Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and his Russian counterpart, Dmitry Medvedev, had a telephone conversation on Friday afternoon about their next regular meeting.
Japan, Thailand and Myanmar have signed a memorandum of intent for the joint development of the long-delayed Dawei project in southeastern Myanmar.
Twenty-eight Chinese companies that have obtained permission from the securities watchdog for initial public offerings (IPOs) announced Saturday evening they would postpone follow-up issue of shares due to recent fluctuations in the stock market.
Chinese director Chen Kaige's new film "Monk Comes Down the Mountain" debuted late on Thursday amid a prejudiced hiss from movie buffs.
The construction of the first phase of a railway between China and Thailand will break ground in October of this year and is planned to be put to use by the end of 2017.
Solar powered aircraft "Solar Impulse 2" has made its arrival in Honolulu, Hawaii, after completing a 118-hour non-stop flight over the Pacific.
The battle of the Williams sisters will happen sooner than some hoped.
Geely Holding Group inked a deal to make an investment of $45.5 million in three years to Iceland's Carbon Recycling International.
At least 10 million Chinese artifacts are scattered overseas. Yet a tax on reclaimed items remains the biggest obstacle separating China's domestic market from antiques lost overseas.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Friday in Luxembourg that the Greek government's position will be "dramatically" weakened in negotiations with creditors if the Greek vote "no" in Sunday's referendum.
Musicians of all kinds have been honored at the O2 Silver Clef Awards on Friday.
Officials at the Taipei Zoo are keeping close tabs on a new litter of rare Red Pandas. Two female Red Pandas donated from the mainland last year gave birth to separate pairs of twins this past month.
Celebrating its fifth anniversary in China where it achieved great success as a late-coming challenger, Jaguar Land Rover is about to make further inroads in the largest car market of the globe.
Nanjing transformed animal farms into seismic stations, believing monitoring behaviors of certain creatures can help forecast quakes.