China and the Republic of Korea (ROK) on Monday signed a memorandum on translation and publication of classics, initiating a new step in people-to-people and cultural exchanges between the two countries.
Beijing on Monday designated one community in the southern Daxing District as medium-risk for COVID-19, after two new locally transmitted cases were reported in the area on Sunday, according to local authorities.
Chinese Ambassador to Vietnam Xiong Bo on Monday stressed further solidarity and cooperation between China and Vietnam amid unprecedented changes in the world and the COVID-19 pandemic, so as to achieve common development.
Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government Edward Yau announced on Monday that Hong Kong's Ocean Park will be transformed into a resort with educational and conservation functions.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, among "defeated armies" who are retreating, has been laying mines in foreign policy before time is called on his "ideologically driven term," a Canadian independent journalist wrote recently.
In view of the wrong actions of the United States, China has decided to impose sanctions on relevant U.S. officials who have performed badly on the Taiwan question, a foreign ministry spokesperson said Monday.
The Japanese Diet opened Monday with Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga vowing to go ahead with preparations to hold the Tokyo Olympics this summer, in the face of growing public opposition amid a surge in COVID-19 infections across the country.
A paper slip retrieved from underneath a mine said that 12 workers are still alive while the other 10 are in unclear situation, after they were trapped following a gold mine blast in east China's Shandong Province, according to local authorities.
A Chinese government spokesperson on Monday condemned the so-called U.S. sanctions imposed on officials of the central and HKSAR governments, saying that it is time for U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to end his sanction tricks.
The Japanese Diet opened here Monday with Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga vowing to forge ahead with preparations to hold the Tokyo Olympics this summer in the face of growing public opposition as the country has a surge in COVID-19 infections recently.
Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong, an heir apparent of South Korea's biggest family-controlled conglomerate Samsung Group, was sentenced to two years and a half in prison for corruption charges linked to his management succession
An Egyptian archeological mission working in Saqqara necropolis near the Pyramids of Giza announced on Sunday the discovery of the funerary temple of ancient Egyptian Queen Neit, wife and daughter of King Teti.
Baidu's decision to produce cars have caused a stir in the capital and automotive markets, but the Chinese tech company is more likely to build robotaxi fleets than sell vehicles to individual customers, analysts said.
The Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in HKSAR on Monday strongly condemned the so-called "sanctions" announced by the United States on six people, including the head of a central authority department and several others in the HKSAR.
Political polarization and a rejection of science have stymied the United States' ability to control the COVID-19 pandemic that has killed nearly 400,000 Americans, said a New York Times article on Sunday.