak could spread grew with Europe and Asia on alert and a leading medical charity warning the epidemic was out of control.

  • India, US stress strategic ties but tensions remain

    The United States and India stressed their desire to boost business and defense ties on Thursday, but trade and spying rows were a reminder of the obstacles to US President Barack Obama's vision of a "defining" partnership.

Sports

Neymar says back improving during Japan trip
War in Mideast
  • Winning the people's long-term trust

    The investigation into Zhou Yongkang shows the world that the leadership headed by President Xi Jinping is determined to rid the Party and government at all levels of corrupt officials.

  • Beware of damage from nepotism

    Whether it is the Old Boys network in Japan, Bhai-Bhatijabaad in India, or guanxi in China, nepotism has been writ large in Asian societies.

  • Bid for outside help a failure

    Hong Kong's 'opposition' camp is discovering how little support it has in the international community for its unconstitutional cause.

Travel

Who is eligible to visit the DPRK?
  • Tourists' tales

    I have always wanted to visit the DPRK. That part of the world has fascinated me since I was very young. But since the two Koreas were separated after World War II, I had no idea how to get there.

  • Go to town for the beat spas

    It’s summer, when the body is stressed by heat and humidity and the demands of work. If you cannot find time to travel to all those relaxing island resorts, Xu Junqian suggests you look closer to home for some pampering.

  • Macao,When the sun sets Macao

    The nightlife in Macao is like a never-ending carnival with hundreds of flamboyant and neon-lit entertainment venues, especially in the central business district near the Lisboa Hotel.

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