Chinese play growing part in online shopping

Rewarded with good revenue on Nov 11, many international merchants are hoping to attract more Chinese online shoppers on Black Friday.

Experts offer takes on Paris summit

Experts in Washington are giving their forecasts on the upcoming Paris climate conference that will be held in Paris from Nov 30 to Dec 11.

Old Beijing memories in winter

The second snow fall of winter sent temperatures in the capital tumbling into negative territory. Old locals were filled with feelings of nostalgia while new Beijingers could only imagine how the city looked decades ago.

Xiaomi rolls out 3 new products to end the year

Xiaomi, China's leading smartphone maker, launched three new products in Beijing on Tuesday, including a smartphone, a tablet and an air purifier.

'Father'of Chinese rock back with album

Often described by his fans as the "father" of Chinese rock, Cui announced in Shanghai on Nov 17 that he would release a new album on Dec 18, produced by Sony Music.

College to broadcast basketball games in Chinese

When the University of Dayton's men's basketball team plays Saginaw Valley State University on Saturday, fans will be able to follow the action in Mandarin Chinese.

Avoiding escalation over Russian warplane downing

US President Barack Obama and his French counterpart Francois Hollande on Tuesday urged Russia and Turkey to avoid escalation after a Russian warplane was downed by Turkey.

Taiwan teen actress starts new chapter with cello

Most audiences on the Chinese mainland know Ouyang Nana as the teenage Taiwan actress who played the role of a high-school student in last year's romantic comedy Beijing Love Story.

Food and Travel

A pinch of Asia

A Canadian chef in Shanghai eagerly embraces the Eastern flavors he learned to love in Vancouver, but 'fusion' is not his game, he tells Cihna Daily.

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Queens native takes the helm at MOCA

Taking a leadership role at the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) in New York's Chinatown might seem daunting, but Nancy Yao Maasbach, MOCA's president, said it's a move that has roots in her childhood.

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