Japan on Tuesday intensified the ongoing territorial dispute with China by setting up a new publicity office aimed at Diaoyu Islands-related propaganda issues.
Beijing on Tuesday urged Myanmar's government and ethnic Kachin forces to live up to agreements reached on Monday in China.
Chaoyang District People's Court has sentenced 10 defendants ― who included three minors ― for illegally detaining petitioners.
Chinese young people are seriously considering making a living online as the economic slowdown bites China's more conventional jobs market.
In January eight qualified foreign institutional investors, or QFIIs, gained a $1.36 billion investment quota from the State Administration of Foreign Exchange.
The default risk of some sub-provincial governments in China and their financing platforms could rise significantly during the next two years.
Bread is the staff of life. Party chief Xi Jinping showed a clear understanding of that saying as he inquired about food prices during a visit in Lanzhou.
The food safety watchdog of Shanghai vowed to crack down on unqualified meat after inspectors found that the costly Kobe beef sold by some Japanese restaurants turned out to be locally grown or imported from Australia.
Fireworks may be banned on seriously polluted days in Beijing, a move experts said is designed to reduce smog during the Lunar New Year holiday.
Plans announced by local governments to invest heavily in fixed assets this year have ignited a chorus of debt warnings from experts.
China's top legislator Jia Qinglin joined other foreign leaders and tens of thousands of Cambodians in Phnom Penh on Monday to pay their last respects during the cremation of late King Norodom Sihanouk.