Foreign-related intellectual property cases on the rise, mostly involving US

Foreign-related intellectual property cases have been increasing in China, with many involving the US, accounting for 33.2 percent, a senior judge said on Sunday.


Xi requires all-around progress in military development at primary level

Chinese President Xi Jinping has stressed efforts to promote all-around progress in developing the military at the primary level.


More violence feared after HK student’s death

The “mourning” for the death of the Hong Kong student who fell from a building finally evolved into old tricks as blocking roads, vandalizing the MTR and campus violence, triggering concerns that escalating violence will sabotage the fairness of the city’s upcoming elections, Hong Kong-based observers noted.


Xi stresses building world-class air force

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday called for efforts to fully build the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force into a world-class air force.


HKUST violence sends chills

Mainland students are facing a rising terror-like atmosphere at Hong Kong universities, as radical local black-clad protesters politicize the campus where academic freedom is at risk, heavily weighing on the future of the Oriental Pearl’s education.


Salesman puts missing children info on slippers' tags

Netizens on Wednesday hailed a slipper salesman from Zhengzhou, Central China's Henan Province for posting information of missing children on slippers' tags at his own expense in the past four years.