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(Reuters) - Huawei Technologies Co employees worked on at least 10 research projects with Chinese armed forces personnel over the past decade, Bloomberg reported on Thursday, collaborations the Chinese company said it was not aware of.
Parents feel financial strain but continue to dip into their pockets to help grown-up children, Hong Kong survey shows
Survey by Investor and Financial Education Council says about 70 per cent of parents feel financially stressed Three-quarters of respondents feel they are worse off than previous generation
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has indicated that there are more entities involved in its civil forfeiture move to recover monies allegedly from 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).
OVER 2,000km north of Kuala Lumpur lies the idyllic Golden Triangle, a point where the borders of Myanmar, Thailand and Laos converge. It is also one of the busiest drug-producing regions in the world, churning out an illegal trade worth tens of billions of dollars annually.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Thousands of people in Hong Kong joined an evening protest and marched to major foreign consulates on Wednesday, urging leaders gathering for this week's G20 summit to back their demand to scrap a much criticised extradition bill.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's foreign ministry said on Wednesday it would continue to defend its position over Hong Kong after Beijing accused the UK of interfering in China's internal affairs.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China urged Britain on Wednesday to stop interfering in China's internal affairs, after Britain banned sales of crowd-control equipment to Hong Kong and called for a probe after police clashed with demonstrators in the former British colony.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong's top court on Wednesday quashed a conviction against former leader Donald Tsang for misconduct in public office, bringing to a close a legal battle that had tarnished his reputation after what had been a stellar career.
TAIPEI/HONG KONG (Reuters) - When Taiwanese businessman Jhang Yun-nan wanted to find buyers for his company's new cleaning products in China, he turned to an unconventional channel: A Taiwanese party that advocates the unification of China with the self-ruled, democratic island.