Chinese naval vessels have become the first ships to dock at a new pier at a Cambodian naval base that the United States and some international security experts say is destined to serve as a strategic outpost for Beijingās navy.
China has intensified a crackdown on online scams operated in border areas of Myanmar. The drive has been showcased by confession videos and national TV broadcasts of arrests of high-profile suspects.
Standup comedy is booming in China, and Chinese people living around the world are setting up local Mandarin-language comedy clubs as far afield as Tokyo, Madrid and New York.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is heading to Mexico this week, a trip announced shortly after her agency created a new strike force to help combat illicit fentanyl trafficking.
The Chinese military said that an American naval ship had āillegally intrudedā on Monday into waters near the Second Thomas Shoal, the site of a hot territorial dispute between China and the Philippines in the South China Sea.
Trinity Rodman had a goal and two assists for the United States in a 3-0 victory against China in an exhibition match.
The Philippine government says China has executed two Filipinos for drug trafficking despite its appeals to commute their death sentences to life in prison.
Henry Kissinger is being remembered positively in China as an envoy who was willing to overlook ideological differences at the height of the Cold War and long after.
The Taliban governmentās new ambassador to China has arrived in Beijing. It is the first time Afghanistanās rulers have officially sent an ambassador to another country since returning to power more than two years ago.
COP28 talks turn to a power game with Modi and bin Salman speaking ā as Biden and Jinping are absent
Dozens of world leaders said they know the planetās dangerously overheating and they are trying to keep it from getting worse.
A federal judge has blocked Montanaās first-in-the-nation law banning the video-sharing app TikTok in the state while a legal challenge to the law moves through the courts.
Meta says it has found and disabled thousands of fake Facebook accounts linked to China that were used to spread politically partisan content in the United States before next yearās election.
The Chinese defense ministryās top spokesperson has said that the U.S. should stop interfering in both Taiwan and the South China Sea. Senior Col.
The death on Wednesday of former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has drawn admiration and scorn from political leaders around the world, highlighting the complicated legacy of Kissingerās views about what it meant to serve Americaās interests during the Cold War ā and how the country should
Congress members, activists decry assaults against anti-China protesters during San Francisco summit
A man protesting against the Chinese government during the recent Asia-Pacific economic summit in San Francisco says he was attacked by supporters of the Chinese ruling party and is urging local police to take action.
China has presented the United Nations Security Council with a four-point plan for Middle East peace in a demonstration of its ambitions to be a global superpower.
The global economy, which has proved surprisingly resilient this year, is expected to falter next year under the strain of wars, still-elevated inflation and continued high interest rates.
Myanmar and China are conducting naval drills together as the military government in the Southeast Asian nation loses ground in the northeast to a coalition of armed ethnic militias that also has strong ties to Beijing.
A Hong Kong court has started hearing the final arguments of some of the cityās best-known pro-democracy activists tried under a law imposed by Chinaās ruling Communist Party to crush dissent.
A violent rock burst in a coal mine has killed 11 people in Chinaās northeastern Heilongjiang province.
Malaysiaās government says more than 120 suspected victims of job scams have been rescued after being stranded by fighting in northern Myanmar between the military and armed ethnic groups.
A year ago, Li Houchen was on the streets of Shanghai, hollering āFreedom!ā to protest Chinaās harsh āzero COVIDā controls and growing authoritarianism.
Japan and Vietnam have agreed to boost their security and economic ties in the face of Chinaās growing influence in the region.
Police are investigating a Chinese wealth management company owned by Zhongzhi Enterprise Group days after the firm told investors it was insolvent.
Beijing is calling for a cease-fire in Myanmar after a coalition of ethnic fighters seized several crossings along Myanmarās border with China in the past month.
A Beijing court is holding compensation hearings for Chinese relatives of people who died on a Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared in 2014 on a flight to Beijing.
A year after protests pushed Beijing to end its stringent āzero-COVIDā controls, a retired architect is on the road displaying portraits of life under the policy.
An alliance of armed ethnic minority groups that launched a surprise offensive last month against Myanmarās military has seized a major trading gate on the countryās northeastern border with China.
Chinaās health ministry says a surge in respiratory illnesses across the country that has drawn the attention of the APHealth Organization is caused by the flu and other known pathogens and not by a novel virus.
South Korea, Japan and China agree to resume trilateral leadersā summit, but without specific date
The top diplomats from South Korea, Japan and China have agreed to revive cooperation among the Asian neighbors and resume their leadersā trilateral summit.