Wu’er Kaixi, a Chinese democracy activist and one of the former student leaders in the 1989 Tiananmen Square protest, has announced that he will be running for a seat in the Taiwan parliament. [ more › ]
Tens of thousands of "high net worth individuals" have left to seek a better life overseas
A 30-year-old woman was killed after she fell into a gap that suddenly appeared at the upper end of an escalator at a department store in Jingzhou city, Hubei province. [ more › ]
For one Chinese company, manufacturing fake iPhones is no small matter – it’s a lucrative business involving hundreds of employees and tens of thousands of counterfeit goods.
The outlook for automakers in the Chinese market for the rest of 2015 is grim.
A young mother has been seen on multiple occasions selling hugs at a busy Chongqing subway station in an attempt to raise money for her daughter, who was diagnosed with leukemia. [ more › ]
A Chinese diplomat was believed to have been killed and the Chinese Embassy partially damaged when an explosion rocked a hotel in the Somali capital of Mogadishu, according to media reports. [ more › ]
The former Arkansas Governor said trusting the Iranian government would be "naive"
When it comes to dealing with problem units in China, Danone SA has a tried and tested playbook: shed them.
Two window cleaners at a high-rise in Xi'an, Shaanxi province died last Friday afternoon after a strong wind sent the dangling workers flying back and forth mid-air until they crashed into the building. [ more › ]
"You're such a party animal!" an alleged prostitute tells John Sewel
This was his second win in three years
Where to go, what to do this week in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist's picks. [ more › ]
Obama offered a prescription for the country's future, one that puts and end to corruption and to traditions that are holding the country back
The attack was in a largely Kurdish part of the country
Police are still looking for the car's occupants
For the grand finale to a rollicking month-long crayfish festival in Hunan, a 2.5-meter-tall excavator was hauled in to help fry some up crayfish in bulk for the farewell dinner. [ more › ]
Children flunk. Parents pile junk. [ more › ]
A male passenger who allegedly attempted to ignite a fire on board a Shenzhen Airlines flight from Taizhou to Guangzhou earlier today has been detained by police. [ more › ]
This time it's for real! [ more › ]