The 16th Ani-Com and Games expo, one of Asia's biggest animation and comic exhibitions, opens to comic book and cosplay fans from July 25-29 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Two deputy U.S. marshals and a NYPD detective were injured by gunshots when they were trying to arrest a fugitive who was finally shot dead in the exchange of fire with police at a smoke shop in the West Village on Monday.
Crazy English founder Li Yang has converted to Buddhism. He's become the disciple of Shi Yongxin, who's the current abbot of the Shaolin Temple.
China's pets population is fast catching up with the country's ever-increasing urban households.
The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) has decided to place Zhou Yongkang under investigation for suspected "serious disciplinary violation."
The State Bureau for Letters and Calls has announced that officials from Sihong county in Jiangsu province will face disciplinary action for "irregularities" during the county's redevelopment campaign in 2013, according to state-run news agency Xinhua.
Shanghai-based production company, Fundamental Films, is reportedly developing "Dragon Lady," a biopic about the first Chinese-American movie star, Anna May Wong.
Claims that genetically modified rice that has not been approved for sale in China is being supplied illegally in a number of provinces have triggered alarm.
A resident mourns for her relatives died in the 1976 Tangshan earthquake in front of the memorial wall in Tangshan, north China's Hebei Province, July 28, 2014. Local residents came to the memorial park on Monday to commemorate the 38th anniversary of the Tangshan earthquake.
A new food scandal has been exposed, this time in Beijing. The Food and Drug Administration suspended Hanlixuan Buffet Barbecue in Changping District, Beijing, earlier this morning.
A baby girl born early yesterday has officially pushed the population of the Philippines to 100 million, highlighting the challenge of providing for more people in the already-impoverished nation.
"The Continent" knocked "Tiny Times 3" off its short-lived peak to take top spot at the Chinese box office on its opening weekend.
Zhejiang Province's specialty foods are many, and they are well-represented in the breadth of restaurants across the city of Wenzhou.
The United Nation's Children's Fund is warning more than a million children in South Sudan under the age of five will need treatment for severe malnutrition this year.
Who are they and what makes them qualified enough to be cheerleaders? Here are some selection standards recently disclosed by head of an inter-Korean civil sports exchange body, Kim Gyeong-sung.