- China breaks up $64 billion underground banking network Updated: Nov-20-15 5:00 am
SHANGHAI - Authorities in China have cracked the country's biggest-ever underground banking network, which handled illegal foreign exchange transactions worth 410 billion yuan ($64 billion), police said Friday.
- US Navy ship visits China in wake of recent tensions Updated: Nov-16-15 5:13 am
BEIJING - A U.S. Navy destroyer docked in Shanghai on Monday in a sign that contacts between the U.S. and Chinese militaries are continuing despite tensions over the South China Sea.
- Broberg wins BMW Masters title in playoff over Reed Updated: Nov-15-15 6:45 am
SHANGHAI - Kristoffer Broberg wasn't happy with his putting last week when he was practicing at home in Sweden, so he made an abrupt change. He looked in his coach's wife's bag and decided to give her putter a try.
- Play stopped in BMW Masters for moment of silence Updated: Nov-15-15 1:17 am
SHANGHAI - Play was halted on Sunday during the final round of the BMW Masters golf tournament in Shanghai to observe a moment of silence for the victims of Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris.
- Washington holds off Texas 77-71 in historic game in China Updated: Nov-14-15 5:56 am
SHANGHAI - Washington coach Lorenzo Romar has had important road victories in his basketball career, just never one quite this far away.
- Harvard, Stanford to face off in 2016 hoops opener in China Updated: Nov-13-15 11:31 am
SHANGHAI - The Pac-12 Conference will send another team to China to begin next season, announcing that Stanford will face Harvard next November.
- China's anti-graft agency targets deputy Beijing party boss Updated: Nov-10-15 11:16 pm
BEIJING - A Communist Party official in Beijing and a deputy mayor of Shanghai have joined the rapidly growing list of prominent political figures ensnared in an anti-corruption crackdown.
- Knox goes from cart boy to World Golf Championship winner Updated: Nov-09-15 3:06 am
SHANGHAI - Russell Knox would appear to have all the ingredients to succeed in golf.
- Russell Knox wins 1st PGA Tour title at HSBC Champions Updated: Nov-08-15 8:14 am
SHANGHAI - Russell Knox raised both arms in the air, closed his eyes and tilted his head toward the heavens as if he couldn't believe what he had just done.
- Scott says caddie's book won't be a distraction Updated: Nov-05-15 6:07 am
SHANGHAI - Adam Scott hasn't read caddie Steve Williams' book about Tiger Woods and doesn't expect it to be a distraction when Williams is working for him.
- Spieth armed with array of trophies and seeks more Updated: Nov-04-15 5:20 am
SHANGHAI - Jordan Spieth's description of his trophy collection from an amazing season brings to mind a scene in "Caddyshack" when Lacy Underall is at Ty Webb's house and keeps finding uncashed checks littered about the living room.
- Spieth believes a great year does not mean a great new era Updated: Nov-03-15 1:04 pm
SHANGHAI - Jordan Spieth wore a black tunic with red trim around the collar to take part in a Chinese drum ceremony late Tuesday afternoon just as the Shanghai skyline began to glow with lights behind him and three other top players.
- Horschel withdraws from Shanghai event with a back injury Updated: Nov-03-15 1:59 am
SHANGHAI - Billy Horschel flew halfway around the world only to withdraw from the HSBC Champions with a sore back.
- HSBC renews sponsorship across Asia, Europe Updated: Nov-02-15 9:16 pm
SHANGHAI - HSBC is extending its golf sponsorship for five more years with the World Golf Championship event in Shanghai and the European Tour event in Abu Dhabi.
- China unveils jetliner in bid to compete with Boeing, Airbus Updated: Nov-02-15 1:56 am
SHANGHAI - A state-owned manufacturer on Monday unveiled the first plane produced by a Chinese initiative to compete in the market for large passenger jetliners.
- High-profile Chinese investor Xu Xiang detained Updated: Nov-01-15 11:48 pm
BEIJING - High-profile Chinese investor Xu Xiang has been detained on suspicion of insider trading, the Public Security Ministry reported.
- To Chinese, end of 1-child policy welcome, not game-changer Updated: Oct-30-15 6:20 am
BEIJING - Everyone should have the chance to have more than one child, say Chinese parents who welcome the government's loosening of its population policy. But just because all couples can now have two children, that doesn't mean all want to take advantage.