Kachin, Shan women who escaped sexual slavery give harrowing accounts of being duped, raped and forced to bear children.
Public anger over safety standards has grown in China over industrial accidents ranging from mining disasters to factory fires that have marred three decades of swift economic grow
The eight-month trade war between the world's two largest economies has raised costs, roiled financial markets, shrunk U.S. farm exports and disrupted manufacturing supply chains.
Beijing has campaigned against the spread of “Western values” in education, sending inspectors to monitor teachers for “improper” remarks in class.
Chinese authorities released a policy paper defending its controversial Islamic de-radicalization measures on Monday.
Similar campaigns in the past have proved ineffectual.
She vows a transparent decision that will be socially, environmentally sustainable, but does not offer a personal view or a timeline.
State agriculture minister plans special committee to look into land, labor and environmental issues.
This is the third time since 2016 that China has blocked the UN sanctions committee from sanctioning Masood Azhar, leader of the Pakistan-based militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad.
Chinese venture Tha Khin Sit says Myitkyina Journal’s coverage of controversial banana plantation damaged its reputation.
Since President Xi Jinping took office six years ago, the government has tightened restrictions on religions seen as a challenge to the authority of the ruling Communist Party.
Hundreds of thousands of women from Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Myanmar have gone to China to wed. Some end up happily married; others speak of violence and forced labor.
Serge Pun says CCCC is the only investor that can bankroll the $1.5-billion project; speakers at public hearing warn of excessive Chinese influence, point to firm’s checkered pas
A closer look at the facts and figures behind expanding China-owned tissue culture banana plantations causing havoc for locals and lawmakers in Kachin State.
Huawei activities were under scrutiny by U.S. authorities who screened company employee devices at airports on a number of occasions since 2014.