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Earthquake relief

[2014-08-16 23:13]

Dinghua Wang (first from right), chairman of E-World USA Holding, Inc, donates $50,000 to the victims of the recent Yunnan earthquake at Consulate General of China in Los Angeles on Friday. Wang's generosity was recognized by Liu Jian (center), China's consul general, Ed Chan (first from left), California Congressman, John Chiang (second from left), California State Controller, and Judy Chu (second from right), California Congresswoman.

China to help upgrade US transport network

[2014-08-16 20:34]

China is willing to export technology and equipment to the US and take part in its upgrading of transport infrastructure, Premier Li Keqiang says, when meeting a visiting US delegation.

Youth Olympic Games kick off in Nanjing

[2014-08-16 20:20]

Flag raisers from the honour guard hoist the national flag of the People's Republic of China during the opening ceremony for Nanjing 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province, Aug. 16, 2014.

Chinese doctors leave for Guinea for 2-year mission

[2014-08-16 08:13]

A Chinese medical worker kisses his wife goodbye before departing with fellow team members for Ebola-affected Guinea from Beijing Capital International Airport on Aug 15, 2014.

Delegation visits San Francisco to promote Canton Fair

[2014-08-16 06:16]

A senior-level trade delegation from the China Foreign Trade Center visited the San Francisco area on Friday to encourage American companies to participate in the 116th China Import and Export Fair, one of the world's top trade fairs.

Police images fuel outrage in Missouri and beyond

[2014-08-15 14:53]

The ugly clashes between police and protesters in this Missouri city have fueled a torrent of criticism and raised questions about whether the officers' tactics are inflaming the same violence they aim to suppress after the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager.

Facekinis getting global attention

[2014-08-15 13:29]

To avoid getting a tan, retired women in Qingdao wear full-face masks known as "facekinis" while at the beach. Now this bizarre trend is getting global attention.

Chocolate gets new foothold in Shanghai

[2014-08-15 12:11]

The consumption rate of chocolate in China still pales in comparison to places like the US and Europe, but with the launch of a new megastore in Shanghai, Mars candy company is hoping that Chinese people will grow a bigger sweet tooth.

Asiana Air 214 victim's family files lawsuit

[2014-08-15 12:11]

The family of Ye Mengyuan, who survived the crash of an Asiana Airlines jet in San Francisco but was later killed by being run over by two emergency vehicles, said on Wednesday that they are suing the City of San Francisco, claiming rescue crews violated her constitutional right to life.

Chinese medics train Sierra Leone health workers

[2014-08-15 09:50]

China has sent three expert teams and medical supplies to Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone to assist in the prevention and control of the Ebola virus.

Chinese community contributes to quake relief

[2014-08-15 07:57]

Members of the Chinese community in the US have stepped up to help victims and rebuild damaged areas after a severe earthquake struck southwest China's Yunnan province earlier this month.

Hanergy acquires US solar cell firm

[2014-08-14 11:05]

Privately held renewables company Hanergy Holding Group Ltd, headquartered in Beijing, announced on Wednesday that it had acquired Alta Devices Inc, a California-based developer of high-efficiency thin-film solar cells.

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