Hisense Co Ltd, China's largest TV maker by market share, is looking to increase its overseas revenues over the next three years.
Saturday morning was chilly but sunny in Washington's tranquil Rock Creek Park, where few people would have associated a 5-kilometer race with China until several teenagers introduced themselves in Mandarin before assembled students, teachers and parents.
TCL, a major TV and mobile phone maker, has completed a 10-year deal with the owners of the Chinese Theater, the historic Hollywood landmark that now hosts weekly premieres.
With money "pouring" into its arts and culture scene, China stands poised to begin influencing other nations artistically.
Tesla Motors Inc raised eyebrows at the Detroit auto show in January by announcing it would open its first Chinese dealership, in Beijing, this spring.
When the playwright David Henry Hwang wrote Dance and the Railroad in 1980, defining and documenting the immigrant identity was for many Chinese Americans a task of serious importance.
A leading US industry group has signed its first Chinese partnership with Shangpin.com, a high-end online fashion retailer based in Beijing.
New York-listed shares of Chinese solar-panel maker Suntech Power fell 3.3 percent to $1.17 Wednesday, following a dramatic change in the company's management.
In 1935, the notorious Shanghai gangster Du Yuesheng ordered the composer and musician Li Jinhui to create the first all-Chinese jazz group, the Clear Wind Dance Band.
Inspired by China's most famous speed-dating show, "If You Are the One", a group of Chinese college students in Chicago are gearing up to put on their third consecutive version of the program for singles.
Is contemporary art for everyone? Is Chinese contemporary art for everyone?
It was an affair fit for celebrating an anniversary, or in this case, two: the 25th anniversary of the Hong Kong Association of New York, and the 30th anniversary of the Hong Kong Economic Trade Office, New York.