A joint investigation with experts and executives from China and the US found no ‘systematic defect’ with the car.
Global markets continue to soar as usual despite a 25% increase tariffs hike on Chinese goods.
The video of the Tesla exploding already has five million views.
One of 1,500 restaurants slated to open across China over the next decade, the Shanghai location opened on Tuesday.
Putrajaya is not extending the moratorium on bauxite mining which ends on March 31 due to strong demand for the industry.
Carpenter Ma Jiale is not saying modernisation is bad, but historical buildings should be preserved.
The 81-year-old learnt her trade from Shanghainese tailors in the 1950s, and has never stopped tailoring since.
Promotional short clips by D&G showed a woman eating pizza and spaghetti with chopsticks, deemed offensive to Chinese culture.
Tesla broke ground on the US$2 billion Gigafactory earlier this month.
20 restaurants received top nods, while 77 restaurants earned 2 diamonds and 190 restaurants were given a single diamond.
The production in China would allow for Tesla to escape measures and pressures by Washington to keep jobs at home.
It may have the trappings of upper-class Britain, but this is, in fact, suburban Shanghai.
The California-based carmaker has opened a wholly-owned financial leasing unit in Shanghai's free trade zone.
With Tokyo closed for a public holiday on Monday, Hong Kong and Shanghai set the tone with both exchanges seeing losses in early trading.
Pet cafes have become an increasingly popular attraction in China.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has vowed to support the private sector, which is struggling amid a slowing economy and a broadening Sino-US trade war.
HONG KONG: Asian markets mostly rose Thursday, with Hong Kong and Shanghai rallying on hopes for an easing of the China-US trade war, while...
Equities and the dollar were fluctuating through the morning with results in many key constituencies on a knife-edge with turnout expected to be high.
The Hang Seng Index has sunk 1.65%, or 436.01 points, to 26,050.34.
The joint-venture between SOMO and Zhenhua will help bolster Iraq's position in Asia.
Hong Kong stocks jump 1.84%, or 460.28 points, to 25,439.97, having risen 1.60% Wednesday.
The Hang Seng Index dipped 0.28%, or 70.36 points, to 24,741.68.
A close eye is being kept on China this week after Vice Premier Liu He led the country's top economic officials in a coordinated drive to shore up beleaguered equities, which have fallen more than a quarter this year.
Futures on Japanese shares declined, while Australian stocks opened lower. Hong Kong futures tipped a muted open.