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Partner of Hong Kong woman who died after liposuction op says nurse told him there was ‘nothing’ wrong, moments before paramedics rushed in
Dance instructor Josephine Lee died shortly after procedure at Regrowth Hair Transplant Centre in 2014Surgeon Vanessa Kwan is on trial at High Court and has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter
Passengers trapped in subway carriages in Zhengzhou watched in despair as water levels neared head heightSome struggled to reach rescuers trying to find them, while others sent what they feared were final messages to loved ones
Beijing says Tokyo has exaggerated the ‘Chinese threat’ and it will defend its territorial integrityComments follow a Japanese defence paper saying the country should monitor conditions in the Taiwan Strait with a ‘sense of crisis’
Critics say it is another example of cultural whitewashing or exoticising staples of Asian lifeThe company updated its mission statement after the backlash and said it would work harder to ‘educate ourselves’
Analysts say weak retail consumption, slowing exports and hardships facing small and medium-sized businesses all suggest government spending needs to riseChina’s finance ministry has so far remained tight-lipped on further fiscal loosening, instead vowing to address fiscal sustainability
Series of landings in Taipei by US military aircraft took deliveries to Sandra Oudkirk, new director of the American Institute in TaiwanWashington wants to indicate it is strengthening its approach to the island, according to analyst
BEIJING: China and the United States should resume dialogue as lack of regular contact could make it tougher to handle the ongoing tensions between the two economies, said Chinese experts and former US officials, according to a report carried by South China Morning Post.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China and the United States should resume dialogue as lack of regular contact could make it tougher to handle the ongoing tensions between the two economies, said Chinese experts and former US officials, according to a report carried by South China Morning Post on July 19.
PHNOM PENH/HANOI (Reuters): Buried in a long US indictment accusing China of a global cyberespionage campaign was a curious detail: Among the governments targeted by Chinese hackers was Cambodia, one of Beijing's most loyal Asian allies.
WASHINGTON (Reuters): US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman will visit China on July 25-26, the State Department said on Wednesday (July21), as the world's two largest economies seek to navigate a deeply troubled bilateral relationship.