• 8 Feb 2015

    Chinese authorities seize 8,000 rolls of toilet paper printed with Hong Kong leader CY Leung’s face that were intended to be sold as a part of New Year celebrations.

  • 1 Feb 2015

    Around 10,000 people march through Hong Kong demanding full democracy, the first large-scale protest since activists occupied parts of the city for three months late last year.

  • 31 Jan 2015

    A traumatic tale from China of two sisters who have spent years trying to petition the authorities about the lack of job opportunities – and faced persecution as a result.

  • 23 Jan 2015

    A huge mobile phone merger is on the cards as Three gears up to buy its rival 02 in a £10bn deal. So will O2 plus Three equal better prices for consumers?

  • 5 Jan 2015

    Tower blocks, a giant castle and a full-size steam train – all made of ice. One of the world’s biggest ice festivals opens in Harbin, China.

  • 30 Dec 2014

    In Britain, 2014 was the year of the floods, Ukraine saw a revolution, Scotland almost went indy and the deadly Ebola struck west Africa.

  • 25 Dec 2014

    Passers-by scramble to grab wads of cash that spilled from a delivery van in Hong Kong carrying banknotes worth £3m. Authorities – somewhat hopefully – appealed for the cash to be returned.

  • 22 Dec 2014

    Thousands in China are turning their backs on communism in favour of obscure Christian sects. (Filmed by Danny Vincent, directed by Teresa Smith, edited by Agnieska Liggett)

  • 22 Dec 2014

    Thousands in China are turning their back on communism in favour of obscure Christian sects, one of which worships a female Jesus – and is known to use violence to impose itself, writes Danny Vincent.

  • 20 Dec 2014

    A cyclist miraculously cheats death after being hit by a 14-wheel truck. Local police blamed the driver – who failed to spot the cyclist in his blind spot – for the near-fatal incident.

  • 11 Dec 2014

    Hong Kong police clear most of the main protest site, marking an end to more than two months of street demonstrations. Here’s a look back at the Umbrella Revolution as it happened.

  • 8 Dec 2014

    Chill wind blows across the world’s economic landscape

    The indicators show China, Japan – and even the McDonald’s burger chain – are facing economic slowdown. How will the eurozone respond?

  • 1 Dec 2014

    Pro-democracy protesters clash with police as they try to surround Hong Kong government headquarters in an attempt to revitalise the movement for political reforms.

  • 30 Nov 2014

    Hundreds of Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters scuffle with police after defying orders to retreat from government offices. Warning: this video contains flash photography.

  • 24 Nov 2014

    Dr Hossein Mousavian, a former Iranian negotiator on its nuclear programme, says Iran has one “ultimate decision maker” but President Barack Obama could face a meddlesome challenge from congress.