The opening of Confucius Institutes this week in New York and Washington brings a key part of China's "soft power" initiative to the United States.
A compost of wood chips from poplar trees developed by Cornell University scientists may be part of a solution to huge soil-erosion problems in northwest China.
Dong Jie says if he doesn't get one he will return to China. Vivian Li says if she fails to get one she will marry her fianc to stay in the United States.
Earlier this week, Robert Downey Jr arrived in Beijing to promote Iron Man 3 following the announcement that the film's next installment would include extra scenes for Chinese audiences.
The success of the shale gas "revolution" in the United States can be copied in other countries, including China, but the difficulties will determine how soon that can be achieved.
New York's Museum of Chinese in America hosted activities on Saturday to acknowledge the traditional Chinese holiday and celebrate the arrival of spring.
The National Chinese Language Conference, which began on Sunday in Boston, has drawn more participants in this, its sixth year.
Rhode Island's Bryant University has been cultivating a relationship with China for 15 years through study-abroad and exchange programs.
California Governor Jerry Brown said on Saturday he was aiming for a big win as he sets off for China to pitch the Golden state's wine, produce and technology and open a trade office in Shanghai.
Yang Jiechi, a member of China's State Council, said in a phone conversation with US Secretary of State John Kerry that the two countries should work toward establishing a new kind of big-power relationship.
California Governor Jerry Brown will lead a trade and investment delegation of 75 members on a one-week visit to China beginning next Wednesday.
With more and more students learning the Chinese language in the US, the 6th annual National Chinese Language Conference kicks off in Boston on Sunday.