New Zealand may fly a new flag

2015-08-13 07:51:24

New Zealand is considering changing its flag, as many believe it is outdated and too similar to Australia's.

China, Pakistan sign co-op agreements worth over 10 billion yuan

2015-08-12 20:38:13

China and Pakistan on Wednesday signed 20 cooperation agreements, worth 10.35 billion yuan ($1.6 billion), and issued the "Karamay Manifesto" on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a major project in China's Belt and Road Initiative.

Malaysia seeks increased trade ties with China

2015-08-12 19:06:52

About 150 Malaysian companies will take part in the China International Small and Medium Enterprises Fair as its co-organizer seeks expansion of economic and trade ties with China, according to the Consulate General of Malaysia in Guangzhou.

China salutes veterans of anti-Japanese aggression war

2015-08-12 09:40:33

All living veterans who fought in the Chinese People's War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression will receive recognition in the run-up to China's V-Day celebrations, it was announced Tuesday.

Tokyo 'should regain trust' by following path set by Germany

2015-08-12 07:43:58

If Japan wants to reconcile with China over wartime history, it should look to the example set by Germany, a senior Chinese scholar of Japan studies told China Daily.

Abe remains ambiguous on WWII statement as keywords urged to be included

2015-08-12 09:26:14

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's upcoming statement to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II hit the headlines Tuesday as it reportedly may include the keywords of "aggression" and "apology" that Japan's closest neighbors - China and South Korea - have been paying close attention to.

New comfort women evidence published in NE China

2015-08-12 09:16:40

Seven files related to comfort women were made public Tuesday by a record office in Heilongjiang province, Northeast China, the latest evidence to support allegations that Japan used women as sex slaves during World War II.

Malaysia to identify suspected debris in Maldives

2015-08-11 16:59:23

Malaysia will send a team to the Maldives to determine whether the debris spotted near the Indian Ocean island came from the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370, Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said Monday.

Aftershocks felt over 100 days after Nepal's strong quake

2015-08-11 15:08:36

Two aftershocks were felt in Nepal Tuesday morning, more than 100 days after a 7.9-magnitude earthquake jolted the tiny South Asian country on April 25.

Japan restarts first nuclear reactor after 2-year hiatus

2015-08-11 11:34:58

Japan restarted a nuclear reactor in the Sendai plant in Kagoshima Prefecture, Kyushu, at 10:30 am local time Tuesday, making it the first utility in the country to do so though anti-atomic sentiment remains strong following the 2011 Fukushima crisis.

ROK calls on DPRK to apologize for landmine-planting provocation

2015-08-11 11:24:15

Presidential office of the Republic of Korea (ROK) called on the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) Tuesday to apologize for the provocation of planting landmines in the demilitarized zone (DMZ), of which explosion maimed two ROK soldiers a week ago.

Japan to bring first nuke plant online since Fukushima disaster

2015-08-11 10:06:54

Kyushu Electric Power Co. said Monday it will restart operations at its Sendai nuclear power plant in Kagoshima Prefecture on Tuesday.