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Govt takes measures after 93 wild birds die

[2015-01-18 09:12]

The H5N1 virus, a highly contagious strain of bird flu, has caused deaths in the Sanmenxia Reservoir Area, Henan province, which is a winter habitat for swans that migrate from Siberia in Russia.

HK donor gives $1 million to NYPD officers' families

[2015-01-17 07:48]

The families of two New York City policemen who were shot to death last month were presented with a donation of $1 million on Friday on behalf of an anonymous Hong Kong businessman.

Across Canada Jan 16

[2015-01-17 01:55]

Across Canada

Ready to roll

[2015-01-16 22:52]

A model stands next to an Alfa Romeo 4C during the second press day of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan on Tuesday. Innovation is the buzzword of the auto show, whose public show runs from Jan 17-25. See story on page 3.

Beijing travel film wows TV viewers

[2015-01-16 12:57]

On the heels of a successful broadcast, the Beijing tourism bureau is looking to re-air a Beijing-oriented travel documentary in the New York tri-state area to encourage American travelers to visit China's capital city.

Across Americas Over the Week (Jan 9-Jan 15)

[2015-01-16 12:02]

Across Americas Over the Week (Jan 9-Jan 15)

Going for China's glam market

[2015-01-16 12:02]

On a snowy evening in early December, the residence of Peter Thomas Roth, founder of Peter Thomas Roth Clinical Skin Care, on the Upper East Side of Manhattan was filled with its first group of guests for a pre-Christmas party.

Beverly Hills welcomes Chinese

[2015-01-16 11:53]

The Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau (BHCVB) announced Thursday that the city is going to stage a month-long celebration of Chinese New Year starting Feb 1.

US not to link Iran nuke talks to prisoner issue

[2015-01-16 11:16]

Washington would not link nuclear talks with Iran to the release of Americans from Iranian prisons, the US State Department reiterated Thursday.

Workers protest on Martin Luther King birthday

[2015-01-16 10:37]

Scores of airport workers rallied on Thursday in New York and other cities to demand higher wages in one of several protests planned by an array of interest groups to mark the birthday of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.

US rolls out new Cuba rules on trade, travel

[2015-01-16 09:21]

US announces new measures to significantly ease sanctions on Cuba, opening up the country to expanded US travel, trade and financial activities.

Chinese piece headlines Carnegie recital

[2015-01-16 07:02]

Concert pianist Tian Jiaxin will join the ranks of world class musicians with a performance at Carnegie Hall's Isaac Stern Auditorium on Feb 18, the Chinese Lunar New Year's Eve. And she's offering the audience a special holiday gift.

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