Wuhan residents honour coronavirus whistleblower doctor on death anniversary but no official memorials held
Li Wenliang, a 34-year-old ophthalmologist, was one of eight whistleblowers in China who local authorities punished early on for “spreading rumors”. He sent the “rumor” because he wanted to warn others
The nationwide general strike in Nepal was called on behalf of a faction of the ruling Communist Party by Pushpa Kamal Dahal, who helped KP Sharma Oli come to power in 2018, but has since become a critic
The #MeToo survivor has accused Chinese CCTV host Zhu Jun of groping and forcibly kissing her in 2014. She is asking for a public apology as well as 50,000 yuan ($7,600) in damages
Xi Jinping's aggressive moves against India 'unexpectedly flopped', expect another brutal purge: Newsweek
As per Newsweek, the Chinese president has risked his future with the high-profile incursions into Indian territory
Guo Wengui on whose yacht US president Donald Trump’s former chief strategist, Steve Bannon, was arrested has rankled China's ruling party by launching accusations of corruption on social media
The sanctions freeze any assets the targets may have in US jurisdictions and bar Americans from doing business with them
Ren Zhiqiang, who spoke against censorship and other sensitive topics, disappeared from public view after publishing an essay that accused Xi of mishandling the outbreak
In his criticism of Communist Party leadership, Xu opposed the removal of presidential term limits, which will allow Xi Jinping to stay in the post after 2023.
The office will oversee the Hong Kong government’s enforcement of Beijing’s sweeping national security legislation that will punish acts of secession, subversion, terrorism, and collusion with foreign forces with up to life in prison.
Trump, who himself has considered abandoning the pact signed in January, told a White House press briefing he wanted to see if Beijing lived up to the deal to massively increase purchases of US goods.
China became the first major economy to reopen factories in March after the ruling Communist Party declared victory over the outbreak. But the United States, Europe and other major markets have yet to lift controls that are keeping consumers from spending.
As coronavirus pandemic fades in China, country sees rise of equally infectious nationalism and xenophobia
As China tames the coronavirus epidemic now ravaging other countries, its success is giving rise to an increasingly strident blend of patriotism, nationalism and xenophobia, at a pitch many say has not been seen in decades
US designates China's official media as operatives of State, will be subject to same rules as Beijing's diplomats
The State Department told China on Tuesday that its five foremost news agencies will officially be treated as foreign government functionaries, subject to similar rules as diplomats stationed in the United States
In battle against coronavirus, China continues to sideline its most valuable ally: The Chinese people
Hospitals in Wuhan and the surrounding Hubei province have been making urgent pleas to the Chinese people for three weeks as the new coronavirus ripples through the country: Send more protective gear
China announces probe into death of Li Wenliang; doctor was first to raise alarm about coronavirus in early January
On 3 January, Li and the seven others were summoned by Wuhan police for 'spreading fake information on the internet', state-run China Daily reported
Amid anti-govt protests in Hong Kong, this artist gives Lunar New Year tradition a new spin: Political messages in greeting cards
Messages printed on red packets handed out during the Lunar New Year celebrations in Hong Kong generally convey wishes for prosperity and happiness, but artist Jason Kwan has designed rubber stamps for those who want to add a political message
HSBC kicks off year with Hong Kong branches closed, vandalised; protesters suspect bank behind stopping money to them
Two HSBC branches and seven indoor ATM clusters were closed on Thursday, the first working day of the year.
Da Chen, the brilliant storyteller who drew from the hardships he suffered as a persecuted child growing up in the midst of China’s cultural revolution to create the critically acclaimed memoir Colors of the Mountain, has died at age 57.
Chinese State-run media call for 'tougher line' on Hong Kong protests after Beijing announces plans to tighten control over semi-autonomous city
Chinese state-run media on Monday called for a 'tougher line' on democracy protesters in Hong Kong, after a weekend of violence following Beijing's plans to tighten control over the semi-autonomous city
China warns it won't tolerate dissent against Hong Kong's governing system as it lays out plans to boost patriotism in crisis-hit city
China warned Friday it would not tolerate any challenge to Hong Kong's governing system, as it laid out plans to boost patriotism in the city and change how its leader is chosen or removed after months of pro-democracy protests