Mainland business authorities are investigating Microsoft, the US technology giant confirmed yesterday, with reports that the focus was on antitrust behaviour.Tuesday, 29 July, 2014, 3:01am 10 comments More on Microsoft
The downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 “may amount to a war crime”, the UN said as the death toll from fighting in eastern Ukraine claimed more than 1,100 lives.28 Jul 2014 - 7:51pm More on Malaysia Airlines flight 17
After a long, bureaucratic 18 months, Mike Norton had little reason to doubt that by this weekend he would finally welcome Joseph and Marianna, his new Chinese son and daughter, to their home the US.28 Jul 2014 - 5:51pm 15 comments
OSI Group, a meat supplier to McDonald’s, said it would recall all products made by its Shanghai plant.28 Jul 2014 - 5:28pm 2 comments
McDonald's issued another apology for its part in the rotten meat scandal, saying a "lack of clarity" had confused people. But it did not answer when asked if there had been a cover-up.28 Jul 2014 - 5:29pm 24 comments
Deteriorating security in Syria and Iraq poses a severe risk to China, with the two countries becoming a training ground for "terrorists" from Xinjiang, a senior Chinese diplomat said.29 Jul 2014 - 4:06am
Anti-graft authorities have begun their latest round of inspections in Tibet, with a focus on high-ranking cadres and those expecting promotions.28 Jul 2014 - 4:17pm
Student survivors of South Korea’s ferry disaster, testifying for the first time on Monday in the murder trial of the captain and crew, recalled being repeatedly told to stay put as the ship was sinking.28 Jul 2014 - 6:12pm More on South Korea ferry disaster
A United States-based meat supplier whose Shanghai subsidiary is at the centre of a food safety scandal has promised sweeping changes to its management structure.29 Jul 2014 - 4:08am More on China Food Scandals
The yellow alert for flight delays at airports in Shanghai and Hangzhou has been lifted as weather in the region cleared up, the mainland’s civilian air traffic authority said in an update on its website.28 Jul 2014 - 7:12pm
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Thomas Yasuda says its time for Hong Kong's business community to set aside self-interest and political detachment, and to support the public by standing up for democracy.29 Jul 2014 - 2:05am
The Post begins a two-part series about the chief executive election in 2017, the most important - and contentious - electoral reform since the implementation of "one country, two systems" in 1997.28 Jul 2014 - 9:00am 2 comments
The five leading business chambers formed a united front yesterday to oppose Occupy Central, warning that the pro-democracy civil disobedience movement might inflict damage on the city's economy.29 Jul 2014 - 3:38am More on Occupy Central
The head of Hong Kong’s de facto central bank has rejected calls from some lawmakers to use part of the city’s HK$3 trillion Exchange Fund to pay for infrastructure projects or social welfare.28 Jul 2014 - 6:28pm 7 comments
Mainland business authorities are investigating Microsoft, the US technology giant confirmed yesterday, with reports that the focus was on antitrust behaviour.29 Jul 2014 - 3:01am 10 comments More on Microsoft
A San Francisco-based cybersecurity expert claims he has hacked and taken control of hundreds of highly automated rooms at a five-star Shenzhen hotel.29 Jul 2014 - 3:28am
Fireworks danced across the sky in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday night, ahead of yesterday's Hari Raya Puasa holiday marking the end of Ramadan.28 Jul 2014 - 11:27pm More on Malaysia Airlines flight 17
Abu Sayyaf gunmen attacked Filipinos travelling to celebrate the end of Ramadan with their families yesterday, killing 19, including five children, in a brazen attack that was the bloodiest in recent years by the militant group, police and the military said.28 Jul 2014 - 11:19pm
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Monday that the obstacle to ending fighting between Israel, Islamist Hamas militants and Palestinians in Gaza Strip was “political will.”28 Jul 2014 - 11:56pm 1 comment
Ukraine said its troops had taken more territory from pro-Russian rebels near the site where Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was brought down.29 Jul 2014 - 2:54am More on Malaysia Airlines flight 17
The head of Hong Kong's de facto central bank has rejected calls from some lawmakers to use part of the city's HK$3 trillion Exchange Fund to pay for infrastructure projects or welfare.29 Jul 2014 - 2:55am
A cross-border payment system linking the Hong Kong Monetary Authority and the Bank of Thailand will bolster regional financial stability and trim risks by allowing Asian players to settle transactions without having to wait hours for the United States market to open.29 Jul 2014 - 4:19am
While higher duties on property purchases in Hong Kong have scared off affluent mainland buyers, the demand for flats for rental for their children studying in the city remains unchanged.29 Jul 2014 - 12:54am 1 comment
Premier Li Keqiang is pinning hopes on a programme he initiated a decade ago to ensure the target of 7.5 per cent economic growth is reached this year, but economists are worried.28 Jul 2014 - 6:29am
From old old cinema seats to period clocks and well-thumbed maps, local collectors are turning their passion for vintage goods and curios into thriving businesses.28 Jul 2014 - 7:00pm More on LIFE
Tattooed on the left forearm of chef Bruno Menard are three Michelin stars, an indelible souvenir of his culinary achievement at L'Osier, a restaurant opened by cosmetics maker Shiseido in Tokyo.25 Jul 2014 - 1:49am
For the danger they posed, the lapses were appalling. They put lives at risk, that much is clear. But they were shocking, too, due to where they happened. The US government's high-security disease-control laboratories, which house samples of the most harmful germs in the world, cannot afford to screw up.27 Jul 2014 - 3:47am
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Formula One leaders Mercedes have acknowledged that the title battle between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg has reached a point where the drivers will put their own interests first.28 Jul 2014 - 10:38pm
As new genre of caste-based cookbooks reveals, India's culinary customs not only denote class and region, but symbolise faith, dictate who you marry and can be a barrier to social mobility.27 Jul 2014 - 5:48pm 6 comments
Thousands of people saw their life savings wiped out when the "low-risk" fund into which they had put their nest eggs imploded last year. Benjamin Robertson looks into the murky world of LM Investment Management and what its collapse should signal to the investing public.27 Jul 2014 - 12:05am 5 comments
Bangladeshi Muslims scramble for space on the roof of an overcrowded train to head hone in Dhaka, while a couple sit on a bench as they look at a parascending in Nice, and more ...
China has built up a reputation for taking on ambitious civil engineering projects in some of the most dramatic and beautiful scenery in the country.
Fields of gold - A woman walks through a maze of bright yellow blooms covering a field during a three - day sunflower festival in the town of Nogi, Tochigi prefecture, a mother and daughter cross a
The forests of southwest China are among the safest and most hospitable places on earth … for elephants.
The quadrennial Commonwealth Games are in full swing in Glasgow, Scotland.
Bangladeshi Muslims scramble for space on the roof of an overcrowded train to head
China has built up a reputation for taking on ambitious civil engineering projects
Fields of gold - A woman walks through a maze of bright yellow blooms covering a f
The quadrennial Commonwealth Games are in full swing in Glasgow, Scotland.