Across America

China, US step up IPR cooperation


Chinese train ticket sales set record as holiday nears


Steering a course for sustained growth
  • Formula E racing arrives in Beijing

    The FIA Formula E Championship kicks-off Saturday with its first stop in Beijing.

  • Huawei uncovers corruption in probe

    Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, China's largest telecom equipment maker, found four employees in violation of the company's policies on corruption as part of an internal inspection.

  • China Aug bank lending picks up

    Chinese banks made $114.6 billion of new loans in August, picking up from an abrupt drop in July as the government keeps up modest policy support for the economy.


Racing ahead
  • Renovation programme underway at Labrang Monastery

    The Labrang Monastery, a major Tibetan Buddhism monastery in China, is undergoing the largest renovation programme since its establishment in 1709.

  • Wengang Township: hometown for brush pens

    Zhou Pengcheng, a boss of brush pen workshop makes personalized brush pens in Wengang township of Jinxian county, east China's Jiangxi province, Sept 11, 2014.

  • Best bets

    As of now, eight of the top 10 women tennis players are expected to take part in the Wuhan Open.


A gilded prophet comes home
  • An abundance of riches

    Shanghai food has always been unabashedly heavy, its flavors enhanced by generous applications of the kitchen trinity of oil, sugar and soy. Xu Junqian talks to a chef who claims he was born "dipped in soy".

  • No shoddy oil found on mainland so far

    No tainted oil from Taiwan has been found so far to have been imported to the mainland, authorities said on Wednesday, as the quality watchdog suspended the importation of all suspect products.

  • Creative themed restaurants around China

    Theme restaurants are restaurants in which the concept of the restaurant takes priority over everything else, influencing the architecture, food, music, and overall 'feel' of the restaurant.


Renovation programme underway at Labrang Monastery


When actresses were schoolgirls

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.

President Xi visits Mongolia

Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games

Leading leaden lives

Cheng Xiaomin is 20, but she is only a bit taller than an average 8-year-old.

Former security chief under probe

China helps fight international war on drugs

Crackdown on terrorist attacks

While China is knitting an anti-terrorist security network, the nation still needs to prepare its people to fight the war on terror, thereby mobilizing its most powerful weapon.

My China Story: Meeting the master

Adventures can happen to you anywhere: when you are away from home, when you are walking on the street, or they can come with a curious encounter, in my case, for example.

Chinese president arrives in Maldives for state visit

President Xi Jinping will hold talks with Maldivian President Abdulla Yameen and a series of cooperation agreements are expected to be signed between the two countries.

Boosting innovation in Latin America

Although Latin America is a region of entrepreneurs, with over half the workforce employed by small businesses, there is still a chronic lack of innovation in the region that is stifling business growth and competitiveness.

China, LatAm see rosy trade prospect

China's foreign direct investment in Latin America, in the decade between 2002 and 2012, totaled $917 million, while at least 98 Latin America and Caribbean companies were operating in China.

US tourist in DPRK gets 6 years of hard labor

US citizen Miller Matthew Todd who had been held in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) for committing "anti-DPRK acts" was sentenced to six years of hard labor.

Chinese Community Leaders

Building a golden China-Hollywood bridge
  • GOP candidate a natural gas advocate

    Doug Lee is a Republican candidate for the New York State Assembly District 16 in Nassau County and he will try to unseat Democratic incumbent Michelle Schimel in November on a platform.

  • Chen connects police, Asian community

    As the assistant chief of the Houston Police Department and in charge of staff services, John Chen wears a uniform and spends a lot of time in his downtown office.


VW, Chrysler fined for price-fixing
  • Chinese firms learning lessons

    In order for Chinese companies to be successful in the US, the firms need to hire local workers, establish close ties with service providers and whenever possible team with local partners.

  • Paulson, Rudd tackle China's future

    Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and former US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson shared their views on changes China has experienced in recent years.

  • Exhibit recounts Shanghai's Jewish refugees in WWII

    About a hundred people from the US and China gathered at Congregation Beth Israel on Wednesday to attend to attend the opening ceremony of Shanghai Jewish Refugees Exhibition.


Obama leads US in remembrance of Sept 11 victims
  • US beef talks continue

    "Progress is being made but ongoing discussions continue at very high levels," said Alfred Almanza, administrator of the US Department of Agriculture's Food Safety Inspection Service, at the APEC Food Safety Cooperation Forum in Beijing on Friday.

  • IS has up to 31,500 members: CIA

    The Islamic State terrorist group has between 20,000 and 31,500 fighters in Iraq and Syria, much higher than the previous estimate.

  • Obama orders airstrikes in Syria

    US President authorized airstrikes inside Syria for the first time and expanded strikes in Iraq as part of "a steady, relentless effort" to root out Islamic State extremists.


China co-op model may well suit Argentina and Brazil
  • Canada, China to build eco-district

    With rich timber resources and developed green-building technologies, a Canadian non-profit organization will build an environment friendly area in Tianjin, the largest coastal city and busiest port in northern China.

  • Myanmar to implement plan to curb human trafficking

    Myanmar will draw and implement a subregional action plan for the year 2014-18 in collaboration with ASEAN members and China in its increased effort to crack down on human trafficking.

  • Xi's visit to Tajikistan 'historic'

    Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to Tajikistan is historic, with a series of cooperation agreements, mainly in investment and economic areas, to be signed.


US ease past Lithuania into World Cup final
  • Falcao cool under Manchester United glare

    A composed and measured Radamel Falcao made his media bow at Manchester United on Thursday, showing few signs of the weight of goal-scoring expectation on his shoulders.

  • The Bundesliga is back

    With defending champion Bayern Munich and runner-up Borussia Dortmund already dropping points, Bayer Leverkusen is setting the early season pace in the Bundesliga.

Clean up the world weekend
  • To eliminate IS, US has to back Syria

    To eliminate the cold-blooded IS, Washington has to acknowledge the "legitimacy" of the Assad government and accept it as a "partner" in the fight against the Islamic extremists.

  • China and EU can share experiences

    The European Union's new leadership structure has largely taken shape after prolonged months of bargaining, consultations and elections.

  • Apple stretching itself thinner and thinner

    So there it is then, after what seems like months and months of supposed sneak-peek previews, what we're being offered is exactly what the rumors suggested - a revolutionary new device that will transform our lives.


People gather to watch Qiantang River tidal bore in E China
  • Beauty of Gahai Wetland in NW China's Gansu

    The Gahai Wetland, a source area of China's Yellow River, is growing in both water area and waterfowl numbers since the establishment of a national natural reserve in 2002.

  • LA highlights its tourist attractions

    The Tourism and Convention Board of Los Angeles unveiled a showroom highlighting the city’s attractions in Beijing on Sept 10 as it endeavors to reach a double-digit increase in Chinese tourists to the largest city on the west coast of the United States.

  • Interview with Sylviana Murni

    Jakarta in Indonesia and Beijing have been sister cities for several years. Last week, the deputy Governor of Jakarta, Sylviana Murni, came to Beijing to attend the World Tourism Cities Federation (WTCF)'s two-day tourism summit.