China says a series of recent military drills conducted near Taiwan was aimed at sending an “extremely clear” message to the island that Beijing would be ready to take action against any separatist bid.
China published a report on the human rights situation in the United States on Tuesday.
A Chinese aircraft carrier formation, featuring the carrier Liaoning, has taken part in a “live combat drill” in the East China Sea.
A fire tears through a karaoke lounge in southern China, killing 18 people and injuring another five in a suspected arson attack.
Beijing says 32 Chinese nationals have lost their lives when a tour bus fell off a bridge in North Korea.
Two dragon boats practicing to race on a river in China overturn, leaving 17 people dead.
A truck carrying highly toxic chemicals has exploded on a high way in northwest China's Gansu Province, killing 1 person, and injuring 2 others.
The Chinese military is continuing military drills in the western Pacific through waters south of Taiwan.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry says it welcomes a move by North Korea to halt its nuclear and missile tests.
Russia and China congratulate Cuba on the election of Miguel Diaz-Canel as its new president.
China rejects claims that Chinese naval vessels “challenged” Australian warships in a recent development in the South China Sea.
China’s ambassador to the United States says trade frictions between Beijing and Washington had better be resolved through dialog but adds that China will reciprocate any US trade restrictions.
China’s air force flies bombers and reconnaissance aircraft around Taiwan as Beijing conducts a live-fire military drill along its southeastern coast.
China says the United States is mistaken if it thinks it can elicit concessions from Beijing by taking aggressive trade measures against the Chinese state.
China says the war on pollution is at risk of reaching a “stalemate,” with poor weather conditions undermining the country’s efforts to reduce smog.
China launches live-fire military exercises in the Taiwan Strait, in a show of force to the breakaway, self-ruled island.
Foreign ministers of the two Asian powerhouses discuss threats of a trade war, bilateral economic ties and tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un meets with a senior Chinese diplomat in the North’s capital city, in a sign of the enhancement of ties.
Chinese president presides over a massive military drill in the South China Sea, calling for the build-up of a strong navy.
China has announced that it will launch live-fire naval drills in the strait which separates the mainland from the breakaway island of Taiwan.
A Chinese baby boy nicknamed Tiantian is born in the city of Nanjing four years after parents' death in a car crash.
The Australian prime minister says there are some tensions in relations with China, but no deep chill exits.
Addressing a seminar in Beijing, Tehran’s ambassador says Iran and China are set to further boost their nuclear cooperation within the framework of the JCPOA.
China has requested the World Trade Organization (WTO) to intervene in a trade dispute between Beijing and Washington, the organization has announced.
Officials in China and the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu have denied Australian media reports that Beijing has approached the island country with an idea to establish a permanent military base there.
President Xi hints that the protectionist economic policies adopted by the US president will hold back American development.
The demand comes after Washington agreed to allow US defense contractors help Taiwan construct its own submarines
Amid economic frictions with the US, the Chinese PM warns that a looming trade war would not only be to the detriment of the entire global community.
The Philippines says it is looking to sign an deal with China in the coming months for joint oil and exploration in a part of the busy South China Sea waterway claimed by both countries.
Chinese authorities intend to force rainfall and snow over 1.6 million sq km (620,000 sq miles), an area roughly three times the size of Spain.
The administration of US President Donald Trump has reportedly agreed to provide Taiwan with military technology, in what is likely to anger China.
State media urge international businesses, including American ones, to oppose the US president’s threats of new tariffs on Chinese goods.
A Chinese envoy calls on the European Union to take a joint stance against the US 'protectionism.'
China says it is ready to fight “at any cost” in a worsening trade dispute with the United States.
Investors are wondering how far one of the worst trade disputes in many years could escalate.
China says it sent a military delegation to Russia in order to show the US the unity between Moscow and Beijing's military forces.
China says vows to reciprocate any US decision to impose new tariffs on Chinese imports.
China hails North Korea’s efforts to help resolve the country’s nuclear weapons crisis.
North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho has arrived in China’s capital of Beijing for talks with his Chinese counterpart.
China says it has made real efforts toward establishing relations with the Vatican, which were cut 70 years ago.
China imposes fresh tariffs of up to 25 percent on 128 US products such as frozen pork, wine, and certain fruits in response to Washington's duties on aluminum and steel imports.
China and Vietnam have vowed to keep the peace in the resource-rich waterway has long been a source of tension between the two countries.
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi has warned that the United States will itself suffer from the protectionist policies that it has adopted in trade relations with China.
A defunct space laboratory that will plunge back to Earth in the coming days is unlikely to cause any damage, but will offer a "splendid" show.
China’s Defense Ministry says drills in the South China Sea are in line with routine military training.
China once again says that it does not favor a trade war with the United States but is prepared to counter the “malicious practices” of Washington.
