IMAX targeting wealthy Chinese

IMAX is looking to target high net-worth individuals in China and real estate developers in the country with its new $400,000 home theater system, according to a company executive.

Brooklyn woman on mission to relate to Chinese peers

Christina Xu has always wondered what her life would have been like had she not left China for the US. So she is attempting to find out.

Air pollution still public's top concern

Almost 78 percent of complaints the public made to the national environmental watchdog on its hotline in the first half of this year was about air pollution.

Girl who quit her job to travel the world

Chen Sitong is a travelling fanatic who quit her job in 2014. Relying on part-time jobs, the post-80s girl completed her eight-month tour of the world.

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.

Germany continues border controls until November: media

In the refugee crisis, Germany wants to continue controls on its external borders until early November, reported German media Spiegel Online on Monday night.

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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