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The Chinese telecoms giant plans to hire from 20 to 30 "top-notch" recruits to reinforce its army of researchers.
Relatives of 84-year-old, who died less than a day after being admitted to intensive care, say staff ignored their pleas for help Health authority says it has ‘zero tolerance’ for unethical behaviour and will investigate
Stabbed actor Simon Yam Tat-wah discharged from Hong Kong Adventist Hospital after shock attack in Zhongshan
Film star released from city hospital, where he was treated for stab wounds suffered at promotional event in mainland China Yam says he hopes to resume filming soon despite abdominal and hand injuries
Police insiders say there was no way operators could deal with deluge of calls during attack on subway station, saying some people crowded the line deliberately Officers also hit out at claims of collusion with perpetrators
MANILA: While facing increasing pressure to revisit his West Philippine Sea (South China Sea) policy in his own country, President Rodrigo Duterte has earned praises in the opinion section of a state-published newspaper in China.
‘The whole car smelled of blood’: Hong Kong victims describe brutal attack at Yuen Long MTR station; some may sue for damages
Six Hongkongers come forward with details of violent attack by angry mob of men in white T-shirts, one asking: ‘Where was the law?’ Another witness says: ‘We were just passengers, normal citizens, on the way back home’
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. military said on Wednesday it sent a Navy warship through the Taiwan Strait, which separates Taiwan from China, a move likely to anger China during a period of tense relations between Washington and Beijing.
Sobbing teenager was taunted and slapped by four former friends in Jiangsu park Police say bullies’ parents paid compensation
Alibaba Group on Thursday unveiled its first self-developed chip processor, as Chinese companies move towards self-sufficiency in the semiconductor industry amid the US-China trade war.
HONG KONG (SCMP): A Hong Kong court on Thursday quashed a banker’s indecent assault conviction after finding his defence of sexsomnia, also known as sleep sex, had not been adequately considered at trial.