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A new generation of Chinese entrepreneurs are finding success with increasingly innovative apps that cater to the unique demands of the Chinese market or focus on ideas and features that haven’t taken off in the U.S.
A yellow-and-black jumpsuit made famous by martial-arts star Bruce Lee is expected to fetch as much as 300,000 Hong Kong dollars (more than US$38,600) at an auction Thursday in Hong Kong.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts, better known as BAFTA, is holding a series of bridge-building events this week in Hong Kong. BAFTA Chief Executive Amanda Berry spoke to the WSJ about the academy's plans.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma and U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron met Tuesday to discuss ways to raise the profile of British brands on Alibaba’s popular e-commerce sites—and to take selfies of the two together.
Relations between China and the U.S. may have been testy recently, but it appears panda diplomacy is still going strong.
The Chinese criminal process has long retained the imprint of the Maoist era. Now, two important documents issued at the highest levels of the Chinese government signal an attempt at reform by directing police, prosecutors and the courts to adhere to requirements of procedural justice when administering the criminal process.
China's homegrown private brands are gaining ground against their state-backed peers, reflecting progress, experts say, in the country's push to rebalance the economy.
Federal prosecutors are seizing cars and cash from those using straw buyers to acquire expensive new vehicles in the U.S. and export them to China, where the cars fetch much more.
With a history of high-profile technical failures in Brisbane, you would think contemporary Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang might want to attempt something easy for a change. Instead, he has taken a gamble with his new solo show at the city's Gallery of Modern Art.
A Chinese film that has been battling censors for nearly four years is finally getting its theatrical release this week.
A letter posted online in the wee hours Monday by a former producer for China’s state television broadcaster starkly voiced in public the frustrations of a journalist working inside the country’s state-run media machinery.
As David Cameron embarks on a fence-mending trade mission in China, the two sides are trying a bit of soccer diplomacy to ease into what could be a potentially thorny trip for the British prime minister.
A painting by 20th-century Chinese artist Zao Wou-ki sold for 89.7 million yuan ($14.7 million), a record price for the abstract painter, at Sotheby’s first major auction in Beijing on Sunday.
News that China may soon reopen its initial-public-offering market isn’t good news for one IPO venue: Hong Kong.
Decades after Mao launched a full-blown assault on Confucius in the waning years of the Cultural Revolution, China’s new leaders are trying to revive the old sage in a bid to fill the moral vacuum that opened up after Communist leaders jettisoned Marxism in favor of the market. Show More Summary
China’s establishment of a new air-defense identification zone covering disputed territory in the East China Sea looks like the work of a muscular new leadership bent on flexing its strength in the region. Beijing’s reaction–or lack thereof—to the zone’s first test suggests a much more complicated picture.
Chinese director Zhang Yimou took to Sina Weibo on Sunday to admit that he and his wife had violated the country’s one-child policy and would accept punishment for their actions.
The Chinese government has begun asserting ownership of thousands of shipwrecks in the South China Sea.
National Zoo officials announced Sunday that the newest female baby panda will be called Bao Bao.
Wong Kar-wai’s “The Grandmaster” nabbed nine nominations to lead this year’s Asia-Pacific Film Festival awards.