The head of China's Shaolin Temple has distanced the Buddhist institution from media criticism claiming a planned Australian outpost of the temple will be over-commercialized.
Chinese e-commerce behemoth Alibaba saw its shares fall nearly 3 percent on Tuesday, hitting a new low since its listing, as concerns over fake transactions on its site spilled over.
In a move aimed at reversing the export slump and spurring growth, Beijing announces decision to pay export tax rebates to companies.
Deflationary pressures prompt another rate cut
Time to ascribe Silk Road plans a real meaning
Alibaba moves to protect its brand
Adopting a patient approach in anti-corruption will pay dividends
Dalian Wanda shows that it is on the ball
Central banks lemmings of quantitative easing
China has potential for mid-high growth
Under the "new normal", China has both the conditions and the ability to grow its economy to a medium-to-high level while maintaining a medium-to-high growth rate in the long term.
China Three Gorges Corp is joining a line of State-run Chinese companies looking to issue bonds overseas for the first time.
The central bank's surprise interest rate cut over the weekend will be a shot in the arm for the flagging property market, with bigger cities getting the largest benefit.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has brought Serenity to this year's Geneva International Motor Show, reintroduced the finest of textiles – silk – to create the most opulent interior.
Australian shopper Bill Sprawson was looking to spend A$1,500 ($1,164) on a laptop computer and had conducted his research.
Aston Martin Lagonda (China) named Michael Mingshan Peng as its new President on Tuesday.