Mulan: Disney film faces boycott threat after lead actress Crystal Liu Yifei voices support for Hong Kong police
Mulan has become the metaphorical eye of the storm in Hong Kong's ongoing pro-democracy, anti-police brutality protests.
Chinese media claims Beijing's response to Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests 'won't be repeat' of Tiananmen Square crackdown
Chinese state media vowed Friday there 'won't be a repeat' of the Tiananmen Square crackdown if Beijing moves to quash Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests.
China will ‘quell unrest swiftly’ if Hong Kong crisis becomes ‘uncontrollable, says Beijing’s ambassador to Britain
China will not 'sit by and watch' and is ready to 'quell the unrest swiftly' if the crisis in Hong Kong becomes 'uncontrollable', China's ambassador to London said
Hong Kong airport resumes operations after mass protests against riot police; hundreds of disrupted flights rescheduled
Hong Kong’s airport resumed operations on Wednesday, rescheduling hundreds of flights that had been disrupted over the past two days as protesters clashed with riot police in a deepening crisis in the Chinese-controlled city.
Day after shutting down Hong Kong airport, authorities suspend check-in for all flights; leaders warn of 'dangerous consequences'
The Hong Kong airport on Tuesday suspended check-ins for all flights after protests began at one of the world's busiest airports.
Hong Kong protests: Operations resume at airport after abrupt closure; China fumes over pro-democracy protests, calling it 'terrorism'
But the woes at the Hong Kong airport remained far from over, with a massive backlog of flights to clear and activists calling for another protest there on Tuesday afternoon.
HTC U11 and its advanced version were the last smartphones that the Taiwanese firm launched in India
The concerns have escalated as Huawei has risen to become the world leader in telecom networking equipment.
Taking shortcuts: More than 250 runners cheat at China's half-marathon; State media calls it 'deeply shameful'
More than 250 runners cheated at last weekend's half-marathon in Shenzhen including many who took shortcuts, Chinese state media said on Thursday, calling it "deeply shameful".
Romanian tennis star Simona Halep was pleased by the fact that she ended the year as No 1, but stated that she could potentially sit out the WTA Finals due to injury.
Huawei is incorporating AI with more and more of its products and solutions.
Bengaluru has attracted the highest quantum of start-up investments in the last 3 years.
Amazon employees apparently sell internal data to merchants who sell their goods on the website.
Principal loses job for hiring pole dancer to welcome Kindergarten children in China; school issues apology to parents
A kindergarten principal of a Chinese school was fired following parents and public anger for permitting a pole dance which was performed on the flagpole bearing the national flag.
Huawei's enterprise business group enhanced innovations in cloud, big data, campus networks, data centres, IoT and other domains.
Custom officers in China bust group of criminals using drones to smuggle $79.8 million worth of iPhones
Regulating the use of drones has become an important task for China, the world’s largest manufacturer of consumer drones.
Australian Open 2018: Novak Djokovic compares tennis to an industry, expresses concern for players' welfare
Djokovic said there should be rational conversations about rules that are imposed and that concern players' well-being.
Gionee F205 was spotted on GFXBench which had a 5-inch HD+ display in an 18:9 aspect ratio and powered by a MediaTek MT6739 processor.
Beijing ranked first in the penetration of a cashless society in China, followed by Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Shanghai.
Rescuers searching for more than 90 people missing following a huge landslide in southwest China were ordered to evacuate Monday due to the risk of another collapse.