China’s graduates hit back as Communist Party tells them not to be picky over jobs

The party’s youth wing says having a degree shouldn’t stop young people rolling up their sleeves.

ANALYSIS: China's ruling party launches political campaign likely to lead to purges

Late supreme leader Mao Zedong also once sought 'opinions' before targeting dissenting voices in party ranks

Solomons to send 80 athletes to China for Pacific Games training

Solomon Islands hopes it can win a record 40 gold medals at the quadrennial event.

For female journalists, covering China comes at a cost

Su Yutong, Vicky Xu and other reporters of Asian descent face an onslaught of abuse covering China critically.

Blinken: Human rights are a ‘central interest’ but not the only one

Report slams China, Myanmar for abuses; Blinken says rights are part of a ‘multiplicity of interests.’

“Dear friends” Xi and Putin meet in Moscow