Zhou Youguang, a onetime Wall Street banker from China who developed Pinyin, died January 14 in Beijing
The misery behind China’s national anthem, March of the Volunteers, and what its growing presence means for Hong Kong
Few national anthems around the world can match the misery of China’s March of the Volunteers, which began even before the song came into being.
Health authorities in the southern Chinese province of Guizhou have confirmed a new human case of H7N9 avian influenza, bringing the total number of human infections to 19 this winter.
China will not allow anyone to use Hong Kong as a base for subversion against the mainland or to damage its political stability, but there can be tolerance for differences in their systems.
Hong Kong food safety officials have temporarily suspended the import of poultry meat and products from three more regions – in mainland China, Japan and Poland.
Nine Guangdong villagers have been jailed for their part in September protests.
Chinese authorities have confirmed a second case of human bird flu this week, as South Korea and Japan also battle to control outbreaks of the deadly virus.
A Hong Kong court on Thursdayrefused to grant the four pan-democrat lawmakers caught up in the latest oath-taking storm extra time to access legal aid. The four face a legal challenge lodged by the government barring them from the Legislative Council. Here are how events have unfolded since the...
A factory in Huizhou, Guangdong that makes the display screens for the Apple iPhone has been found to make its employees work in horrible conditions.