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Premier Li meets prominent Chinese Americans

[2013-11-03 01:31]

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met with a group of Chinese Americans from the Committee of 100 Friday in Beijing, a press release from his office said Saturday.

Hundreds in US protest against ABC's offensive skit

[2013-11-02 10:03]

Hundreds of demonstrators, mainly from a large Chinese community living in Houston, the fourth largest US city, gathered Friday outside ABC's local office building to protest the offensive skit the company aired, in which a kid suggested Americans should "kill everyone in China" as a way to solve US debt problem.

Movie director Feng leaves his marks at Hollywood ceremony

[2013-11-02 06:39]

Chinese film director Feng Xiaogang left his handprint in cement outside the TCL Chinese Theater on Friday as groups of Chinese onlookers snapped photos of entertainment stars' names on the Avenue of Stars.

Baidu's Qunar travel site makes strong public opening

[2013-11-02 06:35]

Qunar Cayman Islands Ltd, the travel website of Chinese Internet giant Baidu Inc, traded almost double its initial share value today on its opening day, raising $167 million.

TSA agent killed, six hurt in Los Angeles airport shooting

[2013-11-02 03:08]

A gunman opened fire with an assault rifle in a terminal of Los Angeles Intl airport on Friday, killing a Transportation Security Agent and injuring at least 6 other people before he was shot and captured.

Li makes plea on reform

[2013-11-02 00:30]

Premier Li Keqiang urged local authorities on Friday to follow the central government's lead in reforming government functions — to allow the market to have a bigger say, and provide a better service for the public.

From the fake to the fabulous

[2013-11-01 23:24]

The Chinese obsession with reproducing elements of the existing world can lead to a flight of imagination or to a self-imposed cocoon of shoddy cloning.

Medical workers feel the pain

[2013-11-01 22:51]

A survey said about 74.2 percent of medical workers in Shanghai suffer from burnout, according to Labor Daily, a newspaper published by the Shanghai Labor Union.

Flooding sweeps Texas, killing 2

[2013-11-01 15:12]

A strong storm battered central and southeast Texas Thursday, killing at least two people and causing high water, flash floods, and power outages across the US state.

Halloween celebrations around the world

[2013-11-01 12:57]

A combination of six pictures shows couples dressed in costumes during a Halloween party in Munich October 31, 2013.

New road links remote Tibet county to rest of the country

[2013-11-01 07:03]

A highway that officially opened on Thursday links Medog county in the Tibet autonomous region to the rest of the country, ending the county's status as the only one in China inaccessible by road.

Tan Dun premieres new work with Philadelphia Orchestra

[2013-11-01 04:30]

It may be called "micro," but there's nothing small about the Philadelphia Orchestra's undertaking of a three-day music festival this weekend.

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