Philip Wen China appears poised to expel nearly two dozen foreign journalists at The New York Times and Bloomberg.
Philip Wen The Chinese government has delivered a fresh rebuke to Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop, warning that Australia's position on the East China Sea had “jeopardised” bilateral relations.
Philip Wen Little-known Turkestan Islamic Party says it struck at Tiananmen Square, but Uighur activists are sceptical.
Philip Wen Beijing and Nick O'Malley When China marked out an expansive swath of airspace above the East China Sea and effectively claimed it as under its control, it was seen as an abrupt escalation of an already tense territorial...
Beijing: An American businessman who says his employees haven't let him leave the factory he owns on the outskirts of Beijing for more than five days said the standoff may be resolved soon.
Isaac Stone Fish Everyone is trying to cash in on the Chinese love of gambling. But does Beijing have an ace up its sleeve?
Haslinda Amin and Sharon Chen Vice President Joe Biden said the US is pushing China to negotiate quickly with Southeast Asian nations on a code of conduct for the South China Sea, an area that's a "major, major, major highway of...
Philip Wen A man in a wheelchair has set off a home-made bomb inside Beijing’s international airport on Saturday, injuring himself but no others.
Philip Wen A man in a wheelchair has set off a home-made bomb inside Beijing’s international airport, injuring himself but no others in an apparent act of protest.
Edward Wong A Chinese journalist who recently released a documentary about a forced labour camp and has worked as a freelance photographer for The New York Times has been detained by police officers in Beijing,...
Malcolm Moore and James Quinn David Cameron has effectively been barred from visiting China because Beijing is so angry at the Prime Minister for meeting the Dalai Lama last year.
A seven-year-old girl is Beijing's first human case of H7N9 bird flu, local authorities say as China's outbreak of the disease spreads to the capital.
Daniel Flitton A growing electronic blitzkrieg by Beijing - blasted by US President Barack Obama as ''state sponsored'' hacking and now extending to the jamming of Australia's radio news broadcasts in Asia -...
The Obama administration has repeatedly taken up its concerns about Chinese cyber-theft at the highest levels of the Chinese government, including with Chinese military officials.
Beijing China's Communist Party has a new weapon in its battle to win the hearts and minds of teenagers: online games.
John Garnaut, Beijing A Chinese entrepreneur is selling fresh air in soft drink cans, similar to bottled drinking water, as north China is once again choking in toxic smog.
John Garnaut A blanket of toxic air that has blocked out the sun across most of north China is dominating social media and looming as a serious health and political challeng
Daryl Loo, Feiwen Rong BEIJING ordered government vehicles off the roads as part of an emergency response to ease air pollution that has smothered China's capital for the past three days, while warning the smog will...
Belle Taylor Ex-Melbourne architect admits the locals don't know what to make of his cafe and bicycle shop.
Beijing China has sent two patrol ships to a group of islands at the centre of a territorial row with Japan after Tokyo said it would nationalise them.