Philip Wen In its worldwide pursuit of corrupt officials who have absconded with billions in illicit funds, China is, increasingly loudly, asking foreign governments for help.
Andrew Jacobs Han residents in China's Xinjiang region are living in fear, after ethnic tension triggered violent attacks.
Talks between Japanese and Chinese officials have raised hopes of a thaw in relations between the two countries.
Jason Koutsoukis Australia's Indian community are planning a Sydney stadium welcome for new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi after he addresses Parliament in Canberra.
Michael Birnbaum With the West pushing hard to isolate Russia, President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday turned to the East to find an escape hatch as his nation celebrated dozens of trade deals with neighbouring China.
Andrew Jacobs Siberian tiger Kuzya, like Mr Putin, has territorial ambitions, which this week drew him across the frigid Amur River that separates Russia and China.
Chris Zappone Taiwan's President used the country's National Day celebrations to urge mainland China to embrace democracy, starting with troubled Hong Kong.
Aftershocks continue after an earthquake in southwest China's mountainous Yunnan province killed one person, left more than 300 people injured and displaced thousands more.
Annie Gowen The Dalai Lama has said informal talks are continuing with the Chinese about a possible return to his homeland of Tibet, if only for a visit, and he has cautiously praised Chinese President Xi...
The 10,000 pigeons released in a ceremony for China's National Day underwent unusual scrutiny, with each having its feathers and anus checked for dangerous materials, state-run media reports say.
Philip Wen A skinny, bespectacled 17-year-old is at the forefront of a surging protest movement in Hong Kong.
Didi Tang China's government has cut off news about Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests to the rest of the country, a clampdown so thorough that no image of the rallies has appeared in state-controlled media,...
Beijing: Social media users in China gave a collective groan Monday after the country's Communist rulers blocked Instagram in the wake of protests in Hong Kong.
Philip Wen “They don’t have this where you’re from do they?” a school supervisor says wryly. “It’s as though its wartime.”
A knife-wielding man has stabbed to death four primary schoolchildren in southern China, state media report, the latest in a series of such attacks in recent years.
Ganesh Nagarajan A $US74 million ($83 million) Indian spacecraft entered orbit around Mars on Wednesday after an almost yearlong voyage, and for 11 per cent of the cost of the US Maven probe.
Bibhudatta Pradhan and Shobhana Chandra A decade ago, the United States saw Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as an international pariah. Next week he'll address a sell-out crowd at Madison Square Garden and stroll down the red carpet at...
Megha Rajagopalan BEIJING, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Dozens of Chinese firms are producing and exporting "tools of torture", from electric stun guns to metal spiked batons, to countries with bad human rights records, rights...
Thomas Erdbrink and Chris Buckley Two Chinese warships have docked at Iran's principal naval port for the first time in history, Iranian admirals told state television on Sunday, adding that both countries would conduct four days of...
Bharatha Mallawarachi Proposed maritime 'Silk Road' linking China with Europe coincides with launch of billion-dollar power plant and port city projects.