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World's Ugliest Dog Contest

[2014-06-21 17:01]

Peanut, a mutt dog from Greenville, North Carolina, stands between her trophies after winning the 2014 World's Ugliest Dog contest in Petaluma, California June 20, 2014.

Hainan launches Beijing-Boston nonstop service

[2014-06-21 07:23]

Hainan Airlines, China's fourth-largest carrier, launched its Beijing-to-Boston nonstop service on Friday with the arrival of a Boeing 787 Dreamliner at Logan International Airport.

Outstanding 50

[2014-06-20 23:01]

John Wang (left), president and founder of the Asian American Business Development Center, with Norman Liu, president and CEO at GE Capital Aviation Services, at the 13th annual Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business Gala in New York on Thursday.

Huntington library hosts Wu Man's final concert

[2014-06-20 22:50]

She is recognized for her distinguished career as one of the world's virtuosos of the pipa, a musical instrument with a history of over 2,000 years in China, as well as a leading ambassador of Chinese music.

Entrepreneur spreads Chinese culture

[2014-06-20 22:37]

China's well-known female entrepreneur Guo Lishuang is leading an eight-member delegation to explore the culture industry of the US' West Coast. She hopes her eight-day trip, packed with meetings with industry professionals, will help her better understand American culture and ultimately aid her efforts to promote Chinese culture worldwide.

US Rep questions US 'pivot' strategy

[2014-06-20 08:33]

US Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa believes that there are a lot of unanswered questions in the US rebalance strategy for the Asia-Pacific region.

Neil Bush: Continuing a father's legacy

[2014-06-20 06:35]

In the US, there are many business people who are heavily involved in doing business with China. Neil Bush, son and brother to two former US presidents, is one of them.

NYC business professionals earn a salute

[2014-06-19 10:46]

When John Wang started the Asian American Business Development Center in 1994 in New York, Asian businesses in the city tended to operate within their own communities and had problems integrating into the mainstream marketplace.

Coalition to host forum over NYC school admissions bill

[2014-06-19 08:50]

Asian-American community leaders and parents are planning a meeting on Sunday in Flushing over proposed bill that would change admissions to specialized high schools in New York.

Chinese tycoon offers free lunch, cash to poor in NYC

[2014-06-19 08:40]

He is known as a philanthropist who likes to grab the media spotlight for dramatic publicity stunts promoting philanthropic causes.

Beijing, Hanoi vow to act on friction

[2014-06-19 07:03]

China and Vietnam pledged on Wednesday to rein in maritime tensions during the highest-level direct contact between the countries since relations worsened in May over a Chinese oil rig operating in the South China Sea.

Chinese football fan at Maracanã Stadium

[2014-06-19 03:35]

Liu Yilin, from Sichuan province, was at Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro with his friends to watch the World Cup game between Spain and Chile.

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