New York: Chinese immigrant brutally attacked in anti-Asian hate crime last April succumbs to injuries
The attack on Yao Pan Ma by 49-year-old Jarrod Powell came amid a spike in anti-Asian hate crimes in the US following the outbreak of the pandemic in 2020
The use of the term "West Taiwan" to mock China has steadily grown in popularity since January 2020 when President Tsai Ing-wen said that Beijing needs to face the reality that Taiwan is already an independent country
Chief of Naval Staff Admiral R Hari Kumar said his force is keeping a close watch on Chinese activities in the Indian Ocean and backed the ambitious tri-services reforms that included setting up of a 'Maritime Theatre Command'
The Singapore Police Force has listed four incidents involving the rapper, who had been conditionally warned in 2019, for publishing a "racially-charged" video attempting to promote feelings of ill will between the Chinese and other races
India-China border row: Completion of disengagement could pave way for de-escalation, says New Delhi
According to a joint statement released by the Indian Army after the 12th round of military talks held in late July, the two sides had a 'candid and in-depth exchange' of views relating to disengagement
The fan account was banned from posting on Weibo after images circulated online last week of a customised airplane from Jeju Air with images of BTS member Jimin on it.
India has been severely critical of the BRI as the CPEC, which is a part of it, passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. China has its eyes on the lucrative rare-earth metals and rich minerals found in Afghanistan
Beijing says "unhealthy fan culture" is encouraged by variety shows, after celebrities including Chinese-Canadian singer Kris Wu and actor Zhang Zhehan became embroiled in scandals in recent months.
Jackie Chan, a Hong Kong-based Hollywood star and martial arts legend, wants to join China's ruling Communist Party: The actor has been a supporter of the CPC for years
India, China agree to find early resolution of issues along Ladakh border; key highlights of 22nd WMCC meet
The meeting was held following a gap of over three months, after the last meeting held on 10 April remained inconclusive
Witnesses described squalid conditions and brutality in camps in the northwestern Chinese region of Xinjiang, with one claiming that a woman had died after undergoing forced sterilisation
A Pandemic Year for Women: How lockdown limitations became a springboard for an entrepreneur-educator to reach new goals
This essay is from our International Women’s Day 2021 series, about women who rose to the challenges of being mothers, artists, professionals, students, and above all — individuals trying to make their way through an unprecedented time — over this pandemic year.
Mulan could have been a burning live-action adaptation of a powerful origin story. But it remains painfully loyal to Disney's diktats.
Beijing slams US for arresting five Chinese 'Fox Hunt' agents, accuses Washington of 'ignoring basic facts'
China has said the operation is part of an anti-corruption campaign, and that hunting down people who have fled abroad with ill-gotten gains is a "just cause"
Negative views of China rise sharply in Australia, Britain, 12 other countries, says survey; COVID-19 handling key factor
Citizens in the surveyed countries also do not trust China's leader Xi Jinping, with a median of 78 percent saying they do not have confidence in him to do the right thing in world affairs
SFTS Virus is not a new virus and China has isolated pathogen of the virus in 2011, and it belongs to the Bunyavirus category.
China’s CDC is now looking into potential immunization programs, trying to figure out whether to prioritize children, the elderly or healthcare workers.
Black Coal, Thin Ice, Diao Yinan’s Berlinale Golden Bear winner, smuggles fascinating layers into a genre film
When genre conventions are punctuated by other considerations, Black Coal, Thin Ice slowly drifts away (in a good way) from the expected.
New virus strain found in pigs in China has the potential to become a pandemic however there is no imminent risk
The study said pigs are important “mixing vessels” for the influenza virus and has asked that this potential problem be kept under surveillance.
Indians have made Chinese food their own; boycotting it only betrays our culinary culture and middle-class
In the wake of the conflagration at the border, Ramdas Athawale, union minister, has decided that the patriotic Indian must launch a boycott of Chinese food. What he does not realise that Chinese food in India has as much to do with China as a Japanese curry has to do with our korma and qalia.