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Getting a taste for the World Cup

[2014-05-03 15:57]

As soccer fans' long wait for the World Cup to begin nears its end, foodies show their love for the game with a variety of soccer ball-themed cakes.

Sino-US doctors join hands to fix young hearts

[2014-05-02 11:36]

AQZ Charity Foundation (AQZ), a group dedicated to helping children with congenital heart disease from poor families in China, was launched in Houston on Wednesday night.

CSSC to expand its offshore businesses

[2014-05-02 11:36]

More than 10 subsidiaries of China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) will attend the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) next week from May 5-8 in Houston to expand the company's business in the offshore sector.

Shopping spree

[2014-05-02 10:55]

PChome, the largest online shopping vendor in Taiwan, launches its US C2C market on April 27 in San Jose, California.

Top 10 world's highest-paid athletes

[2014-05-02 09:37]

Top 10 world's highest-paid athletes

Lenovo CEO honored with Edison innovation award

[2014-05-02 01:16]

Paul Jacobs (left), executive chairman of Qualcomm, presents the Edison Achievement Award to Yang Yuanqing, chairman and CEO of Lenovo, in San Francisco on Wednesday night.

Chinese tourists get a new map of Boston in Chinese

[2014-05-01 11:28]

"Every time we leave our office in central Boston, we would see Chinese walking around, lost, looking at maps in English, trying to figure out where they were going. I speak some Chinese and I try to help them, but we realized this was a problem that needed to be fixed for Chinese who arrive in the city and simply want to get around."

Bronx ice-skating rink eyes EB-5 for financing

[2014-05-01 11:28]

It has been used piecemeal for dog shows, boat expos, boxing matches, movies and music videos. But no investors have looked at developing the Kingsbridge Armory in the Bronx until now.

Miss CA: Key to success is to 'keep trying'

[2014-05-01 11:28]

In 2001, Elaine Chao became the first Chinese-American woman to join the cabinet of a US president. Eight years later, Barack Obama became the first African-American president of the United States. In 2011, Gary Locke became the first Chinese-American ambassador to China.

China 'to lead' digital revolution

[2014-05-01 11:28]

The narrowing of the "digital divide" in China combined with the country's growing engineering-talent pool will push it to the forefront of the digital revolution in the years ahead, according to a panelist at a digital technology conference.

NY real estate firms woo Chinese buyers

[2014-05-01 11:28]

Chinese have outspent Russian buyers in acquiring Manhattan real estate for the first time, and the city's real estate brokerages are doing all they can to woo more of them, from hiring China-born brokers to taking classes on the business practices of Chinese.

Kicking up

[2014-04-30 22:41]

Sun Guoxiang, consul general of China in New York, Jacques d'Amboise, founder of National Dance Institute, and Shirley Young, chair of the US-China Cultural Institute, pose for a photo during NDI's annual gala in New York on Monday. The gala included a performance by some of NDI's 6,000 public school students showcasing Chinese dance as part of its collaboration with China.

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