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People living in a border prefecture in Xinjiang must now give DNA samples when applying for travel documents, the South China Morning Post reports.
Craving a pizza but unnerved by the complicated ordering process? A soon-to-be launched app function could let you order without a single click.
Thursday's decision marks the first rate cut since the bank last lowered rates in June 2015.
A low-profile tycoon has become the talk of the town after purchasing a house for a record HK$2.1 billion (US$270 million), the SCMP reports.
Price pressures in the world's most populous country eased last month, data on Thursday showed.
Big names like Amazon are betting on India and investors should as well, two experts said Wednesday.
It's possible to hatch a chicken outside a shell. Here's how — and why — you could do it.
Heineken is pouring money into Vietnam, which lags only Mexico on profitability, the Dutch beverage giant's APAC president tells CNBC.
Singapore may be driving an initiative to become a "smart city," but starting next year, it will cut off public servants' internet access.
The proceeds of a $3 billion bond sale by a troubled Malaysia state fund didn't pass through any Singapore bank, the city-state's central bank said.
Move over US: China will generate the most box office revenue by next year according to PricewaterhouseCoopers.
There were broader investment opportunities than tourism and food in NZ, the country’s economic development minister said.
China said it would give the U.S. a 250B yuan investment quota, as the countries used their bilateral dialogue to deepen financial ties.
Japan's economy grew faster than initially estimated in the first quarter as capital spending fell less than was first reported.
May's soggy Chinese trade data offered the latest sign that the world's second-largest economy was still a long way off from full health.
A longstanding obstacle has been the need to bring Indian liability rules into line with international norms.
All but one of the 44 economists polled by Reuters last week had predicted the Reserve Bank of India would keep rates on hold.
Kaname Hayashi is the inventor of Pepper is working on his next project – an R2-D2 like robot that can roam around and cheer you up.
He Xiaolun started trading oil last August on an online platform. Over the next five months, he lost nearly 3 million yuan ($455,000).
The thyroid-cancer rate is higher around Fukushima but the Japanese government says more cases are popping up because of rigorous screening, not radiation.
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Shai Gilboa, CEO of Faception, talks about how his company uses analytics and machine learning to analyze facial images and "reveal" personalities.
Rodrigo Catril, NAB, weighs in on the debate at the Bank of England over whether the economy is ready for a hike in interest rates.
Markets in Asia have already done well this year and earnings might not come through to the same degree, says Sean Taylor, Deutsche Asset Management.