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Six Asian-American students awarded scholarships

[2014-05-31 05:22]

Ronald McDonald House Charities today awarded a $16,000 college scholarship to each of six Asian-American students from the New York tri-state area.

China's Oscars to be held in Hollywood

[2014-05-30 12:07]

Organizers of the 2014 Huading Awards announced at a press conference on Thursday in San Gabriel in California that China's Huading Awards, a voter-based "Chinese Oscar" awards for top Chinese talent in entertainment, will be held for the first time in Hollywood on Sunday June 1 at the Ricardo Montalban Theater.

Healthcare needs fixes: expert

[2014-05-30 12:07]

While the Chinese government has just cracked down on price fixing by foreign-based lens makers, it also needs to become "more concerned" about systemic problems.

Beijing stages anti-terror drill

[2014-05-30 10:32]

Beijing police on Thursday held a large-scale anti-terror and anti-riot drill to practice their emergency response, according to police authorities.

West Point commencement ceremony

[2014-05-30 09:39]

Underclassmen listen from the back of the stadium as US President Barack Obama speaks at a commencement ceremony at the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York, May 28, 2014.

Sizzling heatwave 'cooks' East China

[2014-05-30 09:31]

A woman cooks some meat on a car trunk with chopsticks in Jinan city, East China's Shandong province on Thursday. Shandong issued the summer's first orange heat alert on Thursday with the highest temperature hitting 38 Celsius degree.

Giant Rubber Duck waits in wings in Hangzhou

[2014-05-30 08:46]

Dutch conceptual artist Florentijn Hofman's inflatable Rubber Duck will be on display in China again on Friday. The giant duck will be presented ahead of Children's Day after its Beijing show at the Summer Palace last year.

World leaders' childhood days

[2014-05-30 06:40]

Children's Day, celebrated in many countries on June 1, highlights the dignity of children and their need for love, care and respect.

C.C. Yin: A story of success and giving back

[2014-05-30 05:17]

C.C. Yin immigrated to the United States in 1964 when he was 28. He had $100 in his pocket, barely spoke any English and knew practically nothing about America. What he did have was entrepreneurial spirit.

Getting to the point

[2014-05-29 11:53]

NYC Mandarin business workshops are launched

[2014-05-29 09:25]

Community leaders in Flushing, NY announced a new business training program for Mandarin- and Korean-speaking entrepreneurs at One Flushing Economic Development Center, in Downtown Flushing. The program is made possible through a partnership with the New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS), the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and local business owners and professionals.

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