N.Korea letter hopes for developing relations with China.
‘Beijing New Airport’ expected to have eventual capacity for 100 million passengers.
Wu Aiying was one of only a handful of senior female officials in China.
Chinese investors are interested in the tourism and rubber production sectors, says state minister.
China says it will stand ‘firmly’ with Myanmar as international condemnation over Rakhine rises.
Overuse of imported pesticides is poisoning the soil and creating health problems for locals, say local farmers and land activists.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi will be forced to rely more and more on China.
Lobbyists, consultants say Western firms delaying investment.
Chinese foreign minister tells UN secretary-general ‘understands and supports’ Myanmar’s efforts to protect security in Rakhine.
Reshmi Banerjee reviews Jayde Lin Roberts’ book on the Sino-Burmese in Yangon.
Jail terms disqualifies trio from running for seats for 5 years.
U Phyo Min Thein claimed a story about his regional government’s deal to import buses from China was factually incorrect, says press council.
Placing too much trust in the momentum of a peace process mediated by China may be misleading, writes Joe Kumbun.
A series of high-profile meetings reveals Beijing’s growing influence in the Southeast Asian nation.
Minister estimates 400 million kyats lost each year by relying on poor-grade rubber and the Chinese market.