Chinese company BoyaLife plans on supplementing China's growing demand for beef by producing 100 000 cow embryos a year.
But the first official meeting between the two countries could backfire for the Taiwanese leader.
But the Pentagon is insisting its naval provocation did not breach any international maritime laws.
Robert Mugabe, the Zimbabwean president, is being honoured for supposedly "injecting fresh energy" into the global quest for harmony.
The horrors of Japanese camps are being told but nothing is being said of what followed.
Business reporter Wang Xiaolu has been paraded on Chinese state TV to make an on-air "confession" for supposedly triggering stock market chaos.
The detention of Wang Yu was the opening salvo in an unprecedented crackdown on China's human rights lawyers.
Welcome to Brazil's first reality show to delve into the lives of the country's growing class of super-rich.
Venezuelan revolutionary Carlos the Jackal faces fresh charges over 1980s bomb attacks, but jail has only strengthened his beliefs, his brother says.
A highly addictive new drug has the potential to become a 'weapon of mass destruction,' writes Tom Phillips.