Bob Michaelson, 2/14/14 (WSJ Photo) What’s your favorite large city in Asia for vacation and/or biz? I’ve been fortunate and blessed to have visited: Harbin (worked there for two years),… Read more →
Leaders of Hong Kong protest groups are planning to poll supporters, to ask if concessions offered by the government are acceptable.
China’s Communist Party said it planned to give its judicial system more authority and its citizens a bigger say in the lawmaking process, while stressing the importance of ensuring the party’s leading role in the legal system.
Stocks in Asia rose on the back of a strong rally on Wall Street, while gains in Tokyo were supported by the dollar’s strength against the Japanese yen.
A crusade to punish Chinese officials accused of taking bribes is draining their patrons, with some assets winding up on the online auction site Taobao.
Several executives at J.P. Morgan Chase in New York were warned of potential problems related to the bank’s hiring practices in China more than a year before the program came under scrutiny by the U.S
Up to three Ebola-infected people could embark on overseas flights every month from the three most-affected African countries, according to a new study that projected travel patterns based on infection rates and recent flight schedules.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying said the poor and working class would dominate elections if the government met the demand of student protesters and allowed candidates for the city’s top post to be nominated by the public.
China’s economy grew at its slowest pace for five years in the third quarter, suggesting the government’s targeted easing measures to boost economic growth haven’t yielded expected results.
China’s property slump is worsening, hitting many households and industries, scaring off home buyers and lenders, and leading to bankrupt developers and abandoned projects.