Bank of Shanghai and China Construction Bank signed an agreement to launch China’s first blockchain-based Letter of Credit on Tuesday.
Former South Korean President Lee Myung-bak on Wednesday appeared at the first trial over corruption charges, including bribery and embezzlement.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday ordered the expulsion of two top U.S. diplomats, saying they must "leave the country in 48 hours."
“Taiwan voters have voted in a very clear way that they disapprove of what Tsai Ing-wen has done in her first two years which have been characterized by missed opportunities, wrong judgments and bad executions in all her major policy initiatives,” said Joanna Lei, former Taiwan legislator, during an interview with CGTN's The Point.
The reputation of Chinese air travel has received yet another blow after official data revealed domestic flight delays increased by 50 percent in 2017.
Philip Roth, a dominant force in American literature throughout the latter half of the 20th century, has died at the age of 85, New Yorker magazine reported.
The Australian agency charged with overseeing the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has defended the way it conducted the search but admitted the possibility of pilot sabotage.
Ten years ago, Qi went to a small town in Sichuan province - about 1,000 kilometers from his home in Shahe, Hebei province - as a volunteer to help locals rebuild after a devastating earthquake.
A group of journalists arrived in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea to cover the dismantling of its nuclear test site, which is scheduled between Wednesday and Friday.
At least 46 big-budget semiconductor projects are scheduled to be built in China within two to three years, as part of the nation's broader push to reduce reliance on foreign chip manufacturing and design techniques.