Here are five things to note from Xi’s opening speech that kicked off the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China this week.
China’s Communist Party today opens its 19th National Congress today, the most important political meeting for the past five years.
The encrypted messaging service WhatsApp is suffering intermittent disruptions in China as communist authorities tighten censorship controls ahead of a major ruling party meeting.
Researcher will test if rising sulphate levels causes build-up of electric energy in the atmosphere.
The rescued creature had been photographed with current first lady Peng Liyuan
Gender equality activist who protested sexual harassment is banned from leaving China to study law at University of Hong Kong
One of China’s “feminist five” gender equality activists arrested two years ago has been denied a permit to study in Hong Kong, and told she is banned from leaving the mainland for a decade.
Hong Kong teens explore Mogao Caves in the city of Dunhuang, which hides oasis of culture and natural wonders in Gobi Desert
Young Post joined a group of teens as they spend six days trekking sand dunes, navigating their way through caves and studying ancient art in Dunhuang.
A 18-year-old from eastern China is reported to have died from multiple injuries after he was sent to an internet addiction treatment camp.
Army officers on the mainland have a new enemy in their sights – a mobile phone battle game believed so addictive to young soldiers that it may slow them down in real-life combat.
Hongkongers who were touring Jiuzhaigou when the magnitude 7 quake struck on Tuesday have all been accounted for.