Chinese Premier Li Keqiang listens to Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel (not pictured) during the meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China October 31, 2016. REUTERS/Kenzaburo Fukuhara
Japan's government has lodged a protest with China over drilling activity in the waters between the two countries. Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said Tuesday that Japan had confirmed that a Chinese
In a rare comment on a foreign election, veteran climate chief says a wise political leader should make policy in line with global trends China on Tuesday rejected a plan by US Republican presidential
Stage is set for more intense rivalry with Beijing no matter who wins on Nov. 8 SHANGHAI—Chinese leaders have learned to block their ears to China-bashing from U.S. presidential candidates, ignoring it
next Image 1 of 3 prevnext Image 2 of 3 prev Image 3 of 3 The chairwoman of Taiwan's main opposition Nationalist Party was due to meet with Chinese President and Communist Party leader Xi Jinping on Tuesday
By Alex Frangos Alex Frangos The Wall Street Journal Biography @alexfrangos Alex.Frangos@wsj.com China’s economy is gaining a bit of steam. But that just increases the pressure to slow things down again.