Proposal comes four years after about 31,000 prisoners released for World War II commemorations.
Talk of a nascent Asian civilisation ignores the fact that China and India continue to deeply shape modern civilisation as the birthplaces of Buddhism, yoga, paper and tea
The art of misdirection is alive and well in world politics, and news media must share the blame for playing along. The media must start playing the role of a fourth estate by adopting a moral high ground, instead of just commercial considerations.
Law professor says she can see no reason why process should not begin, while extradition expert agrees but believes the decision would be ‘very foolish’.
Unlike the CIA or MI6, the Ministry of State Security doesn’t have an official website or any publicly listed contacts. So what is known about the sprawling espionage operation?
China’s soccer fans love to snack when they watch the beautiful game. They’ve shared one of their favourites, spicy garlic crayfish, with the world – sending a trainload to Russia. Here are five more of their most favourite match munchies
Most of Beijing’s foreign aid donations take the form of loans, but there are serious questions about how some of the beneficiaries will repay the money