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.
China does not want a trade war with the US but will defend its interests.
A search by a US firm for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is expected to complete its survey by mid-June.
China will not threaten anyone as it rises its defense spending.
China is “strongly dissatisfied” with the US bill promoting relations with Taiwan.
China is developing technologies to build a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier.
The US upholds tariffs imposed last year on imports of Chinese aluminum foil.
Economists are lauding the stability of Xi Jinping continued rule.
A potential president for life in Beijing bodes ill for governance. China’s rubber-stamp legislature is set to scrap term limits for leaders, meaning President Xi Jinping could stay around well beyond 2023, when his second term finishes.
The report gives vent to imaginary thinking about strategic, technological, doctrinal and political/diplomatic surprises in potential US conflicts with China, Russia, North Korea and Iran.
China’s plan for Xi Jinping to remain in office indefinitely has sparked criticisms.
Chinese Communist Party’s leadership calls for the removal of presidential term limits.
Beijing protests Washington’s decision to impose sanctions against Chinese companies deals with North Korea.
A fire broke out on Saturday at one of the most sacred sites for Tibetan Buddhism, Lhasa’s revered Jokhang temple.
China expresses anger over Modi’s visit to the remote Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh.
The issue would be raised with an international ocean mapping agency under the UN.
Beijing accuses Washington of “excessive protectionism” after targeting US imports.
I refer to the commentary by Chan Kunthiny, titled “Can Singapore be an honest regional broker?”, published by Khmer Times on 1 February 2018. The commentary seems to suggest that Singapore has taken sides against China.
A woman is killed and 12 injured after a man carried out a knife attack in a mall in a busy shopping district in Beijing.
Dalian Wanda Group announces it would sell a $1.24 billion stake to Alibaba Group.
Uighur Muslims escaped from a Thai jail, have been detained in Malaysia.
With total box office takings of 553 million yuan ($87.8 million) as of last Sunday, Aamir Khan’s Secret Superstar is the most successful imported movie on the Chinese mainland of 2018 so far.
China confirms it has detained Swedish citizen and Hong Kong-based bookseller Gui Minhai, after his daughter spoke out.
China plans to stamp out all remaining cryptocurrency trading in the country.
China launches an anti-dumping investigation into US sorghum imports, spurring worries of a trade war between the two economies.
The daughter of missing Swedish publisher says she fears never see him again.
China says it is “firmly opposed” to the US defence department’s Nuclear Posture Review’s new nuclear weapons policy statement.