Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year News
With the theme of 'Keep up with Olympics and Keep up with China', the festival is using coloured lanterns, laser lights and ice lanterns to present the Winter Games spirit and ice and snow culture to tourists
The Ox represents the first year of the 12-year zodiacal cycle, with 2020 being the 'Year of the Metal Rat'
Due to the time difference across zones, clocks would strike 12 at different times and celebrate the new year hours before and after.
Economist Intelligence Unit lowers global growth forecast for 2020; cites new risks due to coronavirus outbreak in China
The Economist Intelligence Unit's baseline scenario is that the public health emergency within China will be under control by end-March
China's local films outnumber Marvel hits, Hindi releases in the country to record maximum box office collection this year
This year, eight homegrown films were among the top 10 blockbusters in China.
Prayers and performances mark Lunar New Year as Chinese communities in Asia welcome 'Year of the Pig'
Chinese communities across Asia are welcoming the Year of the Pig on Tuesday, ushering in the Lunar New Year with prayers and family feasts.
A musical parade, prayer meet and youngsters dressed as dragons ushered in the Chinese new year celebrations at the Chinese temple in Mumbai's Mazgaon.
A Chinese factory is hatching giant inflatable chickens resembling Donald Trump to usher in the Year of the Rooster.
Zuckerberg puts out his first Facebook video with daughter Maxima and wife Priscilla wishing everyone for the Lunar New Year in Mandarin Chinese.
Fading Little China: Chinese New Year celebrations show importance of a dwindling community in Kolkata
As the Chinese community in India is shrinking, the objective of this picture story is to demonstrate how they come alive during the festival in Kolkata.
Travelling to one's hometown during the chaotic Chinese New Year is usually a nightmare.
Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, which assembles the bulk of Apple Inc's latest smartphones, saw its December revenues slump by a fifth and full-year sales miss expectations.
China welcomed the Year of the Sheep on Thursday, but with fortune-tellers are predicting accidents and an unstable economy.
A view of a Chinese New Year light display at the Fo Guang Shan Dong Zen Temple in Jenjarom, outside Kuala Lumpur.
Internet tycoon Jack Ma has said his employees will not receive traditional Chinese New Year gifts because 2014 had not been "exceptional" for the company, despite its world-beating IPO listing on Wall Street.
Chinese security forces fired tear gas to break up a protest by Tibetans in the southwest province of Sichuan, an advocacy group said, the latest sign of spreading unrest in the region.
China's economy grew at its weakest pace in 2-years in the latest quarter, and it appeared headed for an even sharper slowdown in the coming months as export demand fades and the housing market falters.
Come 23 January, we'll find out if he still has a 'golden' voice, in addition to his golden investing touch.