China has prepared a list of retaliatory tariffs on United States exports to China worth billions of dollars in response to US President Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs against Chinese goods.
Particularly heavy security measures in the Chinese capital prompt the media to speculate that North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un may be on a visit to Beijing.
China calls on WTO members to unite to prevent the United States "wrecking" the WTO.
Taiwan says it has sent aircraft to follow Chinese fighter jets in flight during a combat simulation drill over a strategic South China Sea waterway.
The drill came after a US Navy destroyer on Friday sailed within 12 nautical miles of an artificial island China has built in the South China Sea, provoking condemnation from Beijing.
China says it has already prepared to defend its national interests amid escalating tensions with the US.
China is angered by the US military’s dispatch of a warship to the disputed South China Sea, saying such provocative activities harm its “sovereignty and security.”
A US Navy destroyer has carried out a "freedom of navigation" operation, sailing close to the disputed South China Sea island controlled by China.
China has called on the United States to put an end to its tariffs on billions of dollars in Chinese goods that would endanger trade ties.
US President Donald Trump initiated a trade action against China on Wednesday, saying the US deficit with Beijing was "out of control."
In a new warning to Washington, Beijing pledges tit-for-tat measures should the US choose to slap trade bans against China over what it calls “the theft” of American intellectual property.
The United Nations says China is on its way to becoming the world leader in international patent filings and should overtake the top spot from the United States within three years.
In his strongest warning yet to Taiwan, China’s President Xi says the self-ruled island will face the “punishment of history” for any attempt to split the mainland.
China accuses the US of making irresponsible remarks after a US official accused Beijing of expanding government control over the Chinese economy.
Beijing calls on Washington to “correct its mistake” of approving high-level contact between officials from US and Taiwan, which China claims sovereignty over.
The Chinese parliament unanimously re-elects incumbent Xi Jinping as the country’s president with no constitutional limits on the number of terms he can potentially serve.
The main US business lobby warns Trump against imposing tariffs on imports from China.
That is a lot sooner than predicted by China's information technology minister, who last week said it would only be reality in 8-10 years, citing constraints related to security.
A South Korean envoy says China and Russia have offered their full support for a peace drive his country has launched to resolve the Korean crisis.
China’s commerce minister says the country will defend its interest in face of new US trade regulations.
Members of the Chinese Parliament pass a constitutional amendment that removes the presidential term limit.
A trade war between Washington and Beijing will bring disaster to both countries and the global economy, China's commerce minister says.
The Chinese president urges the leaders of the US and North Korea to begin talks as "soon as possible."
China does not look favorably upon the US military’s presence in the region.
China advises the United States against launching a trade war, indicating, however, that it will be ready if such a war is waged.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi says external forces are attempting to “muddy the waters” in regional disputes Beijing.
Chinese state media defend a recent increase in the country’s defense budget, saying the hike is reasonable compared to the US.
The Chinese defense spending will reach 1.1 trillion yuan ($173 billion) this year, up by 8.1 percent compared to last year's budget.
The USS Carl Vinson docks at a Vietnam port for the first time since the end of the war between the former foes.
Beijing vows to defend China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and warns self-ruled Taiwan that it will not tolerate any “separatist” moves.
China warns that it will “take necessary measures” against Washington if a plan by US President Trump to put tariffs on steel and aluminum imports harms Chinese economic interests.
A senior official of China’s ruling party pledges deeper friendship with Taiwan just a day after state media warned that Beijing would wage a war over the self-ruled island if the US enacts a bill urging closer ties with Taipei.
Chinese media suggest that war may break out between China and the US if the US president signs into law a bill passed in Congress regarding Washington’s relations with Taiwan.
China expresses “strong dissatisfaction” after the US Senate passes a bill promoting relations with self-governing Taiwan.
Police in Taiwan clash with people trying to storm the parliament building in protest against the government’s planned pension reforms.
China’s ruling Communist Party proposes that the constitutional limit for presidents to serve only two terms be removed.
China reacts to new US sanctions on North Korea while branding them "mistaken actions."
China is set to more than triple its nuclear energy capacity over the next 20 years, overtaking the US to become the world’s largest nuclear power producer.
A Chinese news portal says 11 Chinese warships have entered the East Indian Ocean this month, in what seems to have been a show of strength.
China has dismissed as baseless Washington's proposed tariffs on metals, vowing to retaliate if they are imposed.
Nine people have died in a fire at a waste processing facility in southern China, state media say.
The top US admiral in the Pacific has told Congress that America must prepare for the possibility of war with China.
China's US envoy has urged Washington not to advocate confrontational attitudes towards Beijing.
A leading Chinese newspaper criticizes Britain’s decision to sail one of its warships through the disputed South China Sea next month as an attempt to grab attention.
Sun Zhengcai, a former Communist Party of China Politburo member who was charged with bribery, is the most senior former official to be indicted amid President Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaign.