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Finance Spotlight | Internet companies issue convertible bonds successively: What's behind stock price decline?

According to Bloomberg, Alibaba Group Holding is selling up to US$5 billion worth of convertible bonds to fund its share buy-backs, which could be issued as soon as this week. Subsequently, Alibaba's stock price has declined.

China's defense ministry says every 'Taiwan independence' provocation to invite countermeasures

Every time "Taiwan independence" forces make provocations, the countermeasures will be advanced further, until the complete reunification of China is achieved, a Chinese defense spokesperson said on Friday (May 24).

8 people killed in a knife attack in Hubei

Authorities in Hubei Province, central China, said on Friday (May 25) that a knife attack on Thursday left eight people dead and another injured.

Chinese Premier Li Qiang to attend China-Japan-South Korea trilateral summit, aiming for deeper cooperation

China, Japan and the Republic of Korea will hold their first trilateral summit meeting in more than four years from Sunday to Monday, hoping to renew the trilateral dialogue to promote stability and prevent economic and security friction among the East Asian nations.

Watch This | PLA continues joint military drills surrounding Taiwan Island

The Eastern Theater Command of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) on Friday (May 24) continued joint drills surrounding Taiwan Island.

HK Financial Secretary promotes city's advantages during Paris visit

The Financial Secretary, Mr Paul Chan, started his itinerary shortly after arriving in Paris, France, yesterday morning (May 23, Paris time). He promoted Hong Kong's unique advantages to the local business and financial communities, and visited enterprises to encourage them to create business opportunities in Hong Kong.

Photos | Chinese paintings of famous artists Chen Ziyi and Yu Yuan-chia on display at Central Library

The Hong Kong Chinese Painting and Calligraphy Creation Association will hold an exhibition at the exhibition gallery of Hong Kong Central Library from May 23 to 27, showing paintings, calligraphy, and other works of Chan Chi-ngai and Yu Yuan-chia, two well-known artists in Chinese painting, as well as their apprentices.

1 more climber dies, season death toll up to 3 on Mount Qomolongma

According to a Nepali official, three people have died on the world's highest mountain during the spring climbing season after a Kenyan climber went missing on Mount Qomolongma. The climber's body was discovered dead on Thursday (May 23).

Chinese premier to attend 9th China-Japan-ROK Trilateral Summit Meeting

Chinese Premier Li Qiang will attend the ninth Trilateral Summit Meeting among China, Japan and the Republic of Korea (ROK) in Seoul from May 26 to 27, foreign ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin announced on Thursday (May 23).

UK's accusation of China providing lethal aid to Russia totally groundless: Chinese Embassy

The Chinese Embassy in the UK called Britain's Defense Secretary Grant Shapps' accusation against China of "providing or preparing to provide Russia with lethal aid" in the Russia-Ukraine conflict totally groundless, the embassy said in a statement issued early Thursday.

Watch This | Xi inspects Rizhao in east China's Shandong Province

Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, inspected the city of Rizhao in east China's Shandong Province on Wednesday afternoon.

Xi sends congratulatory letter to China-GCC Countries Forum on Industrial, Investment Cooperation

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday (May 23) sent a congratulatory letter to the China-GCC Countries Forum on Industrial and Investment Cooperation held in Xiamen, east China's Fujian Province.

HK, Guangxi ink 38 cooperation deals totaling US$6.7 bn

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) on Wednesday signed 38 cooperation agreements with south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, totaling 48.4 billion yuan (6.7 billion U.S. dollars) in contract value.

China slams U.S. claims of 'overcapacity'

The accusation made by the United States of China's "overcapacity" in the new energy sector is a "complete deviation from facts", China said, slamming the US for practicing protectionism.

PLA conducts joint military drills surrounding Taiwan Island

The Eastern Theater Command of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) started joint military drills surrounding the island of Taiwan from 7:45 a.m. Thursday.
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