China’s military has lashed out at Japan’s plans to increase defense spending, accusing Tokyo of raising regional tensions under the pretext of safeguarding national security.
China’s much—vaunted abolition of its widely loathed “re-education through labour” camps risks being no more than a cosmetic change because of other rights abuses, Amnesty International said on Tuesday.
A US warship that was forced to manoeuvre to avoid a collision with a Chinese naval vessel had “posed a threat”, state-run media said Monday, after Washington accused China of being the aggressor.
China’s Communist chief Xi Jinping has given the go-ahead for a corruption investigation into the former head of the country’s internal security apparatus, the New York Times reported on Monday.
Top Chinese film director Zhang Yimou is facing a billion-yuan lawsuit after violating the country’s controversial one-child policy, state media reported Friday.
China will launch its first-ever moon rover early next month, state media said on Tuesday, with the vehicle named “Jade Rabbit” in a nod to Chinese folklore.
The death toll from an oil pipeline explosion in a Chinese coastal city rose to 52 Sunday, as rain and the close proximity of dangerous gases hampered the rescue operation, state media said.
China’s Communist ru-lers announced an easing of the country’s controversial one-child policy as part of a raft of sweeping pledges unveiled Friday, including abolition of its “re-education” labour ca
Li Na’s bid to claim her first major tournament on home soil remained on course Wednesday as she progressed to the quarter-finals of the China Open after defeating Wimbledon finalist Sabine Lisicki.
A mortar shell hit the compound of the Chinese Embassy in Syria’s capital Damascus, damaging the building and injuring a Syrian employee.