In an ornately decorated building in central Beijing, cobbler Cai Wenke painstakingly makes shoes by hand in a process that has hardly changed since the business first started in 1853.
Britain’s new foreign minister began his first major international trip with a visit to China yesterday, bidding to strengthen trade ties with Beijing ahead of Brexit next year.
Police in Hong Kong sought to ban a political party which promotes independence.
Leaders and experts in global politics gather here at the 2018 World Peace Forum.
The Royal University of Phnom Penh warmly welcomes Dr Chen Xu, the Chairperson of University Council at Tsinghua University.
US farmers and aircraft manufacturers may soon lose their share in the emerging Chinese market due to Donald Trump’s trade frictions with EU member states and Beijing.
Chinese smartphone and telecommunications equipment maker Huawei wrote an open letter to Australian lawmakers on Monday.
Time is running out for Beijing to fulfil its reform promises to maintain stable growth.
Denuclearisation of North Korea is the headline topic at tomorrow’s historical summit.
The speech of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, at the Shangri-la Dialogue in Singapore over the weekend, sidestepped difficult questions about New Delhi’s involvement in minilateral forums, such as the Quad, perceived by Beijing and by critics elsewhere as anti-Chinese.
China lambastes “sudden flip-flops” in US policy after Trump said he was moving to finalise trade sanctions against it.
Washington and Beijing have agreed to abandon any trade war.
SAM Rainsy, president of the illegal Cambodia National Rescue Movement, is misleading the world and discrediting Cambodia for its fast development.
Several commentators call for “an independent Hawaii” and “independent Alaska”.
Top US and Chinese officials kick off crucial trade talks in Beijing.
The first salvos in the budding US-China trade conflict struck old-school sectors like steel and agriculture.
The bright lights of Beijing or Shanghai have never held much allure for Wu Tongxu.
Nanyang International Club (NIC) with Nanyang Technological University Alumni Association (NTU AA) Cambodia held their business and investment forum at Himawari Hotel on April 18.
Senior Chinese diplomat Song Tao will lead a Chinese art troupe to North Korea.
The wife of a detained Chinese lawyer set off on a march of more than 100 kilometers.
The N Korean train that arrived in Beijing looks remarkably similar to one used by the North’s late leader Kim Jong Il.
Speculation that Kim Jong Un visited Beijing on his first-ever foreign trip as North Korea’s leader was rife yesterday.
Beijing declares its third major smog alert of 2018, and the second this month.
Hong Kong’s pro-democracy camp fails to regain some veto power in the city’s legislature.
The move allows the 64-year-old Mr Xi to remain in power for as long as he wishes.
Thousands of Chinese legislators applause to give Xi Jinping a lifetime mandate.
China recently expressed a commitment to prioritise work in various international free trade agreements.
Forty-six foreign journalists are taking part in a media exchange programme.
Senate President and acting head of state Say Chhum signs a Penal Code amendment that punishes for insulting the King.
Xi Jinping’s Belt and Road Initiative aims to strengthen economic ties, says official.