Foreign ministers from the 10 member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have reaffirmed their commitments to promote cooperation both within the bloc and with its partners in response to COVID-19, according to a joint communique released Thursday.
The Tokyo metropolitan government on Thursday lowered its coronavirus alert by one notch on its four-tier scale as weekly infections have marked a downward trend.
Sales of new-energy vehicles (NEVs) in China posted robust growth in August, as the world's largest auto market steadily expands its recovery, industry data showed Thursday.
Lebanon's civil defense teams succeeded in controlling around 70 percent of the massive fire that erupted in Beirut's port earlier on Thursday, al-Jadeed local TV channel reported.
China urged the United States to stop slandering and lying, discard bullying acts and respect the freedom of the press with practical actions, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said on Thursday.
The All-China Journalists Association Thursday issued a statement voicing strong condemnation and firm opposition to Australia's gross violation of the rights of its journalists by searching and seizing items from the residences of four Chinese reporters.
China looks forward to enhancing high-level communication with the European Union (EU) to send a positive signal for the development of the post-pandemic world economy, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Thursday.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry on Thursday issued the Position Paper of the People's Republic of China on the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations (UN), expounding on China's position and proposals on various issues, including the UN's role, the international situation, sustainable development and cooperation on COVID-19 response.
Drought in western Marmara Lake is threatening the livelihood of fishermen as the water’s level dropped to 1.5 percent due to hot weather and irrigation demands.
Huawei Technologies Co said on Thursday that its in-house operating system HarmonyOS will be used in Huawei's smartphones next year, marking an important breakthrough in its efforts to build its own software ecosystem for the internet of things era despite the mounting US government restrictions.
A teacher in Guiyang City, of southwest China's Guizhou Province, is using rock and roll music to inspire and educate children in remote mountainous areas.
When the Greek philosopher Aristotle posited "Man is by nature a social animal", he certainly couldn't have foreseen the COVID-19 pandemic that would traumatize the world and keep billions locked indoors over two millennia later.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor visited temporary air-inflated laboratories at Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park Sports Centre Wednesday to learn more about their operation.
Wuhan, once hit hard by COVID-19, has returned to its normal rhythm as the provincial capital of Hubei has seen its passenger volume surge following the dialing back of its epidemic lockdown five months ago.
Thailand's Phuket International Airport said Wednesday that it had held a dress rehearsal for international arrivals amid the COVID-19 pandemic to conform with the Thai government's "Phuket Model" program once the scheme approved by the Cabinet meeting.
Australian researchers have developed a new tool to help tackle the problem of mutations in COVID-19, which could render prospective vaccines ineffective.
China is a fast growing winter sports market in the world, with the market size expected to reach 800 billion yuan ($117 billion) by 2022, and will realize a target of 1 trillion yuan by 2025, said Li Yingchuan, deputy head of the General Administration of Sport of China, at the World Winter Sports (Beijing) Expo 2020.
White supremacist extremists will present the gravest terror threat to the United States through 2021, a draft document from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has shown.
The University of Hong Kong (HKU) said on Wednesday that the clinical trials of a nasal spray vaccine for COVID-19 jointly developed by the university's Department of Microbiology and mainland institutions have been approved.
The Chinese military will send personnel to take part in the Kavkaz-2020 counter-terrorist military drills in Russia between September 21-26, according to a statement released by China's Ministry of National Defense on Thursday.
Three people have died from a large wildfire in Butte County of California, the United States, local media reported on Wednesday.
Passengers are seen at the Toronto Pearson International Airport on September 9, 2020. Starting from Wednesday, passengers who are to take a direct flight from Canada to China should take COVID-19 nucleic acid tests and provide a certificate of negative test result issued within three days before boarding.
A Chinese envoy on Wednesday rejected accusations by a U.S. representative against China at a Security Council meeting, and asked the United States to stop shifting blames.
Photo taken on Sept. 9, 2020 shows a passage to the 2020 China International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS) in Beijing, capital of China.
Photo taken on Sept. 5, 2020 shows clouds swirl around Mount Qomolangma.
China will take policy steps to boost new types of consumption by supporting new business forms and models, with a view to promoting economic recovery. The meeting also outlined plans to advance medical education in an innovative way to build a talent pool for protecting people's health.
As September 21 marks the 500-day countdown of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Game, International Olympic Committee (IOC) chief Thomas Bach said Wednesday that preparations for Beijing 2022 are "on track and going well".
The Chinese mainland registered seven new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, all from overseas, the country's health authorities said on Thursday.
Over a half million children in the United States have tested positive for COVID-19 since the onset of the pandemic, according to a new report by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children's Hospital Association.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is reviewing two potential quality-control problems in the manufacture of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner that may go back almost 10 years.