Twelve rare Chinese paintings which were once housed in the north-east are set to go under the hammer with a £50,000 price tag.
Seven Hong Kong pro-democracy politicians have either been detained or faced arrest on Saturday, with a police statement saying one of them had been charged.
An anti-government attacker has stabbed and injured a pro-Beijing Hong Kong politician who was campaigning for an election.
Renewed hopes of an end to the US-China trade war ensured another positive session for global markets, with London stocks benefiting from the cheer.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has held a surprise meeting with Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam.
A 48-year-old knife-wielding man who allegedly slashed two people and bit off part of the ear of a politician has been arrested, along with two men who attacked him in return, Hong Kong police have said.
Hundreds of pro-democracy protesters have marched through central London, urging the UK Government to act over its “historic, moral and legal” responsibility over Hong Kong.
Chinese hackers with a history of state-sponsored espionage have intercepted the text messages of thousands of foreigners in a targeted campaign that planted eavesdropping software on a telecommunications provider’s servers, a cybersecurity firm has said.
Police and protesters have engaged in a standoff in Hong Kong’s nightlife district after pro-democracy demonstrators urged people to celebrate Halloween by wearing masks in defiance of a government ban on face coverings.
The London markets jumped higher on the back of news that Brexit has been delayed until potentially the end of January 2020 and improving tensions between the US and China.
Police in Hong Kong fired tear gas on Sunday to disperse a rally called over concerns about police conduct in months-long pro-democracy demonstrations, with protesters cursing the officers and calling them “gangster cops”.
Video sharing app TikTok has denied claims that it removes content sensitive to China, in response to growing national security fears in the US.
New cancer treatments and an impressive emerging markets performance has helped drugs giant AstraZeneca hike its full-year sales outlook for the second quarter running.
Hong Kong authorities are set to formally withdraw an unpopular extradition bill that sparked months of chaotic protests in the semi-autonomous Chinese city.
China should not be allowed to “sportswash” its reputation by hosting prestigious events like the Club World Cup, Amnesty International has said.
A man distributing leaflets near a wall with pro-democracy messages was stabbed as Hong Kong anti-government protesters prepared to hold an unauthorised march on Sunday to press their demands.
Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters have donned cartoon character masks and mocked China’s leaders while forming human chains in defiance of a ban on face coverings at public assemblies.
Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong have donned cartoon character masks as they formed human chains across the semi-autonomous Chinese city in defiance of a government ban on face coverings at public assemblies.
An annual survey of China’s wealthiest people found they got richer this year despite a tariff war with the US and slowing economic growth.
Apple has removed from its online store a smartphone app that allows Hong Kong activists to report police movements after an official Chinese newspaper accused the company of facilitating illegal behaviour.
US president Donald Trump has publicly encouraged China to investigate his Democratic political rival Joe Biden.
Hong Kong office workers and schoolmates of a teenage demonstrator shot at close range by a police officer have rallied to condemn police tactics and demand accountability.
Britain has condemned the “disproportionate” use of live ammunition by the Hong Kong police as the latest anti-government protests in the territory saw a dramatic escalation in violence.
Artist Ai Weiwei has called on the British Government to make its voice heard in support of the “brave” anti-government protesters in Hong Kong.
China’s ruling Communist Party has celebrated its 70th anniversary in power with a parade showcasing the country’s economic growth and military might. But in Hong Kong, black-clad pro-democracy activists clashed with police in the biggest protests yet against the influence of Beijing in the semi-autonomous territory.
Hong Kong police have shot a teenage protester at close range, leaving him bleeding and howling on the ground in a fearsome escalation of anti-government demonstrations across the semi-autonomous Chinese territory.
Trucks carrying weapons including a nuclear-capable missile designed to evade US defences rumbled through Beijing on Tuesday as the Communist Party celebrated its 70th anniversary in power.
China has become a major player in global social media manipulation campaigns, researchers say, amid an overall increase in the number of countries sharing misinformation online.
Another day of protest is expected in Hong Kong after a night of violent clashes in which the police used tear gas and rubber rounds against protesters who threw gasoline bombs toward them and set fires in streets.
Protesters in Hong Kong threw petrol bombs and police fired tear gas in response amid renewed clashes over anti-government grievances.