Stories By Valarie Tan
109 Aug 2014 Sat
With their homes and personal assets completely wiped out, many survivors of China's 6.5-magnitude earthquake are worried that they have nowhere to go.
208 Aug 2014 Fri
As the death toll from Sunday's (Aug 3) earthquake in China's Yunnan province rises, those who survived are struggling to pick up the pieces.
306 Aug 2014 Wed
Thousands of survivors of the 6.5-magnitude earthquake in China's Yunnan province are still cut off from help and facing severe shortage of water, food and shelter, three days after the disaster on Sunday (Aug 3). Channel NewsAsia's Valarie Tan trekked 2 kilometres to get to one quake-hit village.
430 Jul 2014 Wed
The investigation involving former prominent Chinese leader Zhou Yongkang may have won over public opinion, but analysts said the move means little if more is not done to solve corruption people face in their everyday lives.
525 Jul 2014 Fri
Some family members of the victims of TransAsia flight GE222 have questioned the airline's decision to allow the plane to fly in bad weather.
608 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.
703 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.
816 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.
904 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.
1011 May 2012 Fri
Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean said residents of Hougang can now choose who they want to represent them in parliament as their two previous MPs have left the constituency.