The statement comes after President Rodrigo Duterte's meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi who backs joint development in the West Philippine Sea
The two companies will explore opportunities in the Philippines' renewable energy sector
One popular Chinese writer on WeChat, Mi Meng, earns as much as 500,000 yuan (P3.8M) for ad postings on her account. Another, Qiao Mu, receives around 1,000 yuan (P7,500) in app-enabled tips for each short essay
A border standoff between Chinese and Indian troops on a remote Himalayan platea heightens long-standing tensions while ensnaring a tiny kingdom, Bhutan, in between
'It will not be a unilateral action from the Philippines because the premise of the president is peace and stability, and unilateral action by anybody leads to destabilization,' Philippine Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano tells reporters
Di lembah Jiuzhaigou di China, pengunjung disuguhi pemandangan danau yang berkilauan dan air terjun yang memesona
'We're exploring if we can explore,' Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano says of the proposed joint exploration of the West Philippine Sea
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Citing Sri Lank and Myanmar, the ex-Senate president warns that when indebted countries fail to pay loans, China takes over the sites of their investments
In Manila, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi urges the region 'to stand together' against 'non-regional forces' in the South China Sea disputes
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi warns that 'unilateral development' in disputed waters 'might lead to tensions'
President Rodrigo Duterte puts some people and institutions on the spot in his SONA 2017
The Philippine President says there are already talks to get the joint development of oil and gas started
(UPDATED) The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection is investigating Sun Zhengcai, who until last week was party chief in the major city of Chongqing, for a 'serious discipline violation'
Tomas Ojea Quintana, the UN's special rapporteur on human rights in North Korea says he is 'alarmed by a surge in detentions and forced repatriations of North Koreans' who are caught in China after making it across the border
The standoff started more than a month ago after Chinese troops started building a road on a remote plateau, which is disputed by China and Bhutan
'Let's just be reasonable about it,' former president Benigno Aquino III says of the Philippines' dispute with China over the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea)
The explosion occurs Friday morning and images posted on Chinese media shortly afterward show bloodied victims nursing their injuries as a fire raged through the two-story structure housing one of the restaurants
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi is making a rare official trip to the Philippines
The massive shift of humanity to Chinese cities is driving an unprecedented subway construction boom
The Cyberspace Administration of China says it held a meeting this week with representatives from domestic tech giants Baidu, Sohu, Tencent, Netease, and Phoenix to inform them of multiple violations in content published on their platforms
Surging global demand for Asian exports and low oil prices will help China and the region's developing economies grow faster than expected this year and next
Yang Qingpei murdered his parents when they refused to give him money, the Qujing City Intermediate People's Court says on its official microblog account. Fearing he would be discovered, Yang then killed 17 of his neighbors and fled.
PDP-Laban has agreed to send its members to China's ruling party school in Fujian to undergo 'policy training' and to learn about the ways and ideology of the party, according to a senior provincial official of the Communist Party of China
Speaking to a Communist Party committee on financial and economic affairs, Xi calls for 'expanding imports while stabilizing exports', state media report
“Lho, itu kan laut yang wilayah kita laut Natuna Utara."
'As of June 2017, there are over 210 Philippine enterprises in Xiamen, with actual investment of $280 billion,' Zheng Shunlin, Foreign Trade Director of Xiamen Bureau of Commerce, explains
'China firmly opposes any forms of official exchange and military contact between the US and Taiwan,' foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang tells reporters
Authorities warn that the world's second largest economy faces external and internal risks
The official news agency of Iran's judiciary identifies the man as Xiyue Wang, a researcher at Princeton University
Close friends have lost touch with the poet Liu Xia after her husband, the Nobel Prize-winning Chinese dissident, died
In China's Jiuzhaigou Valley, shimmering lakes and gorgeous waterfalls are nothing short of spectacular
The origin of millions of Filipino-Chinese, Fujian province is also a potential for tourism for the Philippines
Meet Henry Bensurto Jr, the diplomat behind the blueprint of the Philippines' case against China at The Hague
Veteran activists lead the solemn candlelight march to China's liaison office in the city
Close friends have struggled to reach her since Liu Xiaobo's death, and China has left unanswered the question of whether she will be allowed to leave the country
Self-immolation is regularly used as a protest against China's actions in Tibet
(3rd UPDATE) His supporters say the authorities wanted to avoid giving him a burial ground where they could remember the pro-democracy Nobel laureate
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This comes after the Philippine ambassador to China, Jose Santiago 'Chito' Santa Romana, said China is considering visa-free entry for Filipinos
The High Court says Beijing's ruling is 'binding' and that the court's decision to bar the 4 retrospectively is not politically motivated
The value of resources in the West Philippine Sea 'is much, much higher' than the Philippines' $24-billion package from China, SC Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio says
Philippine Ambassador to China Jose Santiago Sta Romana says there are high hopes that at least one of the cases would be reduced to a life sentence
(UPDATED) Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang says Beijing lodged official protests with the United States, France, Germany and the United Nations human rights office over their 'irresponsible remarks' regarding Liu Xiaobo
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Chinese Nobel peace laureate Liu Xiaobo's death brings criticism for Chinese authorities who refused international pleas to let him receive treatment abroad