Across America

Greenland looks to US cities for growth
  • More Chinese cities join US-based anti-smoking effort

    Five more Chinese cities have joined a project by Georgia State University's School of Public Health to curb smoking in a country where there are more than 300 million smokers or one-third of the world's total smokers.

  • Writers talk shop in New York

    Despite the fact that much of contemporary Chinese literature helps express today's realities, many of the authors did not set out writing with an agenda of conveying reality's absurdity in their novels.


Disabled deliveryman delivers perfectly
  • Guangdong police bust huge 'ice' labs

    Guangdong police, working with their counterparts in East China's Fujian province, seized more than 1.1 tons of methamphetamine, commonly known as "ice", after busting three major laboratories on May 14 and 15, according to a senior Guangdong police officer.

  • Patients take precedence for top researcher

    Every Monday morning, 68-year-old Li Lanjuan sits in her office at the First Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University's School of Medicine, in Hangzhou, receiving patients with hepatitis.

  • Prostitution case tycoon faces trial in Dongguan

    A well-known businessman charged with organizing prostitution and destroying evidence went on trial on Wednesday.


China to invest $900 billion in Belt and Road Initiative
  • Local govt debt rules eased

    Curbs on debt issues by local government financing vehicles are being eased to boost funding for infrastructure investment that will offset slowing economic growth.

  • US concerns over Chinese currency expected to fade

    After years of grabbing the spotlight in Sino-US economic relations, US concerns over the valuation of Chinese currency, or renminbi (RMB), are expected to fade as the International Monetary Fund has declared that RMB is no longer undervalued.

  • Ancient shoe brand that 'fast-tracks promotion'

    Neiliansheng is a time-honored cloth shoe maker that dates back to the late Qing dynasty (AD1853) in Beijing.


Canyon running through the city in Chongqing
  • Student poet writing his own destiny

    Khachamgyal's hometown in China's Qinghai province is famous for producing learned scholars and literary legends, and the college student is determined to follow in their footsteps.

  • Blind woman has vision of future

    Kyila may not be able to see the world, but she has a clear vision of how to make it a better one for blind and partially sighted people.

  • 10 years of studying abroad

    New Oriental, a private educational service provider, recently held an educational forum in Beijing to celebrate the 10th anniversary of its overseas study tour program.


Grilling, South Africa style
  • Belgian chef celebrates 'natural wonders'

    Visiting chef Seppe Nobels' blue eyes light up with excitement when he is asked about his morning at Jingshen Hai-xian Shichang, the capital's busiest fish market.

  • Red bowl's chic hotpot

    About 1,500 years ago, Mongol horsemen, cooking over campfires, seared meat in their shields and simmered soup in their upturned helmets.

  • As cafes multiply, so do 'coffee cats'

    On May 12, American ice cream brand Haagen Dazs refurbished one of its key outlets in Shanghai's Nanjing road and began switching up its products. It added ice cream to glasses of coffee and marketed the new store as its first global coffee shop.


Beijing spring auction season to see chilly winds


Gao Yuanyuan releases travel photos

Premier Li embarks on Latin America visit

What do we know about AIIB

The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is expected to be established by the end of this year.

Full coverage of Boao Forum for Asia

The 2015 Boao Forum for Asia annual conference will be held from March 26 to 29 in South China's Hainan province.

Annual legislative and political advisory sessions

The plenary sessions of the National People's Congress and the National Committee of the Chinese People' s Political Consultative Conference kick off.

Spring Festival trends reflect a changing China

Spring Festival is an annual celebration in China. This year's celebration, which lasts from Feb 18 to Feb 25, is marked by the following features.

Patent applications lead the world

China recorded 928,000 invention patent applications in 2014, of them about 663,000 inventions having high quality and market value.

BC lures Chinese tourists

As the Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb 19, draws close, the scramble to attract Chinese travelers is growing intense.

Festival Special: Apps that make holiday shopping easier

With the increase in sales of nianhuo, the special goods bought to celebrate the Spring Festival, the rising purchasing power of Chinese consumers is on full display.

Alibaba places China smartphone business bet with $590m Meizu deal

Alibaba is taking a $590 million stake in an obscure domestic smartphone maker.

