China has opposed the holding of a G20 meeting in Kashmir, while Turkey and Saudi Arabia have not registered for the event to be held in Srinagar.
One joke by a Chinese comedian about the nation’s military has spurred online uproar, a $2 million fine, a police probe, a sweep of cancelled shows and fears for the survival of Chinese stand-up comedy, a rare refuge for somewhat free speech.
A Chinese fishing vessel has capsized in the central Indian Ocean, state media reported Wednesday, with its crew of 17 Chinese, 17 Indonesian and five Filipino sailors missing
<p>Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang will visit Myanmar and India from May 2-5, China's Foreign Ministry said today.</p><p>Qin will be in India for a meeting of foreign ministers from the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation grouping, the ministry added in a brief statement.</p>
Chinese billionaire Jack Ma on Monday took up a visiting professor position at a Japanese university, another new academic role for the founder of tech giant Alibaba
The death toll in a fire that ripped through a hospital in China's capital Beijing has risen to 29, a city official said Wednesday
China has delivered two frigates to Pakistan’s navy, completing a four-warship deal inked in 2018, Chinese media reported, amid deepening military cooperation between the two nations in one of the
A kindergarten teacher in China quit her job after her first venture into live-streaming saw her rake in 10 years' worth of salary in one broadcast
China said yesterday it was expelling Canada’s consul in Shanghai, in a tit-for-tat move after Ottawa announced it was sending home a Chinese diplomat accused of trying to intimidate a lawmaker.
China’s defence minister yesterday told Pakistan’s navy chief that their militaries including their navies should “expand into new fields of cooperation” to bolster the capability of the two neighbours in safeguarding security in the region.
India today said its relations with China cannot be normal if peace and tranquillity in border areas is disturbed
A China-based online network tried to recruit protesters in Europe and set up a media firm in Britain as part of a disinformation campaign, Facebook owner Meta said.
Chinese warplanes and navy ships were still in the waters around Taiwan, the island’s defence ministry said yesterday after the end of three days of war games, as Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen criticised Beijing for its “irresponsible” behaviour.
China ended three days of military drills around Taiwan yesterday saying they had tested integrated military capabilities under actual combat conditions, having practised precision strikes and blockading the island that Beijing views as its own.
As China launches three days of military drills around Taiwan, AFP looks at the history of relations between the self-ruled island and Beijing:
Seventy-one Chinese military aircraft crossed the sensitive median line of the Taiwan Strait yesterday as China began drills around Taiwan in anger at President Tsai Ing-wen’s meeting with the speaker of the US House of Representatives.