HONG KONG Campaigners in Hong Kong have registered thousands of new voters during mass protests against controversial extradition law reform, pouncing on an opportunity to bolster the democratic opposition's prospects in upcoming elections. | Video
HONG KONG China redoubled its support for Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Monday after days of protests against a planned extradition bill, and a source close to Lam said Beijing was unlikely to let her go even if she tried to resign. | Video
HONG KONG Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Saturday indefinitely delayed a proposed law that would have allowed extraditions to mainland China, in a dramatic retreat after anger over the bill triggered the city's biggest and most violent street protests in decades. | Video
SHANGHAI China's central bank will sell yuan-denominated bills in Hong Kong in late June, in a move some market analysts believe is aimed at preventing the yuan currency from declining further.
* China c.bank says HK bill sale to improve yuan bond yield
SHANGHAI A popular Chinese financial news site, wallstreetcn.com, said it has been shut down to undergo "rectification" amid a wider crackdown by the Chinese authorities on websites and news providers.
SHANGHAI As the Sino-U.S. trade war roiled stock markets over the past year, China-focused fund manager Michelle Leung sat unfazed on her holdings of hot pot condiment maker Yihai International.
SHANGHAI China's central bank splashed more cash into the banking system this week than at any time in the past four months, but fresh signs of economic weakness and a worsening trade war may raise the chance it will deploy bolder stimulus.
SHANGHAI As China's yuan slips to historically weak levels against the dollar, the central bank's atypical light touch is spurring speculation that policymakers want to be more judicious in their intervention and have no specific target for the currency.
SHANGHAI Shares in rare earth-related companies soared on Tuesday, led by jumps in Chinese producers a day after Chinese President Xi Jinping visited a rare earth firm in southern China, sparking speculation the sector could be the next front in the Sino-U.S. trade war.