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Outrage in Hong Kong at Professor’s Comments
The ultra-nationalist Professor Qingdong has been known for his cynical comments in the past.
January 25, 2012
Hong Kong Pollution Highest on Record
James Middleton of Clear the Air said officials must bear responsibility for the worsening air quality. “The government ...
January 23, 2012
US Expansion in Asia Pacific Not Welcomed in Chinese Press
The announcement of increased US military presence in Australia's bases was largely heralded as a positive step in ...
November 19, 2011
Qantas Asia Solution May Have Risks
The new direction of an historically Australian-based company triggered mass protests from unions.
November 1, 2011
Australian Tourism to Target India and China
Tourism in Australia is set to focus on the Indian and Chinese travellers, hoping to cash in on ...
October 18, 2011
State Government in Australia Debates Confucius Institute
Questions raised in parliamentary debate over Chinese Government-funded education classes in public schools.
October 13, 2011
Dreaming With Ian Munro
Ian Munro, one of Australia's most distinguished pianists and composers, creating music is taking the audience on a ...
August 23, 2011
Walmart Targeted by Largest Class Action in US History
In the largest class action lawsuit in U.S. history, the Supreme Court conducted a hearing on behalf of ...
March 31, 2011
Hong Kong Court Upholds Freedom and Shen Yun
The court's verdict was an encouraging step towards ensuring cultural freedom, said Chairperson of Hong Kong Human Rights ...
March 9, 2011
Doubt Rises in Renault Spying Case
Renault SA facing fresh challenges, after it was revealed that the company might have made an error in ...
March 7, 2011
Fake Wines Pose a Threat to Hong Kong, Industry
Hong Kong has become the hub of wine collectors and consumers since 2008, when the tax on wine ...
February 28, 2011
Hong Kong Budget Highlights Aging Population Crisis
Hong Kong's population is fast becoming the most rapidly aging in Asia. Can the country afford it?
February 23, 2011
Hong Kong’s Retail Boosted by Mainland Chinese Visitors
Mainland Chinese visitors are the main buyers in Hong Kong, spending an average of HK$12,000 per tourist.
February 22, 2011
Dancer: ‘Everyone plays a part’ in Shen Yun
Stephanie Iacono was fascinated by the 'Recalling The Great Qin' dance.
Arts & Culture
February 20, 2011
Ballet Academy Teacher Revels in Shen Yun’s ‘Purity’
Valerie Jenkins commended the dancers for their discipline and artistic professionalism.
Arts & Culture
February 19, 2011
London’s Luxury Hotel Market Booming
London is set to boost its luxury hotel supply ahead of the 2012 Winter Olympic Games, striking gold ...
February 13, 2011
Cyclone Yasi Drives Up Sugar Prices
Sugar futures soared in the United States and Europe, after a monster cyclone Yasi hit Australia's northern region ...
February 3, 2011
MySpace Cuts Almost 50 Percent of Jobs
MySpace is cutting almost 50 percent of its staff, according to an official statement by MySpace's CEO Mike ...
January 13, 2011
Dissident Attempts to Attend Hong Kong Activist’s Funeral (Video)
The memorial service for Szeto Wah, often called the “foot soldier for democracy,” is to be held in ...
January 13, 2011
Queensland Floods: Brisbane Braces for Catastrophic Flooding (Photos)
Queensland floods: Since the Queensland floods were heralded by Tropical Cyclone Tasha on Christmas morning, the death toll ...
January 11, 2011
Hong Kong Luxury Property Market Surges
Hong Kong is facing a property crisis, as prices continue to surge in a market where availability cannot ...
January 9, 2011
Szeto Wah, Chinese Democracy Activist, Dies at 79 (Video)
Szeto Wah, one of the most influential figures in Hong Kong, passed away on Jan. 2 after a ...
January 6, 2011
L’Oreal, eBay Get Counterfeit Ruling
The world's largest cosmetics company, L'Oreal SA, has taken eBay Inc. to court.
December 14, 2010
Hong Kong Experiences Fake Gold Scam
While the discovered amount is small, some analysts believe it may be just the tip of the iceberg.
December 2, 2010
HK’s 2010 Air Pollution Death Toll Nears 600
Hong Kong roadside air pollution is expected in 2010 to kill more than twice the number of people ...
October 13, 2010
Michelle Obama: ‘Most Powerful’ Woman in the World
Forbes described Obama as a role model for the new generation.
October 8, 2010
Japan Imposes Record Tax on Cigarettes
Japan's 40 percent tax hike for cigarettes will become effective Friday.
October 6, 2010
US Will Remove Xiaomi From Blacklist, Reversing Action by Trump
Amazon Wins $303 Million Court Fight in Blow to EU Tax Crusade
Posted Ancient Poem Likely Criticizing Beijing Rattles Stock Market
Consumer Prices Jump 0.8 Percent in April as Worries Escalate
The Associated Press
Minnesota Judge Opens Door to Longer Sentence for Chauvin in Floyd’s Death
Pelosi, Schumer Come to Rep. Cheney’s Defense After House GOP Votes to Oust Her
One in 4 Gas Stations in North Carolina out of Fuel: Tracker
Bangladesh Hits Back at China’s Threat Against Joining US-led QUAD
Blinken Calls Hezbollah ‘Threat,’ US Blacklists 7 Lebanese Nationals
US Needs ‘Real Time Reaction Team’ to Combat Rise in Ransomware Attacks: Sen. Warner