Saturday, April 5, 2014
Tibetan refugees in Nepal said Friday they were held for weeks in police custody without charges or access to legal aid in a sign that authorities are bowing to pressure from China.
With two museums already in his empire, tycoon Liu Yiqian is a would-be Chinese Getty or Guggenheim, but a row over the authenticity of a scroll that cost him millions of dollars threatens his artistic legacy.
Friday, April 4, 2014
Chinese police have detained 18 people over large rallies opposing a chemical plant in Maoming, state-run media reported Thursday, as locals said the protests had entered a fifth day.
The last of 10 artistic masterpieces from France arrived under heavy security in China on Thursday, for a show featuring a billion dollars' worth of art.
China's leaders have unveiled a mini-stimulus aimed at shoring up sputtering growth in the world's No. 2 economy.
Thursday, April 3, 2014
A southern Chinese city has vowed to listen to public opinion in deciding whether to go ahead with a petrochemical plant after protests by residents turned into violent riots.
A Chinese actor's apology to his actress wife following rumors of his infidelity has set a record in China's version of Twitter for number of comments and retweets.
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Voters in a Chinese village that overthrew its Communist Party bosses in landmark elections two years ago went to the polls again on Tuesday, but a key protest leader was absent from the ballot.
A top Chinese military officer has been formally charged with corruption after he was exposed as owning dozens of homes, gold statues and luxury liquor, state media reported Tuesday.
China and the European Union should be partners for growth, offering each other opportunities and speeding up completion of an investment treaty, President Xi Jinping told European Council President Herman Van Rompuy on Monday.