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  • Economic Outlook

    The 4th edition of the New York Forum takes place at the New York Library on Sunday. The forum invited more than 100 politicians, policy makers and business leaders from around the world, including a group of Chinese executives, to discuss climate change and the economy before the United Nations Climate Change summit on Tuesday.

  • Terracotta girls arrive in New York

    A New York-based artist has drawn inspiration from the famed Terracotta Warriors of Xi'an for an ongoing project she is debuting at several sites around the world.


Cancer patient, 72, takes National Judicial Exam
  • Charity donations rebound after scandal

    After two years' falling, donations to Chinese charities rebounded to 98.9 billion yuan ($16.1 billion) in 2013, a 21.06 percent increase than 2012.

  • Fugitive ends life on the lam

    Former trading company manager, who fled the country in 2004 over a $24 million scandal, is now one of 88 economic fugitives who have been repatriated since July.

  • Li Na to help develop tennis among kids

    Leaving the field of competition due to a serious knee injury, China's tennis ace Li Na couldn't help holding back tears at a news conference on Sunday.


Opportunists cash in on delayed iPhone launch in China
  • Nanjing scraps housing purchase limit

    Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu province, announced on Sunday to end housing purchase restrictions in a bid to revive local property market.

  • Alibaba issues additional shares

    The underwriters of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's IPO have issued additional shares, bringing the IPO's size to about $25 billion and making it the largest initial public offering in history.

  • Shanghai Husi to fire 340 workers

    A total of 340 workers are expected to be made redundant on Monday by Shanghai Husi Food Co Ltd, a food supplier to a number of global brands.


Angelina Jolie surgery sparks surge in female cancer tests: study
  • Firm wins key male disorder medicine approval

    Shanghai-listed Guangzhou Baiyunshan Pharmaceutical Holdings Co announced on Sept 18 that it would start selling a generic erectile dysfunction medicine, sildenafil citrate, in late October.

  • On- and off- celebrity romances

    Chinese diva Faye Wong reportedly reunited with her ex-boyfriend Nicholas Tse. They are not the only lovebirds in showbiz in on- and off- relationships. Here we present you a few.

  • Legendary Chinese women in the early 20th century

    The first half of the 20th century saw an important rise in the women's liberation movement in China. Here are some of the most legendary women during that period.


Private kitchens, public restaurants
  • Scent of the season

    The little creamy yellow flowers are not flamboyantly visible, but there is no way you can ignore them in full bloom.

  • The warming foods of autumn

    Pumpkins are rich in beta-carotene. Known for its immune-boosting powers, beta-carotene is essential for eye health and has also been linked to preventing coronary heart disease.

  • A gilded prophet comes home

    It is probably one of the best-known Chinese restaurants in the United States, possibly Europe, and now it is finally in Shanghai. Pauline D. Loh looks at how this "overseas Chinese" performs in the motherland.


Pingyao Int'l Photography Festival kicks off


On- and off- celebrity romances
  • Best bets

    Swan Lake by Russian State Ballet,Shanghai MIDI Festival 2014, Splash Wars II, Mariah Carey Concert in Chongqing, and Zhang Haochen Piano RecitalNCPA Piano Virtuosos 2014.

  • Listings

    Plan B-The Rock 'n' Soul Specialists, 2014 Shane Filan You and Me Tour Live in Beijing, and 2014 Beijing Expat Fair.

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.

Top 8 executives who left western firms for Chinese companies

Premier Li attends Summer Davos forum

China's top business elites under 40

Business magazine Fortune's Chinese version has ranked top 40 business elites in China who are under 40.

Host of Japan's historic surrender

Young China - You've got talent

Swimming in Politics:the allure of Beidaihe

Quaint seaside city has punched above its weight in the political arena, hosting waves of national leaders and serving as the launch pad for key state policies.

Xi stresses military headquarters' loyalty

Headquarters of PLA forces must have absolute loyalty and firm faith in the Communist Party of China, said Xi at a meeting with PLA chiefs of staff.

Guideline helps battle against terrorism

A new guideline clearly defines terrorist activities in China and could help authorities combat terrorism, legal experts said on Sunday.

Alibaba's IPO is only just the beginning: Ma

The Chinese giant with the Arabic name may have made history last week, but its founder said now the pressure is really on.

US group seeks 'no vacancy' for China's hotels

Independent hotels in China are trying to capture part of the international tourist market by promoting their first-class services and facilities.

Chinese Community Leaders

Michael Lin: Seeking what is important
  • Poy helps shape a country with leadership

    Since Dr Vivienne Poy retired from the Senate of Canada two years ago, she has kept herself busy. Her recent projects included support for the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, and completing a new book on her husband's family.

  • Building a golden China-Hollywood bridge

    In Los Angeles, where it seems everybody is Hollywood connected, Bianca Chen has found her own way to do the film business.

China Hands

A lifetime understanding China politics
  • A lifetime of keeping an eye on China

    Veteran China hand Jonathan Pollack says leaders should jump on chances to tackle the most pressing issues

  • Economist eyes China's transformation

    Nicholas Lardy, one of the leading economists on China in the United States, has been very excited about the economic reform plans rolled out at the Third Plenum of the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China last November.


Art exhibition unveiled at Chinese embassy in NY


Tens of thousands crowd New York streets for climate march
  • US House okay's plan to train Syrian

    The US House of Representatives approved President Barack Obama's plan to train and equip Syrian rebels as part of efforts to fight the Islamic State militant group.

  • Obama visits elementary school

    US President Barack Obama smiles while visiting the Clarence Tinker elementary school children, at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida, September 17, 2014.

  • US to begin Ebola equipment lift to Liberia

    The first planeload of hospital equipment in the US military's battle against West Africa's deadly Ebola outbreak will arrive in Liberia on Friday.


NASA is back at Mars
  • EU, Russia, Ukraine to hold energy security meeting

    The next trilateral ministerial meeting between the European Union (EU), Russia and Ukraine on energy security will take place on Sept 26, 2014 in Berlin, the EU announced Monday in a statement.

  • Polish president appoints new gov't

    Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski appointed the Polish government led by the newly sworn-in Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz at the presidential palace on Monday.

  • Sending money costs huge

    On any day in Canada, Chinese immigrants head for a business that transfer money back to their homeland. It is a simple act but one with huge economic implications for the immigrants and their family members.


Messi and Barca put on five-star show in Levante mauling
World Car Free Day
  • Let Mideast solve its own problems

    It is best to leave the IS problem for the people of Middle East to deal with. Other countries' involvement in the Middle East will only complicate the situation further and make things worse.

  • Japan's Nobel defenders of world peace

    The Nobel Prize Committee has officially nominated Article 9 of the Constitution as a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize.

  • Misplaced obsession with climate change

    While it is important to find smart solutions to the real problem of global warming, claiming that on “top of the priority list is climate change” is misplaced.


Fall's favorite flower