Chinese diplomats called arm sales, bomber flights an attack on 'China's sovereignty'
Taiwan buyers account for more than a fifth of the estimated £12.4 billion spent on London property this year by overseas investors
Visiting the island's former and current capitals gives you a flavour of its rich history, says Mark Jones
Unhappy locals reportedly say: 'Western cultures have invaded China'
Ms Jien has been accused of concealing her pregnancy in an attempt to gain American citizenship for her child
China Airline’s largest shareholder is said to be worried that treating the situation in a positive manner may encourage recurrences
Google Doodle celebrates the Year of the Horse
Trick of nature creates spectacle
The diet often becomes a fanatical and joyless one
Study shows how humans all feel certain emotions in specific body parts, regardless of language or location
Five-year deal with Foxconn to target emerging markets marks clear strategic shift
The young tourist was on St Kilda's pier in Melbourne when she was spotted falling into the cold water
The seven-inch arachnid reached East Sussex in delivery of BMX parts from Taiwan
Apple and Samsung have already made gold-coloured smartphones; HTC just went straight for the gold
Two have died amid blackouts, cancelled flights and suspended train services
Contrasting fortunes of Asian smartphone-makers indicates that success depends on wide product range