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Q&A With Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop

Ms Bishop Discusses Australia's Relationship With Japan, Security in the Asian Region and the Upcoming Indonesian Election. (1 month and 14 days ago)

Lawless race to the bottom of the ocean must end

The human footprint on the ocean, from the shoreline to the deepest abyss, is growing. (1 month and 14 days ago)

Dalai Lama to Buddhists: Stop violence against Muslims

Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama has made a renewed call for Buddhists in Myanmar and Sri Lanka to cease violence towards the countries' Muslim minorities, in an address delivered on his 79th birthday. (1 month and 14 days ago)

Children among 10 killed by attacks in Afghanistan

Five children were killed by a rocket fired by Taliban fighters during a battle with Afghan security forces in a northern region of the country on Monday, authorities said. (1 month and 14 days ago)

Chinese premier urges war remembrance

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Monday recalled the Chinese People's War of Resistance Against Japanese Invasion, urging remembrance of history. (1 month and 14 days ago)

Japanese war criminal confesses to killing 970 civilians

China's State Archives Administration on Monday publicized the confession of Japanese war criminal Tsutomu Nagashima, the latest in a series of similar publications. (1 month and 14 days ago)

Japan's Unit 731 core to open to public

The core area of the site of Japan's notorious Unit 731 in northeast China's Harbin will be opened to the public in 2015, a source with the Museum of Evidence of War Crimes by Japanese Army Unit 731 said on Monday. (1 month and 14 days ago)

China's Dairy-Consolidation Push to Spur Deal Making

A renewed push by the Chinese government to consolidate the country's dairy industry could spur a new round of deal making and capital raising in the sector. (1 month and 14 days ago)

Victims of WWII Chongqing bombings identified

Chinese historians have identified 2,660 victims of Japanese troops' bombings of southwest China's Chongqing City more than seven decades ago. (1 month and 14 days ago)

Australia Urges Openness on Japan Defense Shift

Australia is urging Japan to explain in more detail to other countries, including China, its historic decision to reinterpret the nation's pacifist constitution (1 month and 14 days ago)

Lufthansa, Air China Boost Partnership

Germany's Deutsche Lufthansa has signed a memorandum of understanding with Chinese flag carrier Air China to expand the scope of the commercial partnership between the two airlines. (1 month and 14 days ago)

Identity of China bus arsonist still unclear

The identity of a man suspected by police of setting a bus fire on Saturday in east China's Hangzhou City is still unclear. (1 month and 14 days ago)

Untimely death of intelligence officer

An intelligence officer died of exhaustion while working in Urumqi, capital of Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, late last month. (1 month and 14 days ago)

17 dead after Xinjiang mine blast

Seventeen miners trapped after a coal mine gas blast in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region have been confirmed dead. (1 month and 14 days ago)

Indonesian race: General vs. governor

The two men vying for Indonesia's presidency this week is a study in contrasts: a self-made furniture salesman and a former general with a long military history. (1 month and 14 days ago)

Street Styles From AsiaStreet Styles From Asia

Fashion from the streets of Tokyo, Sydney, Beijing, Bangkok and more. (1 month and 14 days ago)

Meet the new breed of migrant workers

A city government in South China has started recruiting foreigners as a way of making a mark on the international stage. (1 month and 14 days ago)

Elephant 'kungfu' show angers rights group

A northern Chinese zoo has drawn protest from animal rights activists by putting up elephant shows that featured handstands and other "martial art" performances. (1 month and 14 days ago)

Project to register Nanjing Massacre victims

The Memorial Hall of the Victims in Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders officially began to register the victims in massacre on Sunday. (1 month and 14 days ago)

Bus arson suspect among injured passengers

A man suspected of setting a fire on a bus in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, on Saturday was located by police. (1 month and 14 days ago)

77 years on, Japan still fails to introspect

July 7 is an anniversary that should be remembered by both Chinese and Japanese. (1 month and 14 days ago)

New guidelines to help drug addicts in China

China plans major steps to help drug users, including providing drug rehab services in communities and helping addicts find jobs. (1 month and 15 days ago)

400 trucks burn on Afghan roads

More than 400 trucks carrying fuel and oil were burning on roads west of Kabul, Afghanistan, police spokesman Hashmatullah Stanekzai said Saturday. (1 month and 15 days ago)

See a 'fiery' bridge in Vietnam

A 666-meter-long bridge shaped like a fire-breathing dragon heralds a new era of prosperity in Da Nang, Vietnam. (1 month and 15 days ago)

Fierce typhoon threatens Okinawa

By the time a large, powerful typhoon nears Okinawa early Tuesday, it's likely to be generating winds as strong as a Category 5 hurricane. (1 month and 15 days ago)

Anti-graft organ to publicize inspections feedback

China's anti-corruption authority will publicize online its findings during recent inspections of government departments, in the hope of public supervision, it said on Sunday. (1 month and 15 days ago)

Website launched to promote Nanjing Massacre memorial

Li Gaoshan, a 90-year-old survivor of the Nanjing Massacre in World War II, on Sunday pressed a button to launch, a website designed to promote commemoration of the tragedy. (1 month and 15 days ago)

Birdies in Beijing

For newly rich Chinese, golf is part of a modern luxury lifestyle, along with expensive Swiss watches and fast European cars. (1 month and 15 days ago)

Hong Kong Law Under Threat

Arrests show the danger to independent police and judiciary. (1 month and 15 days ago)

Cotton Falls as Farmers Rush In

Cotton is back in fashion among U.S. farmers, a trend that has pushed prices to the lowest level in more than a year and a half. (1 month and 15 days ago)



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