China steps up censorship on booming short video industryChina steps up censorship on booming short video industryShort video platforms which stormed into China's internet over the past two years will be subjected to stricter censorship and potentially higher costs after authorities introduced new regulations ranging from barring defaming the Communist Party leaders to sexual moaning.

Cold snap to freeze north ChinaCold snap to freeze north China A cold wave will hit northern parts of China over the next two days with temperatureslikely to drop by as much as 14 degrees Celsius in …

China think tank urges gov't to end 1-child policyChina think tank urges gov't to end 1-child policy A government think tank is urging Chinese leaders to start phasing out China's one-child policy immediately and allow two children for e…

CCTV's coverage on Sandy provoked much criticismCCTV's coverage on Sandy provoked much criticismChina’s CCTV, China Central Television, eagerly sent over several teams of reporters to report live on Hurricane Sandy from the US. Or m…

Hong Kong's office space 'crisis'Hong Kong's office space 'crisis'Companies seeking office space in Hong Kong are all dressed up, with nowhere to go.

Update: Storm spins death with economic loss hard to gaugeUpdate: Storm spins death with economic loss hard to gaugeAt least 72 died as the shape-shifting hurricane and winter storm ravaged the eastern U.S., and searchers continued looking for victims W…

Stunning winter scenes in Kanas LakeStunning winter scenes in Kanas LakeKanas is one of those places where even a single glimpse can take your breath away. Kanas sits right next to the Altai mountains, renowne…