Geng Shuai from China, who went viral for his useless inventions, on how his fame breaks down stereotypes
The welder become an accidental viral video star with his meat cleaver mobile phone case.
Investigation confirms students' and parents' suspicions that grades were distorted and results unfair after wrong policy decision.
He Jiankui of Shenzhen says he changed the DNA of two baby girls to resist infection from the HIV virus.
University of Hong Kong’s pro-vice-chancellor says strategic partnership can help both cities become global leaders in technology
Home-grown aircraft AG600 could also be used to transport troops and supplies in disputed waterway, say military observers.
Where is the border? HK may step up monitoring of border after Guangdong defence force allegedly stole land
Carrie Lam says Hong Kong and Shenzhen authorities had different understanding of where the border lay.
Article reveals Huang Wenjun, president of National Judges College, gave a ‘party lecture’ during meeting last month
China postpones allowing the trade of rhino horn and tiger bone for medical and scientific use, two weeks after lifting the ban
Reversal of recent decision may signal China’s ambition to be seen as a supporter of environmental preservation.
The company is embarking on this quota system for promotions as it turns 20.
A factory in Chongqing made student 'interns' build the popular smartwear watches, and is accused of breaking Chinese labour laws.