Fifteen years after establishing its hip, W Hotels Worldwide officially arrived on the Chinese mainland with Sunday's opening of the W Hotel in Guangzhou.
When restaurateur and Vice-TV host Eddie Huang was doing stand-up comedy as "Magic Dong Huang," his favorite set was called "Rotten Banana."
Jadestone's sales exhibit - "From Curiosity to Devotion" - included Chinese art and artifacts, ranging from religious Buddhist statuettes to secular snuff bottles and hand-carved jade objects.
International games and apps developers are eyeing China, hoping to get a piece of the pie from the second largest games and apps market in the world.
After rights to the franchise of Emmy-nominated musical/reality phenomenon American Idol were sold to more than 100 countries, the Chinese version began recruiting talented singers in China and the United States.
For painter Li Hongtao, whose work is on display this week at the United Nations, creativity is mainly about avoiding repetition.
General Motors Co is aiming high in China's auto market - high-end, that is.
Economic development and a large population of Chinese speakers continue to attract immigrants from China to Flushing, in the New York City borough of Queens, to live, work and invest.
American farmers now grow a wide variety of produce native to China and other parts of Asia, and first-generation immigrants like Lin aren't the only consumers.
Any child with access to the Internet will soon be able to download a slew of popular Chinese fairy tales and cartoons translated into English.
Sotheby's is hosting its first public exhibition of Asian art with fixed sale prices at its New York headquarters, and more than half the 45 contemporary water-ink paintings by 14 Chinese artists have sold.
The market share for Microsoft Corp's Bing search engine in China has sunk to a critically low level.