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Two double-decker buses collide in New York

[2014-08-06 05:51]

More than a dozen people were injured Tuesday when a double-decker tour bus struck a pole and another one at the intersection of 47th St. and Seventh Ave. in Times Square, witnesses and officials said.

Life in quake-hit areas of Southwest China

[2014-08-05 15:38]

Villagers put up tents along the roadside in quake-hit Xinping Village of Qiaojia County, Southwest China's Yunnan Province, Aug. 4, 2014. Sunday’s 6.5-magnitude earthquake cost at least 398 lives and dislocated nearly 300,000 people. More than 79,800 houses were toppled and 124,000 seriously damaged in the quake zone.

Drought persists in Central China's Henan province

[2014-08-05 15:19]

Henan has been experiencing high temperatures and a severe lack of rain, with many parts of the province suffering from widespread drought.

US artist creates lifelike baby animals

[2014-08-05 15:13]

US artist Lee Cross, 21, creates adorable handmade baby animals that are so lifelike they have even fooled people into thinking they are real.

Getting teachers to teach about China

[2014-08-05 10:42]

What does China's growing global impact mean for US teachers and students?

US-Africa summit starts with fora

[2014-08-05 09:33]

The United States started its first ever summit with 50 African leaders with a series of fora on more traditional development issues like food security.

Group aims to lure back skilled Chinese talent

[2014-08-04 11:04]

A delegation of senior executives from the ChangzhouWest Taihu Lake Science and Technology Zone visited the San Francisco area on Aug 2 to attract young talent back to the mainland.

10 Chinese cities that lifted property curbs in July

[2014-08-04 07:31]

The price dip came after several cities scrapped curbs on purchases to boost sales. As of Friday, 60 percent of the 46 cities that had such curbs had eased them.

Culture Insider: Customs of Sanfu - the dog days of summer

[2014-08-04 07:14]

Sanfu is between mid-July to mid-August. Let's take a look at the Chinese traditional ways of spending the dog days of summer.

Calligrapher brings distinctive script to US

[2014-08-04 06:54]

Driven to teach and promote traditional Chinese calligraphy, Chinese calligrapher Pang Zhonghua, a pioneer of hard-nib calligraphy, brought his art and unique style of instruction to the "Vision & Innovation" annual forum in New York on Aug 2.

Baseball serves as bridge for US ties

[2014-08-04 01:54]

Chinese community leaders, including Zhang Meifang (third from left), deputy consul general in New York, receive awards from the New York Mets in at the Citi Field Baseball Stadium on Saturday. The team hosted its annual event - “An Evening of Chinese Culture” to open the baseball game.[

M6.5 quake hits SW China

[2014-08-03 20:26]

Part of a wall falls off a local building after a 6.5-magnitude earthquake hit Ludian county in Southwest China's Yunnan province at 4:30 pm on Sunday.

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