Stories By Valarie Tan
108 Jul 2014 Tue
China and the United States are set to attempt to mend soured ties in Beijing, at high-level talks involving Vice Premier Wang Yang and US Secretary of State John Kerry.
203 Jul 2014 Thu
Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in South Korea on Thursday. His trip comes at a time when Japan is threatening to upstage China's growing economic and military influence in the region.
316 Jun 2014 Mon
Chinese filmmakers and television companies are keen to use the upcoming Singapore Media Festival as a platform to explore more ways to export China-made content.
404 Jun 2014 Wed
Tiananmen Square, one of the most prominent tourism landmarks in China, was the site of student-led protests where hundreds died in clashes with the military on 4 June 1989. The event is unmarked in China.
530 May 2014 Fri
Territorial disputes between China and its neighbours have risen to new heights in recent weeks. But analysts say China's push for stronger economic ties will ensure the tension will not escalate further.
623 May 2014 Fri
The US$400 billion gas deal between Russia and China is expected to be just the first of many more partnerships to come, as the two powers have decided to put business above politics.
720 May 2014 Tue
China and Russia have moved to enhance political and economic cooperation, which analysts say is part of Moscow's strategy to counter European sanctions over the crisis in Ukraine.
819 May 2014 Mon
China's property sector showed further signs of cooling for the month of April -- average prices of new homes in 70 major cities rose 6.7 per cent on-year, down from 7.7 per cent a month earlier. Some economists said that the real estate downturn could be the main drag on China's growth this year.
914 May 2014 Wed
Hundreds of people were arrested in Vietnam on Wednesday, accused of looting and setting fire to dozens of factories near Ho Chi Minh City, as anger over an oil rig that a Chinese state-run company placed in disputed South China Sea waters became violent.
1012 May 2014 Mon
Chinese police have arrested more than 200 people over six weeks in the northwestern Xinjiang region after a spate of train station attacks. Cities like Beijing and Shanghai have also stepped up checks at public transport hubs after the attacks.