S Korea complains to WTO about China over Thaad

but we have to point out the possibility," Mr Joo said according to Yonhap news agency. "We are collecting evidence and will also deal with issues that South Korean companies are treated unfairly in China." South Korea complained about China to the WTO ... ( read original story ...)

China's new love of lobster

The expanding market for lobsters in China is continuing to grow, with the country setting a new record for the value of its imports of the crustaceans from the United States. American lobster was almost unheard of in most of China until 2010, when the ... ( read original story ...)

China warns India over invite to Dalai Lama to Buddhist meet

BEIJING: China on Monday warned India not to go against its "core concerns" to avoid "disruption" in bilateral ties after New Delhi invited the Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama to an international Buddhist seminar in Bihar. "In recent days the Indian ... ( read original story ...)

China angered as Dalai Lama shares stage with Indian officials

The Dalai Lama also shared the stage with Indian government officials and gave a speech, she told a daily news briefing. "China is strongly dissatisfied and resolutely opposed to this," Hua added. "We urge the India side to clearly recognise the anti-China ... ( read original story ...)

In Beijing, Tillerson urges China-US cooperation on N. Korea

BEIJING (AP) - U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Saturday pushed for closer China-U.S. cooperation on dealing with North Korea's nuclear program in his first face-to-face talks with top Chinese diplomats. Tillerson's visit to Beijing followed his ... ( read original story ...)

South Korean pop culture takes a hit in missile spat with China

SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of -- The once-cordial ties between South Korea and its biggest trading partner have soured due to the perception that China has targeted businesses, sports teams and culture to protest deployment of an advanced U.S. anti-missile ... ( read original story ...)

In Beijing, Two Wheels Are Only a Smartphone Away

BEIJING — Stepping off a stylish, compact, orange-and-silver bicycle on the sidewalk outside her Beijing office, Cao Dachui kicked down its metal stand and locked the back wheel. Her half mile ride from a nearby subway station cost just 14 cents, and she ... ( read original story ...)