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Lawyers representing former Chinese labourers forced to work in Japanese factories during World War II filed a lawsuit on Thursday against the Japanese government and two companies, one of them said.
These items and more are delicacies organizers of the first Chinese Cuisine Festival: A Bite of Los Angeles hope to introduce to foodies during its 10-day celebration of China's tastiest dishes, which kicks off Friday today and runs through March 16. “We contacted restaurants we believe represent the best China has to offer,” said ... (more)
New York's leading modern and contemporary art fair, the Armory Show is devoting a special section for the first time to a curated exhibition of contemporary works from China including from Hong Kong.
Huge chunks of concrete and broken machinery are all that is left of a cement plant that once spewed clouds of pollution over China's most polluted province, Hebei.
South Korean officials are criticizing a North Korean artillery launch that they say happened minutes before a Chinese commercial plane flew in the same area.
Depositors wanting to withdraw money from a rural bank in eastern China's prosperous Jiangsu province ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday found the doors locked, their money gone and employees offering a simple explanation.
An East Bay resident and the Oakland-based company he founded were found guilty of stealing an American company's secret recipe for making a chemical used to whiten products from cars to the middle of Oreo cookies and selling it to a competitor controlled by the Chinese government.
China said Wednesday it plans to increase defense outlays by more than 12 percent this year to nearly $132 billion in the face of what a top military official described as increasingly severe security challenges for Beijing.
Attackers who launched a brutal mass knifing at a Chinese train station acted in desperation after a failed attempt to leave the country and become jihadists overseas, a Chinese official was Wednesday quoted as saying.
In his first annual policy speech, Premier Li Keqiang also pledged to move more people into the middle class, cut government waste and push further with President Xi Jinping's signature campaign to fight the rampant official corruption that has undermined public faith in the Communist Party.
Rakon, which makes crystal oscillators used in smart phones and navigation devices, has been publicly censured and fined $30,000 by the stock market's disciplinary tribunal for breaching disclosure rules when it sold 80 per cent of its Chinese factory last year.
Two of the names carved into the Great Wall, in this case near Badaling, China. Authorities hope to cut down on graffiti by giving tourists a designated spot to leave their marks.
Suspect arrested by police for attck that took place last week in the Geha Interchange near Petah Tikva; victim still hospitalized with moderate wounds.
A state-run Chinese newspaper has for the first time identified former domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang as the father of a businessman who is being investigated for graft and implied that Zhou himself is also under investigation for corruption.
China says the vicious slashing spree that killed 29 people in a southern city was the work of separatists linked to international terrorism, but the assailants' homespun methods and low-tech weapons - nothing more than long knives - have led some analysts to suspect they didn't get outside help.