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Hong Kong students run round 400m track for 12 hours, raising money for anti-slavery charity

Let’s just say this, Jimmy Lai is exactly where he deserves to be

After TikTok’s success, can Chinese firm ByteDance challenge the dominance of Meta’s Quest in the virtual reality world?

Climate change: burning trees in the Amazon melts snow in the Himalayas

A security guard set a vendor’s hydrogen balloons on fire to force him to leave the street in southern China.

Auschwitz survivors express ‘horror’ on anniversary as peace is shattered by war again

When an exciting day of sightseeing turns into a deadly nightmare.

Philippines challenges ICC, says unapproved probe into killings unacceptable


Bust a move – with your school principal. ?

Many people peddle souvenirs to tourists for a living. Not many can do it in 12 languages.

After Thai police arrested 21 protesters, remaining demonstrators chanted at the king’s passing motorcade: “Release our friends!”

A man in China left 500 face masks at a police station - then jogged off before officers could thank him

Imran Khan has been charged with breaking anti-terrorism laws, leaving dozens of supporters gathered outside his home to prevent his arrest.

After being reduced to tears by a driver, this toll booth worker was determined to continue with a smile on her face.

Everyone needs a shoulder to cry on sometimes. ?

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam has announced that her government will formally withdraw the controversial extradition bill.

An art student did an experiment for her graduation project: attempting to live 21 days for free in Beijing. Her project sparked discussion about class, privilege, and inequality.

Thai junta helped Malaysia cover up 1MDB scandal, newly banned opposition party claims