Britain isn’t famed for its cuisine, but a fish and chip restaurant near the ancient city of York is proving to be a big hit with Chinese tourists.
We're one step closer to a near-limitless source of clean energy.
Improved technology, and easier access to visas and upcoming sports events are helping Asia grow its tourism - and China is set to dominate
Alibaba's Singles' Day celebration is the biggest shopping day of the year, with huge amounts spend on 11 November.
Forecasts that suggest a Chinese recession would stay regionally confined are wishful thinking, according to economist Kenneth Rogoff.
This year sees the 10th edition of Alibaba's single day, with online shopping set to break records once again.
From same-sex mice becoming parents to small-town Chinese gaining a taste for luxury, here are October's top stories from the Middle Kingdom.
Just 713 women in China, at the end of 2017, held a license to fly civilian aircraft - compared with 55,052 men.
Strategic balance is the new normal in Asia's cross-border energy infrastructure, writes Miyeon Oh, as countries attempt to avoid direct conflict in an era of great competition for power.
Jinan authorities are using a 12 point system, credit score system, to encourage good behaviour among dog owners
Courts in the Fourth Industrial Revolution will involve virtual supply chains, blockchain-encoded smart contracts, AI-enabled judges and lawyers, and digital currency-based fines and paym...
Generous subsidies have made Shenzhen the world leader in electric bus adoption.
Points of contention between India and China often capture the headlines – lesser known are important areas of cooperation, says Manoj Joshi of the Observer Research Foundation
October's market performance, the worst since 2012, might be a harbinger of things to come. In other news, November will see the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht, and the sale of a Hockn...
Kai-Fu Lee, former president of Google China and an AI expert, discusses why China could soon lead the world in AI innovation.