Flights between China and the US were badly disrupted by the Covid pandemic, but the US says Chinese airlines can boost weekly flights to 50 from March 31.
Thousands of North Korean workers staged violent protests in Jilin last month, angry over years of unpaid wages and lingering pandemic lockdowns that prevent them from returning home, researchers say
Lack of social support and the country's economic slowdown has also deterred young Chinese from having children
The number of Chinese blacklisted for defaulting on debts has hit a record high, which means millions can be blocked from using mobile apps for payments
Big cities are the places making a real impact on cutting emissions, the head of a global cities network says in the lead-up to the climate summit in UAE, which mayors will join for the first time
Move to 'de-risk' supply chains is leading some biotech firms to consider using Indian drug manufacturers to produce active pharmaceutical ingredient for clinical trials or other work
Xi came into the meeting looking for respect from the US, and also seeking to improve fast-cooling business dealings with the world's biggest economy
Chief Executive John Lee said he would be introducing "patriotic" education in local schools and cybersecurity would also be strengthened
With tens of thousands of residents leaving and China's slow economy, business in Hong Kong has yet to recover from Beijing's national security crackdown in mid-2020
A new study by a US medical research centre suggests 1.9 million people died after China suddenly dropped its Covid-19 restrictions late last year. Beijing has never revealed the full death toll.
China said on Friday it would drop tariffs imposed on Australian barley imports three years ago that affected billions in trade; eyes are now on curbs imposed on wine and other goods