Hillsborough Murder Suspect Posts $35 Million BailMurder suspect Tiffany Li posted a $35 million bail Thursday -- money raised by friends, family and business associates with ties to China.
SF Pot Club Plans By Husband Of Former Oakland Mayor Quan Meet ResistanceSome residents in San Francisco's Sunset District are protesting a marijuana dispensary that is trying to open in their neighborhood.
Celebrate Chinese New Year In The Bay AreaWelcome to the year of the Monkey: 2016. According to the Chinese Zodiac, the year of the Monkey begins February 8, 2016 and ends January 27, 2017. The Monkey, the ninth sign in the Chinese Zodiac, symbolizes an...
Internet Searches To Play Role In Credit-Worthiness Of Chinese ConsumersChinese consumers will be among the first to have their Internet searches play a role in determining their credit-worthiness.
Uber, Alibaba Partnering To Expand Ride-Hailing Service To ChinaRide-hailing service Uber and the online payments unit of e-commerce giant Alibaba Group are expanding a partnership to allow Chinese travelers to summon and pay for a car anywhere Uber operates.
Chinese Riot Robot Zaps 'Potential Threats' With Electric ChargeInventors in China have developed a robot that can zap people it determines are a potential threat with an electric charge.
Man Found Guilty Of Hate Crime For Anti-Chinese Graffiti Sprayed On San Francisco BuildingsA man arrested in connection with anti-Chinese graffiti in the Portola and Bayview neighborhoods of San Francisco was found guilty Thursday of misdemeanor vandalism and hate crime charges.
China Abolishes 1-Child Policy; Could Help EconomyChina’s decision to abolish its one-child policy is a boon to couples and to sellers of goods from formula to diapers to toys.
5 Best Spots In San Francisco JapantownTravel to Japan while staying in the Bay. Barry Lancet, author of Japantown, recommends five of the best places to experience Japanese culture in San Francisco Japantown.
Appeals Court Dismisses Challenge To California Shark Fin BanA federal appeals court in San Francisco for a second time Monday rejected a challenge by two Asian-American groups to a California law that bans the possession and sale of detached shark fins within the state.
'Ghost' Foreign Investors Buying Palo Alto Homes, But Keeping Them EmptyNeighbors in Palo Alto say houses are getting bought up by foreign investors who never move in, leaving neighborhoods full of empty homes.
California Court Reverses Century-Old Racist Ruling Denying Bay Area Chinese LawyerThe California Supreme Court righted what it called a "grievous wrong" on Monday, posthumously granting a law license to a Chinese immigrant whose application 125 years ago was denied solely because of his race.