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Statue salute

[2014-05-09 22:43]

Chinese Ambassador to the US Cui Tiankai speaks at the opening of an exhibit at the Sculpture Garden of the Art Museum of the Americas in Washington on Thursday.

US to get more Confucius Institutes

[2014-05-09 11:47]

A total of 20 new Chinese learning centers spread across nine states

American's lens captures Chinese May 4 history

[2014-05-09 11:47]

A photo exhibition in Beijing marks the 95th anniversary of the May Fourth Movement, an important cultural and political movement in modern China. The images were taken by American photographer Sidney D. Gamble (1890-1968), grandson of James Gamble, one of the co-founders of Proctor & Gamble.

Cheetah Mobile's IPO on NYSE raises $168 million

[2014-05-09 11:47]

As Cheetah Mobile Inc's first day as a US publicly traded company drew to a close, its stock hovered at less than 1 percent above its IPO price.

Across America

[2014-05-09 11:36]

Countries mark end of WWII

[2014-05-09 10:38]

French President Francois Hollande (L) and French Prime Minister Manuel Valls stand at attention during a ceremony marking the 69th anniversary in Paris of the Allied victory in World War II, on May 8, 2014. [Photo/Agencies]

Mother's Day : Travel with mom

[2014-05-09 08:43]

Mother's Day, May 11, is just around the corner, prompting us to honor mothers and motherhood, maternal bonds and the influence of mothers in society.

American wrestlers win Times Square event

[2014-05-08 13:50]

High above the temporary wrestling mat in Times Square, the news scrolled across a video screen about Russian troops pulling back from the Ukrainian border.

Red panda gets a name, at last

[2014-05-08 11:25]

The San Francisco Zoo announced the name of its newest, and perhaps cutest, resident - a 10-month-old red panda on Wednesday.

Chinese enrollment for US MBAs is rising

[2014-05-08 11:25]

New York-area schools that give a master's degree in business administration are seeing an enrollment increase for students from China.

Chinese in 'orbit' over lollipops

[2014-05-08 11:25]

Sweets lovers in China are in orbit over a US confectioner's out-of-this-world lollipops.

Confucius Institute marks 5th year at George Mason

[2014-05-08 11:25]

It was just a suggestion from one of Kelly Eisenhart's professors at George Mason University. Little did she know it would eventually change her life.

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