Across America

Latin America infrastructure needs more investment
  • Brazil needs its own version of China Dream, expert says

    Brazil's emergence as one of the leading Latin American economies has taken place in tandem with rapid growth in China over the last decade, a sign of the growing link between the two emerging markets.

  • Alibaba joins global shipping effort

    A new logistic platform jointly established by China Shipping Group and Alibaba will enhance the efficiency of international trade and both Chinese and Brazilian companies will benefit when it's fully operational, experts said.


Martyrs Memorial
  • Smog affects tours to China

    Smog has badly affected China's inbound tourism, according to the latest report released Monday by China Tourism Research Institute.

  • Hangzhou offers 72-hour visa-free stays

    East China's Hangzhou City began to offer 72-hour visa-free entry for international transit passengers on Monday, a move to boost tourism and business.

  • It's tea time at Fujian expo

    A Cross-Straits Tea Expo will be held in Wuyishan city, Fujian province, from Nov 16 to 18.


Internet culture expo opens in Beijing


Web offers 'new life' for sitcoms


Tracing the origins of rice
  • Art on a plate

    Don't ask the staff members at Museo why the deep fried Camembert is called Mona Lisa's smile, You will struggle to get a straight answer.

  • 2014 World's Best Bars announced

    London has claimed the best city in The World's 50 Best Bars Awards for 2014.

  • World's premium chocolates in one meal

    When the world’s most premium chocolates are all over a meal, it may take a sweet tooth a world of courage to decline.


Immigrants flock to Gushi root-seeking event


Miss Asia Pageant North America Final crowned

Premier Li visits Germany, Russia, Italy

From soldiers to farmers

A special force is celebrating its achievements in the tough environment of Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, where it has built farms and homes, and maintained stability.

10 odd regulations in Chinese schools

A student in Chongqing was expelled from school for having an improper hairstyle, the Chongqing Evening News reported.

Clouds of suspicion

KMT veterans recognized

More than 3,000 soldiers of China's Expeditionary Force are buried in the 13-acre plot of land.

Top 8 expenses during the National Day holiday

For Chinese, the National Day holiday is not only to celebrate the foundation of People's Republic of China, but also a shopping opportunity.

Alibaba - Journey of the tech giant

Alibaba and selling shareholders will now raise almost $22 billion at the top of the new IPO range. Alibaba remains on track to set an IPO record.

Top 10 cheapest new energy cars promoted in China

11th China-ASEAN Expo

Go Wuxi: Canal city in transition

Budding businesses of the digital age

Young Chinese entrepreneurs are tapping opportunities to realize their world-changing dreams as the Internet is breaking down the barriers.

Top 10 most used desktop instant messaging tools

Here is a look at the top 10 instant messaging tools used by Chinese netizens in July.

Step up the battle against HIV/AIDS, urges first lady

Efforts must be promoted in caring for those with the disease, in fighting discrimination, in giving patients access to medical care and in ensuring social justice, first lady Peng Liyuan said.

China-US cyber security talks hard to resume

Resuming cyber security cooperation between China and the United States would be difficult because of "mistaken US practices", China's top diplomat told US Secretary of State John Kerry.

Alibaba joins global shipping effort

A new logistic platform jointly established by China Shipping Group and Alibaba will enhance the efficiency of international trade and both Chinese and Brazilian companies will benefit when it's fully operational, experts said.

Biz clubs deepen cooperation

Two leading business organizations signed a cooperation agreement in Sao Paulo on Oct 18 to work together to enhance communication between the entrepreneurs of both China and Brazil.

Chinese Community Leaders

David Chiu: On the move in California politics
  • From community activist to the political arena

    When Phil Gim and his family moved to New York in the 1960s, they lived in an apartment in Chinatown on East Broadway, next to the Manhattan Bridge.

  • Time to change US perception of China

    Zhang Xuming's goal as president of the China Enterprises Council (CEC) is to help Chinese businesses export their reputation for social responsibility to the US as well as their products, services and technology.

China Hands

Yale president-turned-Coursera CEO sees China soar
  • Richard Bush: US, China in the same boat

    Richard Bush was a young boy when he followed his missionary parents to Asia in 1950. They wanted to go to China but the border was closed.

  • A family business on US-China relations

    Melanie Hart, director of China Policy at the Center for American Progress (CAP), a think tank in Washington, feels mid-career scholars like her see US-China relations somewhat differently compared with the old generation.


Writer Lu Xun works honored in New York
  • College football touches down in China

    China got its first taste of American football this weekend as six teams vied for the China American Football League's inaugural CAFL University Championship.

  • China mayors tour Silicon Valley

    Chinese businesses can learn a lot from Silicon Valley, according to a delegation of Chinese local officials who visited California last week.

  • Asian-Americans aiming to make impact on Election Day

    Bay Area Asian Americans are rallying from neighborhoods to train stations in a final push before the Nov 4 general elections. Volunteers are knocking on doors, passing out candidate brochures and setting up voter registration booths, hopeful there will be a larger turnout of Asian-Americans voters this time around.


Zombies crawl in New York
  • US airdrops arms to Kurds in Syria

    The U.S. military said Sunday it had airdropped weapons, ammunition and medical supplies to Kurdish forces defending the Syrian city of Kobani against Islamic State militants.

  • China, US exchange views

    Discussions mainly focused on the two countries' preparations for Obama's visit early next month, when the president will also attend the informal leaders' meeting of the APEC in Beijing.

  • Writer Lu Xun's works honored in NY

    Lu Xun, one of the leading figures of modern Chinese literature, was honored in New York with performances by the Beijing Dance Theater at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.


Glance of Central London after autumn rains
  • Rope-jumpers pictured leaping into crater

    A member of the "Exit Point" amateur rope-jumping group takes a rope jump from a 120-meter (394 feet) high rock down to a man-made crater called "Tuimsky Proval" (Tuimsky cavity).

  • Nepal closes trekking route after 38 die

    Nepalese officials closed a section of a popular Himalayan trekking route Sunday after rescuers, overwhelmed with last week's snowstorms that killed at least 38 people, had to save new hikers who set out after the blizzards on the same deadly trails.

  • AL to support Iraq's anti-IS fight

    An Arab League (AL) delegation arrived in the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Sunday to show support with the struggling Middle East country in its fight against the extremist Islamic State (IS) militant group.


China secures women's singles gold at Denmark Open
  • Li Na: Enjoy life, not back to tennis

    World famous Chinese tennis player who retired from the sport said she misses her tennis friends 'off the court', and will not go back to play tennis.

  • World Cup bid findings to be released

    FIFA's ethics chairman will release his findings into the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding contests next month, without making the investigation report public.

Democrats blame Ebola on Republicans


Large amount of basalt columns seen in Hebei