A hatred of Japan finds an echo in social media, but the campaign could come back to haunt the government.
Beijing insists the decision was made ahead of typhoon season, and the oil company warns the rig could return to carry out more testing.
Kerry says talks were constructive and broad but complains about cyberspying, maritime tensions.
Differences persist over maritime issues and cyberspying at annual Strategic and Economic Dialogue.
On eve of Strategic and Economic Dialogue, cooperation on broad range of issues hangs in the balance.
Slowing growth, rising costs and investment barriers temper the optimism of many U.S. CEOs.
The footage purports to show Japanese fighter planes flying close to a Chinese fighter plane over the East China Sea and Vietnamese ships ramming Chinese boats in the South China Sea.
The Chinese government releases a “White Paper” spelling out limits on the former British colony.
In Hong Kong, mourning is giving way to anger against one-party rule from Beijing
Police fill the streets, dissidents are detained and public acknowledgment of the brutal crackdown is silenced.
Only a few dozen people can fit into the 800-square-foot exhibition space at a time, but by the end of Wednesday, about 400 visitors had come.
Two cars plow into crowds of shoppers as the occupants hurl explosives in the Xinjiang region.
The move follows Microsoft's decision to end support for Windows XP but is part of broader trend.
On a visit to China, Russian President Vladimir Putin celebrated his country’s struggle against fascism.
The divisive Narendra Modi offers the chance for more development.
Renewed fighting comes as German official flies to Kiev in a bid to get the government, separatists to the table.
As pro-Russian militants harden their positions after self-rule referendums, fears of a civil war mount.
Vast majority in Donetsk vote for more autonomy; referendum will complicate presidential vote.
3.2 million ballots printed, spokesman says, but referendum question leaves plenty of room for interpretation.
Tensions in the city reflect passions roiling the region on the eve of a referendum on breaking with Kiev.