A restaurant company allegedly owned by the Chinese government was ordered to pay its workers millions in back wages. Then it completely disappeared.
The world’s only giant panda triplets were reunited Tuesday with their mother, who hugged her cubs like a human mother would, said the zoo manager.
“Disneyland is too far to go, please come to Shijingshan!”
Workers in Hong Kong dismantled barricades Thursday. A total of 209 people were arrested as demonstrators staged a sit-in protest.
“It was always hard for me to not get depressed when visiting.” Photographer Scott Brauer reports on the harrowing living conditions in China’s popular zoos.
The democracy protests in Hong Kong have brought to light the dirty little secret of Chinese-on-Chinese racial aggression.
Putin’s pussies on the prowl.
Under a deal a struck with internet conglomerate Tencent Holdings, HBO shows such as True Detective, Newsroom and others will be available for streaming in China for the first time ever.
It’s all about the money!
Another week gone and another group of amazing images taken by dedicated photographers all over the globe. This week celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Berlin Wall as well as all of the hardworking veterans who have risked their lives for their country.
Historic US–China deal puts Australian organisers on the back foot.
The agreement was reached during secret negotiations while Obama was visiting China.
Putin smiled up a storm at the APEC summit in Beijing.
Chinese officials are not happy about a video showing Russian President Vladimir Putin giving a blanket to China’s first lady, Peng Liyuan. The video was scrubbed.
China pulled out all the stops for the opening of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit.
“But where are you reeeeeally from?”
The trend began in 2012 with Wanda Group’s purchase of theater chain AMC and has heated up in recent months as Softbank and Alibaba look to put their billions of dollars in IPO money to work.
Statistics via Cornell University School of Law and Amnesty International. Numbers are state executions in 2013.
Eight-year-old ChengWu ShuQin is among the youngest of the girls training at the Shaolin Exquisite Kung Fu School in the Central Eastern Chinese Province of Henan.
Updated: This story was a hoax, written by a website pretending to be the English-language version of the state-run CCTV website.
Crude prices have plunged by more than 20% in recent months. The fall means cheaper gas, cheaper flights, and generally good news for American consumers.
Because John Cho can not be our only, and last, dreamy Asian lead on network TV.
Hundreds of angry people attempted to charge the barricades erected by demonstrators calling for a free vote in Hong Kong’s 2017 chief executive elections.
The answers were to particular questions about Xiaomi, often referred to as the “Apple of China.” And it’s often a line pulled by Steve Jobs.
Post-it protest covers the Hong Kong government office in Sydney.
By releasing a major feature film on the streaming service — and in IMAX — the Weinstein Company has crafted the strangest, and perhaps savviest, ploy yet to shut out movie theaters from the movie business.
Chinese-American actress Anna May Wong was a trailblazer despite the openly racist industry in which she worked. Remembering her story and contemplating how much things have changed.