In a rare interview, a Tibetan scholar said that the Dalai Lama’s visit is related to a long-standing border dispute.
Chinese President Xi Jinping expressed condolences to the victims of the U.K. parliament attack which killed four people.
Once again, Hong Kong’s new chief executive will be selected by a pro-China committee that insists on maintaining a facade of free elections, according to a report by the New York TImes.
Premier Li Keqiang visited Australia to meet with the Prime Minister and gave special access to allow more Australian beef imports.
Karamay in Xinjiang, China hopes to attract Malaysian tourists through the city’s fascinating landscape and appealing range of halal food.
A day after helicopter carrier Kaga’s commissioning, China expressed its hopes that the ship does not kindle Japan’s legacy of militarism.
Known human rights lawyer and activist Chen Jian’gang was paid a visit by Chinese authorities after revealing details of the torture of Xie Yang.
Some China tech firms are appointing PR and HR specialists as Communist Party chiefs with the goal of building stronger ties with the government.
The wife of Wang Zang, a Chinese poet and an activist, has lost her sanity after getting evicted several times by the Chinese authorities.
Australian tourism industry is positive that direct flights between Cairns and China will be made available by the end of 2017.
From a desolate and arid ghost city in the middle of China’s wild west in Gansu Province, a new urbanized area has risen, according to an article in The Guardian.
Despite being a key official in China’s lunar and Mars exploration program, Guobin Yu was reportedly denied a visa by the United States to attend a planetary conference last week March 19, according to a report by Space News.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said that he trusts China when it promised that it will not touch the disputed shoal.
The number of approved GMO crop imports by the Chinese government has decreased, hampering new product launches and trade.
China’s top leaders send greetings to Pakistan as the country celebrates Pakistan Day.
Ancient Taiyuan County, which dates back to Ming Dynasty (A.D. 1368-1644), begins to take shape with efforts to restore relics to what they were like around 600 years ago.