Latest news, features and opinion on ethnic Chinese people overseas, including students studying abroad, the Chinese diaspora and the experiences of immigrants in countries such as the United States, Canada, Australia and Britain and regions such as Southeast Asia.
Recognition for the Asian actress – and others from the region – will boost the confidence of the industry here and beyond.
Charges of being an agent for China were dropped against a Tibetan-American police officer, but one observer says Beijing seeks to sow division among Tibetans and this case helped magnify these divides.
Much of the dark chapter around the sexual assault of Indonesian-Chinese women remains unspoken, 25 years after the May 1998 riots.
German and Canadian ministers comment on Chinese operations in their countries but Beijing denies conducting extraterritorial law enforcement or overseas spying.
Britain said it would remove the right of some international students to bring family members into the country, part of measures to bring down annual net migration which reached over 500,000 last year.
Asian-American arts and grass-roots community are the focus of Arlan Huang’s exhibition in New York City. Photos, paintings, posters and fliers from the past 50 years are on view at the famous ‘friendship store’ Pearl River Mart.
Eight climbers, including the Chinese and Indian nationals, have died on Mount Everest during the current season which started in March.
Investigations at three hotels where Cheng Jianan, 22, stayed with her boyfriend Lhi Chiming, 25, suggest she was tortured then drowned in a bathtub after a series of fights.
Chloe Zhao’s successful 2020 drama Nomadland marked a turning point for Asian women directors. We look at 11 of the most promising talents to watch out for.
Weibao Wang’s case was among five announced by a ‘strike force’ aimed at countering efforts to illicitly acquire US technology by nations including Russia, Iran and China.
Chinese national Li Kun, 39, was sentenced to eight weeks’ jail after pleading guilty to a charge of criminal intimidation against her tenants.
Litang Liang, 63, of Massachusetts is accused of reporting to consulate officials on protests in the Boston area against China government actions since 2018.
The number of luxury condominium units bought by buyers from China rose 158 per cent year on year in the first quarter, according to a property agency report.
Physicist Zhang Yonghao resigned from the University of Edinburgh to join China’s new national hypersonic laboratory in Beijing.
The 27-year-old, later identified as Cavell Chua Ke Qin, was stressed out because he did not have a girlfriend, the court heard. He was jailed for three weeks.
Singapore Immigration officers uncovered 101.45kg of assorted meat products and 73.65kg of processed food products belonging to Chinese national, Mei Hua.
Citing a threat from China, the governor moved to curb real estate purchases by Chinese nationals and ban Chinese apps from school and government servers.
Toronto-based diplomat Zhao Wei is accused of gathering information on the lawmaker and his family in Hong Kong.
A flood of mainland Chinese have poured into Thailand this year, on the hunt for luxury apartments of the sort they wouldn’t be able to afford in China’s first-tier cities – as well as ‘freedom of society, and life’.
Speakers at Committee of 100’s annual conference say difficulties are not only racist stereotypes, but also in organising the Asian-American and Pacific Island community politically.
Incidents like a suicide bombing in 2021 that killed nine Chinese nationals have prompted concerns for those working and living in Pakistan.
Readers discuss a survey of Chinese-Australians’ world views and the India government’s commitment to democratic values.
Foreign Minister Melanie Joly says her department is summoning China’s ambassador over an alleged intimidation plot against the MP and his family in Hong Kong.
China’s intelligence agency reportedly planned to target lawmaker Michael Chong and his family in Hong Kong after he voted to condemn Beijing’s actions in Xinjiang.
Sun Xin joins long line of US-based ethnic Chinese scientists who have switched their affiliation from American to Chinese institutions.
Hu Aobo’s computer contained stolen login information of over 2 million people, and several fake websites offering shopping and financial products.