Nail salon owners protest in New York

Hundreds of Chinese in New York's nail salon industry rallied in front of The New York Times building on Tuesday, protesting state legislation requiring nail salon owners to purchase wage bonds and denouncing articles in the newspaper that led to new regulations for the salons.

Working on positive China-US relations

Jeffrey Bader, a top China hand in the United States, heaved a sigh of relief after Chinese President Xi Jinping's first state visit to the United States last week.

Scenic spots packed with tourists on National Day Holiday

Scenic spots packed with tourists on Chinese National Day Holiday.

Self-drive holidaymakers spend more than average tourists

More than 60 percent of domestic holidays being taken in China are now "self-drive", according to new research, prompting calls for an expansion of the country's highway network.

Lagerfeld's imagination takes flight on Chanel Airways

Director Karl Lagerfeld filled Paris' Grand Palais with a Chanel Airlines check-in desk, waiting area, flight information board and a no. 5 gate to present his spring/summer 2016 collection.

China rally back to edge South Korea 76-73

Once down by 20 points, team China found a way out and edged another Asian basketball powerhouse South Korea in Group C game at FIBA Asian Championships on Thursday.

Russian warplanes hit IS targets in Syria

Syrian and Russian warplanes carried out a series of airstrikes against Islamic State (IS) positions in several areas.

China's young return to traditional roots

Traditional Chinese culture should not lose its grip on young Chinese as it is good for their moral development and the cultivation of their character.

Food and Travel

The fiery delicacies of Hunan

Aside from the beautiful scenery and hospitable residents of Central China's Hunan province, the local cuisine is a great attraction for tourists from home and abroad.

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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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