Mainland stocks took another dive yesterday as the government's unprecedented measures to prop up the market seemed to peter out after managing to reverse a rout for three weeks.
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Mind games in bid for 2022 Winter Olympics: we can make snow, says Beijing; we have real snow, says Almaty
The world's most populous nation against a new kid on the block. A global capital that hosted an Olympics just a few years ago against a city which many people may not be able to find on a map. Such is the study in contrasts between the two contenders for the 2022 Winter Games: Beijing and Almaty, Kazakhstan.
A Greek tragedy ... plays out in Hong Kong
Star of Magic Mike XXL Channing Tatum uncovered ...
A chat with the Olsen twins
Take a road trip around Hong Kong
The 150th anniversary of the China Inland Mission
Meet some of the fascinating but underappreciated residents ...
Serena Williams on fashion, family and tennis
Local chefs use the fruits to beat the summer heat
Couture techniques in clothing and accessories
Appetite for science
Hong Kong's top chefs work their magic on the humble tomato ...
Local chefs create spicy menus for the more adventurous dine...
Space invaders: ‘The final frontier’ is ready for touris...
Inside China’s booming contemporary-art market
Selected works by SCMP's veteran political cartoonist Harry Harrison from July 2015.
A special maritime visitor has arrived at Ocean Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui. It's a ship called the Logos Hope, which is offering a literary platform for Hong Kong residents. It offers more than 5,000 titles for both adults and children, some with a Christian slant.
In a nation known for its stunning beauty, the landscape that makes up the Yadan landform is among China’s most stunning. This region of the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region in the mainland’s northwest is among the nation’s most inhospitable, with little rain and often scorching temperatures.
A boy rides on his father’s shoulders through a field of sunflowers during a threeday festival in Japan, a bus carrying Chinese tourists lies overturned on a road in the popular resort island of Phuket, Thailand, and more ...
A selection of images from the weekend’s Rugby Championship 2015 test matches.
South Korean scientists create a thin battery-powered mesh made from silver nanowires that generates heat so users can "wrap" therapeutic heat around body parts, instead of going to a doctor or therapist for treatment.
Wall Street sank on Monday after the steepest decline in Chinese stocks in eight years raised concerns about growth and it's trading implications. (Photo: Xinhua)
SCMP.tv headed to Hong Kong's Ani-Com & Games 2015 to talk to some of the coolest cosplayers about their costumes.
Jointly organised by the South China Morning Post and RTHK since 1988, Operation Santa Claus is one of the largest charitable donation drives in Hong Kong. By November 2013, it had raised more than HK$211 million for over 190 charitable projects.
Vadim Makhorov and Vitaliy Raskalov not only climbed to the top of the Shanghai Tower, but also scaled a crane on top of the building. The pair sneaked into the building site at midnight on Chinese New Year and spent almost two hours climbing up 120 floors to reach a height of 650 metres.
The Sony World Photography Awards, organised by the London-based World Photography Organisation, seeks to recognise and reward outstanding work in three categories: Professional, Open and Youth.
In a special report, the Post examines Myanmar's enduring links to China, its largest trading partner, ahead of the Southeast Asian country's first free general elections in a quarter-century next year.
Hong Kong welcomed more than 2.5 million overseas visitors in 1981, drawn here by the world famous harbour, bargain shopping, and, if the official tourist guide is anything to go by, topless bars and bikini-clad escorts.
An ordinary domestic helper from Manila reaches her dream city of Hong Kong – only to find herself at odds with a flawed and troubled labour system
The South China Morning Post's multimedia “ghost town map” offers one perspective on where the new ghost towns may be in the next five years.
Hong Kong’s hawkers will die out in less than 50 years, if current stringent policies don’t change. Talking to different hawkers from those manning dai pai dongs to itinerant hawkers selling fruit on carts and stall owners touting clothes on Mong Kok’s famous hawker streets, the South China Morning Post reports on what is pushing the trade into extinction.
Two years into President Xi Jinping's massive anti-corruption campaign in China, we have collected all the Communist Party's announcements of graft probes since Xi's rise to power.
The data show how graft probes have spread across the nation and intensified since early 2014.
A two-part special report on how Hong Kong copes with tropical cyclones