Politics

China-Japan forum ends with message of hope

Military

Grease, sweat are badge of honor for captain

Science-Tech

Images from advanced satellite released

Host of Japan's historic surrender

Young China - You've got talent

Gifts give new look at nation

DVD sets on par with more iconic Chinese items like porcelain and silk are now among Beijing's gifts to foreign leaders and dignitaries.

Left high and dry

Rising water levels in dam force residents in affected area to leave the comfort of their homes.

Premier welcomes experts

The best award for foreign experts in China may be Premier Li Keqiang's pledge for a streamlined procedure to get a permanent residency permit.

'Great cause' martyrs honored

President Xi Jinping says "the great cause older generations pioneered is moving forward, and the history they started is being carried forward".

100 foreigners get Friendship Award

One hundred foreign experts from 25 countries received China's Friendship Award - the nation's highest honor for achievement by a foreigner - at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.

China launches anti-drug campaign

A new round of crackdowns on the illegal production and sale of drugs has begun in 108 cities across China, the Ministry of Public Security said.

Society

China may allow air travelers to use phones in flight mode by 2016

HK/Macao/Taiwan

Macao casino bonds slump during anti-graft drive
  • HK chief executive urges protest stoppage

    Hong Kong Chief Executive C Y Leung Tuesday urged Occupy Central organizers to end the protest immediately.

  • Singapore issues travel advice to Hong Kong

    Singaporeans in Hong Kong should avoid the crowds and demonstrations in Hong Kong, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) said in a travel notice on its website late Monday.

  • Occupy Central puts HK on halt

    Main roads in various locations in Hong Kong remained blocked as "Occupy Central" movement continued on Monday, leading to school suspension and traffic disruption in busy districts.

Cover Story

Role of Kuomintang veterans recognized

Xia Xiaobo cannot wipe from her mind the memory of her first trip to Tengchong, Yunnan province, in much the same way she failed to wipe the accumulating rainwater from the gravestones in Tengchong Guoshang Cemetery nearly a decade ago.

Slim pickings