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Throughout China’s rise from a poor country to a global economic powerhouse, the fundamentals of its statecraft and strategic doctrine have remained largely unchanged. Indeed, now its leaders are subverting the regional status quo by provoking territorial, maritime, and riparian disputes with its neighbors.

China delays announcement of Chen Xitong’s death until after the 24th anniversary on June 4 of the Tiananmen Square massacre of hundreds of students

Deadlock and dangers on the Korean peninsula will be high on the agenda of this week’s two-day summit between the Chinese and US leaders

Beijing says it has been the victim of serious attacks by the US, increasing pressure on Barack Obama before a meeting with Xi Jinping this week

China launches a trade probe into European wine exports less than 24 hours after the EU threatened Beijing with duties on solar panels

CHINA'S entertainment and media market is set to grow 12 percent a year over the next five years and reach US$203 billion in 2017, an industry report predicts.

GOME, China's second largest home appliance retailer, says it has teamed up with Alibaba's consumer shopping site Tmall to boost Internet sales.

The European agriculture is taking the first hits against the spread of H7 avian influenza as the Hong Kong government has put the brakes on certain imports. Hong Kong's Centre for Food Safety of the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department announced …

CHINA has launched anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations into wines imported from the European Union, the Ministry of Commerce said today.

SHANGHAI stocks fell for a fifth day in a row after data showed China's service sector posted only slight expansion last month.

Beijing Review reports: Almost 7 million­—this will be the number of college graduates in China in 2013, a year which promises to be the toughest job hunting season in Chinese history. Never before has the nation had so many graduates…

Service activity at China's private and export-oriented firms improved slightly in May, giving new evidence that the recovery of the world's second-largest economy remains fragile.

SHANGHAI stocks dropped in morning trading after data showed China's service sector expanded slightly in May.

Toyota Motor will recall 242,000 Prius and Lexus hybrid cars globally because of a braking problem, the company said today, adding that it was not reported to have caused any accidents.

The powerful State Reserves Bureau’s intentions behind its various inquiries about buying the red metal have been the talk of the market

THE price of oil fell slightly yesterday as traders awaited the latest report on oil supplies and gasoline demand.

STOCKS dipped on Wall Street yesterday as traders anticipated a pullback in economic stimulus from the Federal Reserve.

Battered Chinese test prep and training school operator Ambow Education says it has appointed two new independent directors, Dr. Ping Wu and Mr. Winston Sim. Mr. Sim has also been appointed as a member of the audit committee. The appointment is yet ano…