Judge Amanda Woodcock said “the defendant had no compassion."
Just like last year and the horses, expect the Year of the Goat to bring forth goat-related antics galore. Or in this case, crimes. [ more › ]
Thousands of employees lined up outside of Tencent's Shenzhen headquarters upon returning to work yesterday to receive a hongbao from the tech giant's founder Pony Ma Huateng. The amount of cash stuffed inside? In some cases, a paltry 10 yuan. [ more › ]
Protesters clashed with police, throwing stones and setting cars on fire
After wishing millions of Chinese viewers a happy new year in Mandarin, Prince William, also known as the Duke of Cambridge, is set to tour the Middle Kingdom in person.
Although the urbanization remains his main topic, Weng Fen (born in 1961 in Hainan, known as Weng Peijun) also explores natural landscapes. [ more › ]
Official statistics show that China’s wealth gap has narrowed in recent years. New surveys show that many people aren’t feeling that impact.
China’s highest court issued a broadside against Western legal concepts on Thursday, hours before releasing a long-delayed reform plan that scholars say borrows some key concepts from Western legal systems.
China’s English-language daily newspaper, Global Times, ran an editorial Thursday saying news of Chinese tourists purchasing Japanese "washlet" toilet seats “makes a mockery of the Chinese boycott of Japanese goods over the past two years.”
China’s cleavage police are at it again.
New rules on labor negotiations in southern China offer a potential solution to the country's growing problem with labor unrest while at the same time illustrating the difficulty the Communist Party faces in effectively addressing workers’ grievances.
Marathon runners in Beijing and other severely polluted cities, beware, says the head of the World Health Organization’s China office.
Just northeast of the coastal city of Dalian, the highway ends where guards block entry to one of China’s strategic oil reserves.
When Kim Ho-san opened an apparel store on South Korea’s southernmost resort island of Jeju in 2012, she was well-positioned to benefit from a rising flow of Chinese tourists.
Connoisseurs of Chinese political numerology can finally take a breath: After more than two years in office, Chinese President Xi Jinping has uncorked his own ordinal political philosophy.
Armed with an enviable budget surplus, Hong Kong’s government pledged to put its post-Occupy house in order and promised sweeteners for groups affected by last year’s protests.
A new video purports to show militants destroying ancient works
Intimidation of Jewish people was particularly prevalent in Europe
We've all been there -- shopping and cooking for yourself (and your partner) is never an easy thing. There's just no way of buying the exact amount you need, and you inevitably have to toss out a bunch of stuff from the fridge every week. Show More Summary
China is adding subs and sending them farther out for longer periods of time