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In a career that’s flourished along with China’s spectacular rise as a market for fine wines, entrepreneur Don St. Pierre Jr. has had his share of setbacks. ASC Fine Wines In 2008, the Executive Chairman of ASC Fine Wines spent nearly...Show More Summary
China and India signed a total of eight agreements and memorandums of understanding during the first full day of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang’s visit to India. Here’s what they might mean for India.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang’s visit to Delhi hasn’t caused any significant disturbance, apart from disruptions to the capital’s transport system.
With Chinese premier Li Keqiang visiting India, a new study of Indians’ views of the world shows a large majority continue to rate China a major threat.
After an article in The Wall Street Journal drew attention to a rival inflation index created by Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba that suggested China's official inflation numbers might be too low, the National Bureau of Statistics went into action.
Ai Weiwei and Para Site Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei has a big statement for new moms. His latest piece is an 80-square-meter map of China made out of 1,800 cans of baby formula.
Culture vultures and collectors alike are set to alight in Hong Kong for Art Basel's first foray into Asia.
Surging credit has kept China's real estate-sector humming; Chinese Premier Li Keqiang arrived in India on Sunday; in China, a burgeoning middle class increasingly resents the hazardous pollution levels choking many Chinese cities.
A weeklong pop-up art exhibit opens today in Shanghai, and hundreds of art lovers are eyeing their inbox to find out where.
Martial-arts fans, wait no more. Michelle Yeoh is returning to star in the sequel to “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,” joined by kung-fu star Donnie Yen.
Having long been a small player in China’s life insurance sector, Axa has seen a big change of fortune with a new partner.
The Arctic Council granted observer status to six nations, including China; Macau casino operator Galaxy said its earnings rose, fueled by record wins from gamblers in the world's largest gambling market.
???Having trouble borrowing from the banks? Or trusts? Or pawn shops, underground lenders, wealth management products, corporate finance companies, or small-loan companies? Don’t worry. China’s securities companies are also in the loan game.
Amid a sharp increase in sexual assault cases in Hong Kong in recent months, a top city official drew criticism this week for warning that women should drink less to avoid becoming victims.
On Wednesday morning, one passionate question united China’s microbloggers: What happened to the big yellow duck?
Bloomberg News Yum Brands Inc. was cleared last week of meat quality issues in its Little Sheep Group Ltd. chain of restaurants in China, after Shanghai food safety regulators had earlier said the company received shipments labeled as...Show More Summary
Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library When Royal Dutch Shell PLC announced in Oct. 2008 that Peter Voser would serve as its next chief executive, the company’s press release detailed his experience and education, and even noted Mr. Voser was married and the father of three children. When China National Petroleum Corp. Show More Summary
A Nevada jury ordered Las Vegas Sands to pay a businessman $70 million for helping the casino giant enter the Macau market; China on Tuesday urged the European Union not to engage in trade protectionism.
A Japanese local leader’s defense of the use of Chinese and Korean sex slaves to service Japanese soldiers during World War II as a “necessary” part of the war effort has drawn angry responses from Beijing and Seoul, aggravating tensions in the region that were already high after a series of earlier provocations.
Human Rights Watch says China's crackdown on prostitution has led to police abuse of accused sex workers.