A week has passed since the day of the General Election, and while we are surely used to bad losers (and winners) after any democratic event in the country, the tone of the Far (and increasingly non-Far) Left in this case is in many ways terrifying, but ultimately shows the true colours of certain sections of the Left today: namely blind hatred; classist contempt; and fervent anti-democracy.
The Communist Party celebrates its 85th birthday with a legitimacy crisis at least among sections of the youth and intellectuals.
If you're expecting me to paint a picture of the struggles of those from developing countries to reinforce the first thought of an Aid commercial showing a young child that came to mind when you read the words 'Third World', then I am sorry to disappoint you.
The 2013 EU-China Summit takes place on Thursday 21st November in Beijing on the 10th anniversary of the comprehensive strategic partnership between the two. This high level meeting is especially crucial for Europe, not least given that it is the first since the landmark Chinese leadership transition in March.
David Cameron is being warned that telecoms equipment made by Chinese firms should be independently tested by the security
Fears that China's internet censorship is to become even more stringent were triggered on Thursday morning after many internet
The 125th birthday of prominent Mexican artist Diego Rivera is Thursday’s featured Google doodle, with a mural-style image
In another shocking example of China's brutal roads, a young boy who was knocked down was then reversed over to make sure