Britain's Prince Charles, who is to give a speech at the start of the UN climate summit in Paris next week, said in an interview out on Monday that the war in Syria could be linked to global warming.
When feisty Chinese admirals or American generals fire off verbal macho-missiles, I either consider sliding under my earthquake-reinforced university desk or slipping over into the comfy contentment of denial that all is actually under control.
Hong Kong Ballet’s Romeo and Juliet returned to the repertoire for the first time since 2009, enabling audiences to reassess the production and a new generation of dancers to tackle the leading roles.
Charlie Siem spoke to Vanessa Yung ahead of his Hong Kong debut this week.
What’s special about your debut concert with the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong this Saturday?
Cardinal John Tong Hon raised the stakes for gay rights activists on November 5 when he called on Hong Kong’s Catholics – who make up 5 per cent of the population – to consider candidates’ views on homosexuality when they vote in this coming Sunday’s district council elec
Relatives mourn for lost loved ones on 100th day since Tianjin explosion
Medical advances mean organs once considered unfit may one day soon be used in donations.
It was never going to be as popular as the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, or Apple iPhone 6s and 6s Plus or the LG V10, but BlackBerry’s latest release, Priv, is turning a few heads not least because it is the Canadian mobile phone maker’s first Android smartphone.
China denied that it held political prisoners and said it prohibited the use of torture when it faced a United Nations' review of its record on Wednesday, evoking derision from exiled dissidents.
Asia-Pacific leaders will on Thursday wrap up two days of talks in Manila that have been overshadowed by an arm-wrestle for regional influence between the United States and China.