The bridge is one of the largest in Asia
Treasurer Scott Morrison has critcised the deal saying its 'contrary to the national interest'
Internet users saw little change after the President told authorities to show 'greater tolerance and patience'
Jia Jia is the product of three years' work by a team of robotics experts
The game had been declared 'bourgeois' by Chairman Mao
Friends think his death could be linked to property deal worth £820,000
The case was heard after authorities refused a request from the pair to have their relationship officially recognised as a marriage last year
China’s ‘leftover women’ stand up to societal pressures in this empowering advert.
From the financial and humanitarian cost of supporting millions of Syrian refugees to the interruption of trade links with China and Russia, political conflict is bad for the world's economy. Here's why
Online shoppers are taking a stand against 'misleading' website images by sharing photos of their disappointing purchases
The slaughter continues all-year-round in Yulin, with an estimated 300 cats and dogs butchered every day
One third of Mossack Fonseca’s business came from its offices in Hong Kong and China
Individuals from more than 200 countries and authorities were named in documents linked to offshore companies
Mr and Mrs Chen said their daughter was getting increasingly rude but admitted they might have pampered her too much
A flood of cheap Chinese steel has been citied as a major reason for the crisis
These letters appear in the 2 April 2016 digital edition of the Independent