A day after warnings that Beijing could go to war over Taiwan, the ruling-Communist Party's fourth-ranked leader said China wants to deepen friendship with the island
Demonstrators marched to the China Liason Office to denounce moves to let Xi Jinping stay in office indefinitely
China's Communist Party would like to get rid of the two-term presidential limit, paving the way for Xi Jinping to stay indefinitely as China's president.
Pro-democracy campaigners say China’s Communist Party leaders are chipping away at the autonomy of the former British colony.
Thousands were left homeless after they were evicted from a poor neighbourhood of the Chinese capital.
China has unveiled its new six-strong leadership team who will work directly beneath President Xi Jinping
China's President Xi Jinping pledges to build 'modern socialist country' as he opens the Communist Party Congress in Beijing
China's President, Xi Jinping has marked the 90th anniversary of People's Liberation Army by calling for an elite military force to be built
Ailing Chinese Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo can be moved abroad safely for treatment and he wants to go to either Germany or the United
There has been a meeting of minds between China and European leaders following their Brussels summit.
China hosts 'One Belt,One Road' conference to reposition world trade
North Korea’s latest ballistic missile launch came less than two days before a highly anticipated US-China summit in Florida, theatrically reminding Washington and Beijing what is at…
The clashes were triggered by the fatal police shooting of a Chinese man at his Paris home.
Police in Hong Kong have released on bail nine leaders of the 2014 ‘Umbrella Revolution’ after charging them with public nuisance offences.
Critics say Carrie Lam's appointment was a selection and not an election.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson made the announcement after talks with his Chinese counterpart in Beijing.
China closes its National People's Congress with a push for trade talks with the US.
While much of the world is becoming increasingly reliant on social media and cloud management tools, China still blocks some of the world’s most
Tensions are high and security is tight in Hong Kong, for the visit of a top ranking Chinese official. Zhang Dejiang’s arrival comes amid
Twelve days of parliamentary pomp and ceremony have ended in China with the adoption of a new five-year plan for the economy. It was agreed with a
It’s 57 years since hundreds of Tibetans rose against the Chinese occupation of Tibet and their fight lives on today. On Thursday (10 March 2016)
Five publishers disappear in two months
China officially says goodbye to its one-child policy. The country signed a bill on Sunday allowing all married couples to have a second child from
China says it will not renew press credentials for a French journalist, effectively throwing her out of the country. It comes after Ursula Gauthier
Anastasia Lin, Miss Canada’s Chinese-born Miss World contestant, was stopped in Hong Kong and denied permission to board a flight to the beauty
No sooner has China reportedly put an end to its one-child policy, than a detailed report setting out the estimated economic impact has come to