China's migrants left behind in the war against poverty
China's Xi Jinping has made poverty alleviation one of his key policy issues, aiming to lift 70 million people out of severe poverty by 2020. But in that fight, many of China's urban migrants are left out.
Tillerson in China as U.S. presses North Korean economic squeeze
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson held top-level talks in China on Saturday as the U.S. looks to tighten an economic squeeze on North Korea.
Grammys boss announces China festival partnership
China is set to get its own Grammys festival, the President of the iconic U.S. institution Neil Portnow announced on Thursday.
China accuses India of "concocting excuses" over border dispute
China has published images of its hotly disputed border with India, claiming to show troops illegally crossing into its territory to stop construction of a road. India fears the track could threaten its security.
Baidu search Ads recover from restrictions
Jefferies Hong Kong/China Internet Analyst Karen Chan weighs in on Baidu's performance and earnings.
'Not appropriate' for Bieber to tour China - state official
It is not appropriate for Canadian pop star Justin Bieber to visit China because of his bad behavior, a Chinese state office has said.
WhatsApp partially blocked in China
Facebook's WhatsApp messaging service has been partially blocked in China following a censorship crackdown by the government.
Hong Kong seizes biggest ivory haul in 30 years
Authorities in Hong Kong make their largest haul of contraband ivory in more than 30 years, amid surging illegal wildlife seizures fuelled by lax regulations and buoyant demand from mainland China.