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Military landmark

[2014-08-01 23:25]

Military landmark

Giving it away in China

[2014-08-01 12:16]

The number of millionaires in China grew to 2.4 million last year, second only to the United States, which totaled 7.1 million, according to the Boston Consulting Group (BCG).

Ping-pong opened his door to China

[2014-08-01 11:52]

Douglas Spelman was a student at Harvard University in 1972 when he learned that a Chinese ping-pong team would visit the United States that spring. The PhD student of history and East Asian languages, who was then taking time teaching a course on China at Bucknell University in Pennsylvania, wanted to get involved.

Gala held for Chinese interns in DC

[2014-08-01 11:52]

The 2014 Leadership and Business Conference was held on Thursday evening in Washington. Hosted by the International Leadership Foundation (ILF) and the Coalition of Asian American Business Organization (CAABO) and closing with the ILF Awards Gala in the evening, the conference invited Asian American business and community leaders, members of Congress, high-ranking officials and young leaders from across the straits.

Teens swap visits on entrepreneurship

[2014-08-01 11:52]

One year ago, 20 students from China came to the United States to pair up with 20 counterparts in Connecticut to learn more about entrepreneurship and the global economy. Next week, the 20 Connecticut students will go to Shanghai to do the same thing.

Prodigy, 11, wows chess world

[2014-08-01 11:52]

The biggest things on a preteen's mind normally revolve around family, friends and school. Life for Awonder Liang, an 11-year-old from Madison, Wisconsin, is no different. Except that he is the youngest National Master in the 75-year history of the United States Chess Federation (USCF).

Jobs hunting

[2014-08-01 04:59]

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (second from right) talks to the press on Thursday in Washington during a trip to promote his state’s economy to business leaders. Bill Ford (second from left), executive chairman of the Ford Motor Company, Doug Rothwell (left), president and CEO of Business Leaders for Michigan and John Russel (first right), president and CEO of CMS Energy were also present.

Pleas for help on murder case

[2014-07-31 11:13]

Crime Stoppers of Houston is offering up to $70,000 for information leading to the arrest of the suspect or suspects responsible for the murder of a Chinese family in Texas.

Leadership foundation brings young ambassadors to DC

[2014-07-31 11:13]

The International Leadership Foundation (ILF), along with the National Council of Asian American Business Organizations, will host the annual Leadership and Business Conference in Washington on Thursday.

New York state seeks Chinese tourists

[2014-07-31 10:26]

New York State wants more Chinese tourists to say — or sing — “I Love New York’’ as it seeks to tap into the more than $102 billion global Chinese tourism market.

Happy homecoming for retired ambassador

[2014-07-31 07:19]

Giant pandas born overseas learn to adapt back in China.

Panda North American film festival opens for submissions

[2014-07-31 04:53]

The 2014 Golden Panda North America International Short Film Festival, which allows young filmmakers to showcase their skills and talent, announced Wednesday that it will accept submissions starting Aug 1.

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