China’s State Councilor Wang Yi says infrastructure connectivity is the backbone of the giant Chinese initiative and the two sides should cooperate on the ground.
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing discussed strategic partnerships and projects with Chinese State Councilor Wang Yi, pledging the Myanmar military’s full support.
Protesters in Hong Kong throw petrol bombs and set fires outside court buildings following otherwise peaceful march.
China set to tighten controls on farmers’ use of ‘plastic mulch’, a plastic-film crop covering that has boosted yields but also increased soil contamination.
Chinese-run banana plantations need to pay proper taxes and face scrutiny over land rights, chemical use and road damage, says MP Dr. Khun Win Thaung.
Chinese Communist Party organ People’s Daily slams US after House of Representatives passes bill requiring a stronger response to persecution of China’s Uighur Muslim minority.
Kachin farmers say they were too quick to take easy cash to rent land to Chinese-run banana plantations. They now pay the price in poor health and environmental damage.
Police re-enter Hong Kong’s Polytechnic University and remove a newly discovered cache of petrol bombs left behind by anti-government protesters last month.
New York judge disqualifies Washington lawyer who previously served as No. 2 in US Justice Department from defending China's Huawei in fraud, sanctions case.
The World Monument Fund has called on the Mandalay government to protect the Shwe Nan Daw Kyaung Monastery from rampaging visitors.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam says relief measures to be introduced in near-term, while slamming US law supporting protesters.
Locals not fully consulted on impacts of China’s BRI rail project in northern Shan State, says the Heartland Foundation, a Shan State-based environmental watchdog.
Hong Kong anti-government protesters plan two-hour rallies at lunchtime for the next five days in the financial hub's central business district, according to online posts.
Beijing appoints a number of new officials to head Macau, reshuffling key roles including the gambling enclave’s economy and justice secretaries.
Hong Kong braces for renewed weekend protests; police to withdraw from a university that has witnessed some of the worst clashes with anti-government protesters.