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As China’s big banks expand in the U.S., they are testing how far U.S. judges can go in demanding account records located in China.
U.S. President Barack Obama’s first appearance at a trade summit here on Tuesday had more to do with security than economics.
Hong Kong’s World Cup qualifier soccer match against China ended without any serious incidents, but the city’s team could possibly face severe punishment at its next match.
As the APEC summit brings Asia-Pacific leaders to Manila, China's trading partners -- including the U.S. -- are struggling to calibrate their responses to Beijing's expansive maritime claims.
The commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet said Tuesday that international mediation is the best way to reduce tension over disputed islands in the South China Sea.
For the past several months, Xi Jinping has been traveling the globe with an almost imperial majesty.
A recent study by researchers at Shanghai-based East China Normal University found that sea salt may contain high levels of plastic particles.
Earlier this month, Zhang Qi had to wait nearly an hour to get a taxi. In China, that became big news.
China is clamping down on DVD imports that Chinese Internet companies use to circumvent government controls on showing foreign movies and television shows online.
Tensions between Hong Kong and mainland China have spilled over onto the soccer pitch and could potentially reach a climax this week.
China is seeking international support for its fight against a separatist movement after deadly attacks last week in Paris.
In China, the soccer action is online.
The destroyer USS Stethem docked in Shanghai on Monday in the first U.S. port call in China since Washington said last month it had sailed near territory in the South China Sea claimed by Beijing.
Chinese students and French expatriates offer condolences at France's Embassy in Beijing.
As the political heirs of China’s wartime foes reached out for a historic handshake in a five-star Singapore tourist hotel, both men surely understood that “One China” as a common goal is now as good as dead.
There’s a new little red book gaining traction in China – and no, it’s not written by Chairman Mao.
As China woke up Saturday to news of the deadly attacks in Paris, the country’s Ministry of Public Security appeared to use the incident as an opportunity to claim success in combating domestic terror.
China’s wildlife is vanishing at an alarming clip, a new report has found.
The label "Made in China" is ubiquitous in the U.S. on items ranging from Barbie Dolls to Apple smartphones. Soon, it will adorn another type of product: cars.
In China, the soccer action is online. The sports arm of Shanghai PPTV Media Tech Co. recent paid €250 million ($275 million) deal this summer to gain all-media rights for matches from Spain’s La Liga soccer league in mainland China, Taiwan and Macau, part of a broader push by Chinese companies to tempt Chinese sports fan to pay for content online.