"The way forward is genuine democratic elections, not violence in the streets," Taiwanese Foreign Minister Joseph Wu said.
A Global Times editorial suggested the official secrecy around the brutal suppression of pro-democracy protesters in 1989 has allowed the country to advance.
"We need to carefully plan the overall development of the islands and reefs based on their different functions, taking into account their complementary relationship," a Communist Party official said.
The founder of e-commerce giant Alibaba has long been tight-lipped about his political affiliations, but an article revealed that he is a member of the ruling Communist Party.
"I'm proud of yesterday's Golden Horse Awards – it highlighted how Taiwan is different from China," President Tsai Ing-Wen wrote on her Facebook page.
China's Party Committee Propaganda Department said Wang Dong's social media posts were "extremely erroneous" and an "extremely bad influence."
The 37-year-old is thought to be under investigation for tax evasion.
Russia's low life expectancy means many retirees would get to see only a few years of their pensions paid out—and Russians aren't having it.
"To the thinking person, there are few things more disconcerting than a tweet by the U.S. president," a "China Daily" editorial said.
"[Xinjiang] has avoided the fate of becoming 'China's Syria' or 'China's Libya.'"
A top Chinese government spokesman channeled civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. to urge greater communication with the U.S.
"As onlookers, we find that there are big problems with the U.S. political system from which we should steer well clear," China's Communist Party outlet wrote.
Chinese tech giant Tencent will urge players to remember "traditional culture and moral rules" while shooting one another in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.
Two of Russia's outspoken politicians are squaring off over Soviet history.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is calling for a world-class military and leading economy, but the U.S. is suspicious of Beijing's growing ambitions in world affairs.
Xi Jinping will likely lead for another five years—but then what?
China has been tightening its grip on the internet, including a recent drive to crack down on the usage of VPNs to bypass internet censorship.
Since assuming power in late 2012, Xi has pursued a relentless campaign against corruption.
Chen Miner takes over as Communist Party boss in southwestern Chongqing.
Trump and Xi will both be seeking to protect their images as well as their economies in any trade discussion.
As Russia's economy sputters, nostalgia for the country's Communist past continues to grow.