Communist Party boots Zhou Yongkang in case that has had ripple effects on economy
Dec 06, 2014
The end of the months-long uprising leaves President Xi Jinping with greater authority, but mistrust is growing in Taiwan
Dec 05, 2014
Higher fares may force commuters onto buses or cars, worsening an already-bad traffic and smog situation
Nov 27, 2014
Beijing-based BlueFocus to buy one of Canada’s oldest ad agencies
Nov 19, 2014
Film bureaucracy in China means blockbuster hits often struggle to be seen on the big screen, falling victim to the country’s mysterious rules
Nov 19, 2014
Harper also noses Canada toward potential talks on a free trade agreement
Nov 08, 2014
The two countries seek to mend ties strained by rows over cybersecurity and spying
Oct 29, 2014
“There’s no chance that we will allow this to pass,” said Emily Lau, who leads Hong Kong's Democratic Party
Sep 01, 2014
“The chief executive shall be a person who loves the country and loves Hong Kong,” the decision text says
Aug 31, 2014
Kevin and Julia Garratt were detaned Aug. 4 and have been accused of stealing Chinese military and national defence research secrets
Aug 28, 2014
Nathan VanderKlippe is the Asia correspondent for The Globe and Mail.
He was previously a print and television correspondent in Western Canada based in Calgary, Vancouver and Yellowknife, where he covered the energy industry, aboriginal issues and Canada’s north.
He is the recipient of a National Magazine Award and a Best in Business award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.