China accuses US of auto dumping

2011-04-04 07:56:27

China has accused automakers in the United States of dumping sedans and sports utility vehicles with engines larger than 2.5 liters into the country.

Chinese students in US - 150 years ago

2011-04-01 11:27:49

Leibovitz, who now teaches science communication at NY University, could not believe that the Chinese were studying in Yale as early as the 19th century.

Asian studies exhibition alive and well

2011-04-01 11:27:49

Peter Leimbigler, a Canadian Chinese and a language linguist, showed off his unique software known as "KEY" at the annual conference of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) that works intuitively for Chinese language learners.

US educators praise e-governance in China

2011-04-01 11:27:49

Public expression and interaction with the government regarding public policy has increased in recent years, experts said

Atop the new syllabus: Asia

2011-03-31 10:39:29

The breadth of Asian studies in the United States is continuing to expand...

Is China forging a modern Eastern self?

2011-03-31 10:39:29

For more than a century, the world has defined modernity as quintessentially Western.

Group: US exports to China soar

2011-03-31 10:39:29

United States exports to China grew by 32 percent last year, according to a group that represents American companies doing business with the second largest economy in the world.

US set to impose duties on aluminum

2011-03-31 07:53:44

The US Commerce Department said it will move ahead to impose anti-dumping and subsidy duties on aluminum products imported from China, a move which is likely to hurt Chinese exports to the United States.

Joseph Nye: Don't magnify China's power

2011-03-31 07:39:26

Prominent US political analyst Joseph Nye has warned against exaggerating China's power, despite some observers in the United States interpreting China's growing clout as a threat to US influence in East Asia.

US expert sees new business opportunities in China

2011-03-30 11:07:23

The rising of a new middle class in China is a trend which will continue and that has brought new opportunities for American business, says a US expert on China Tuesday.

Construction of NYU Shanghai campus starts

2011-03-29 07:53:30

The NYU Shanghai project, China's first international university co-established with a US higher-learning institute, started to break ground on Monday.

A win-win situation for China and the US

2011-03-25 10:50:09

Recently Gary Locke, the United States commerce secretary, was nominated as the next ambassador to China.