• Law makers call for review of spy case

    Members of Congress and Asian communities on Thursday called on the US attorney general to investigate whether race was a factor in espionage charges against a Chinese American federal employee that were eventually dropped.

  • Beijing responds to surveillance by US plane

    China asserted its right to monitor airspace and waters near its islands in the South China Sea on Thursday in response to reports of an exchange between the Chinese navy and a US surveillance plane.

  • Ex-wife of Chinese fugitive pleads not guilty

    Zhao Shilan, ex-wife of former Chinese government official Qiao Jianjun, has pleaded not guilty to US charges of money laundering and immigration fraud.


Premier Li embarks on Latin America visit

What do we know about AIIB

The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is expected to be established by the end of this year.

Full coverage of Boao Forum for Asia

The 2015 Boao Forum for Asia annual conference will be held from March 26 to 29 in South China's Hainan province.

United States welcomes AIIB

The United States welcomes new multilateral institutions, including the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, visiting US Secretary of State John Kerry said in Beijing on Saturday.

Netflix said to be trying to enter China market

Popular US video-streaming service Netflix reportedly is pursuing opportunities to enter the Chinese market, but if it's successful it will face competition from local content providers and might have to adjust its pricing because Chinese consumers aren't used to paying for media content, industry observers said on Friday.

China opposes U.S. annual report on Chinese military

The Defense Ministry on Saturday expressed firm opposition to a Pentagon report on China's military development and security.


  • Georgia seeks closer economic ties with China

    As competition heats up among Southern states in the United States for Chinese investment and trade, Georgia is increasing efforts to raise its visibility in the country.

  • China manufactures first car for US market

    The first Chinese-made car for the US market -- a Volvo -- has rolled off the assembly line and will be available this summer.

  • Baozun raises $110 million in IPO

    Baozun Inc, China's leading e-commerce solutions provider whose top shareholder is Alibaba, raised $110 million on Thursday in an initial public offering, missing its target of $129 million.

  • China is a global leader in renewable energy: Panel

    China has achieved huge progress over the last 10 years to become a global leader in renewable energy and the world's No 1 creator of jobs in the field, said panelists said at a forum on sustainable energy hosted by the United Nations.


  • Charity is changing

    The concept of having wealth and giving to charity in China is very different from what it is in the United States, according to a pair of high-profile international philanthropists.

  • Commentary: War statement debate a smoke grenade for Abe

    The world should be increasingly vigilant to the wily Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his moves towards historical revisionism.