China, US vow to deepen military relations

Vice chairman of China's Central Military Commission Fan Changlong met with Michael Vickers, visiting US under secretary of defense for intelligence.

Premier Li attends Davos Forum

China plans to withstand downward pressure and continue with its strategic focus in 2015, Premier Li Keqiang said at the Davos Forum.

Li Na expecting first baby

Reigning Australian Open champion Li Na and husband Jiang Shan are expecting their first child.

Li: Spain a partner for new market

China and Spain should work together to develop new markets in the developing world to promote economic growth, Premier Li Keqiang said on Wednesday during a meeting with Spain's Deputy Prime Minister Soraya Saenz de Santamaria.

Foreign policy not foreign: expert

Some 110 Chinese graduate students studying in US universities began a three-day program on Wednesday evening in Washington, trying to understand how American foreign policy is made.

China makes splash at book fair

The Big Apple is embracing the charm of Chinese books and culture as the 2015 BookExpo America officially kicked off on Wednesday, featuring China as the Global Market Forum and the guest of honor for the first time.

Brazil ready to collaborate over FIFA graft probe

Brazil President Dilma Rousseff said Wednesday her country was ready to collaborate with Swiss and US authorities over their probe into football corruption.


Bammy Wong: Building a network of legends
  • Wei Yang: Focusing on critical battles

    On April 22, 2015, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the oldest and most prestigious honorary societies in the US and a leading center for independent policy research, announced its newly elected members.

  • Li Hengda: Taking art to an ever higher level

    Li Hengda, founder of the American Asian Performing Arts Theatre and Hengda Dance Academy, is not only a celebrated dancer and art educator in Seattle, but an artist who is dedicated to promoting Chinese classic dance and sharing more Chinese art with the world.

Chinese Community Leaders

Grassroots judge carries dream on road
  • New leader at China's Chamber

    With Chinese investment in the United States increasingly rising, an organization that represents Chinese companies' common interests is refining its services.

  • 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.


China makes splash at book fair


Evacuations in Texas after killer storms
  • Central Pacific will see more hurricanes

    Forecasters say the 2015 hurricane season in the central Pacific region will see more storms than average because of warmer ocean water.

  • Chinese books in spotlight

    China's participation in the Global Market Forum during the upcoming Bookexpo America will provide the American public with more access to understand it, Chinese Consul General to New York Zhang Qiyue said on May 26.

  • Storms kill 16 in Texas, Oklahoma

    Torrential rains have killed at least 16 people in Texas and Oklahoma, including four in Houston where floods turned streets into rivers and led to about 1,000 calls for help in the fourth-most populous US city, officials said on Tuesday.


British Queen makes references to China in keynote speech
  • Heat wave hits Gaza City

    Heat wave hits Gaza City. A Palestinian boy plays in a fountain basin to cool off during hot weather in Gaza City May 27, 2015.

  • Russians battle it out in bathtub race

    Activists of "The Truth about Food" public organization participate in a bathtub race in Arbat Street, Moscow, May 27, 2015.

  • New Zealand to open embassy in Baghdad

    New Zealand is to open an embassy in Iraqi capital as its troops begin a two-year mission to train Iraqi forces in the fight against Islamic State insurgents.


Five out of five as Frenchmen enjoy perfect day
  • China the most promising market for Bayern

    China has become Bayern Munich's most important market as the Bundesliga powerhouse foresee a bright picture for the world's most populous nation that has launched a reform plan on football.

  • Three Argentinians involved in FIFA scandal

    Three Argentinian businessmen appeared to be involved in the FIFA scandal investigated by the United States Department of Justice for accusations of corruption.

  • Cooperation in public diplomacy needed

    This "new pattern" in international relations is reflected in the way China handles its ties with the United States.

  • US out to disturb regional security

    It is difficult to make people believe the US-Japan alliance is not targeted at China if Obama and Abe don't make real efforts to prove their sincerity.

  • Tsai must clarify cross-Straits position

    On May 29, Tsai Ing-wen, chairwoman of Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), will begin a 12-day trip to the United States. The DPP candidate for Taiwan's 2016 leadership elections will meet with US government officials, lawmakers, scholars and others with an interest in East Asian affairs.


Tenglong Cave in Hubei