Prince Charles recently named singer Katy Perry as a British Asian Trust ambassador.
The 35-year-old artist was given the title during the trust’s annual royal dinner in London, England on Tuesday evening.
A British-born Sikh couple who were denied to adopt a White child due to their Indian heritage has taken the local Royal Borough council and its adoption service to court.
Sandeep and Reena Mander have alleged that their local Berkshire adoption service told them that their application to join the register of approved adopters would be rejected due to their “Indian background.” They were also told that they might have better luck looking to adopt a child from India.
A new show about racial segregation in British schools has exposed some problematic views by select groups of students towards others of different race and gender.
Labeled a “radical experiment,” the Channel 4 show “Great British School Swap” swaps the pupils from schools throughout very different areas across the U.K.
A middle-aged woman shocked passengers after launching into a racist tirade against an Asian immigrant inside a London Overground train on Saturday.
The immigrant, Nassima Iggoute, filmed part of the woman’s vile speech that allegedly lasted for a full 20 minutes.
The new British Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, is making headlines after confusing himself about where his wife, Lucia Guo, actually came from.
Hunt made the “terrible” gaffe in his inaugural visit to Beijing on Monday.
A Chinese artist renowned for his lifelike artwork that looks more like photographs than paintings was given a top honor at a university in Britain.
Birmingham City University bestowed Leng Jun one of its most prestigious accolades by awarding him an honorary doctorate in recognition of his amazing skills on Tuesday, CGTN reports.
Chinese people were found to be the most dishonest and British people the least dishonest in a new study on truthfulness involving several countries.
A researcher from the University of East Anglia recruited more than 1,500 people from 15 countries to take an online survey involving two experiments designed to measure honesty to determine whether the trait varied between countries.