Members of the China Central Chinese Orchestra perform during a Spring Festival celebration concert in Pasadena, Los Angeles, the United States, Feb 4, 2013.
Divination in China is almost as old as the history of the Middle Kingdom, but having the future told by foreign psychics is a new slant.
Chinese are becoming aware of the moral limits of market forces, says Harvard academic.
Lenovo has relied on innovation and careful brand management to become a world leader in PC production while expanding into tablets, smartphones and new markets.
Zhong's latest venture, Solar Planet, is the first of its kind in Palo Alto, California, but the 46-year-old businesswoman has bigger dreams - a nationwide network of solar-power emporiums that would be franchised.
Sinochem will buy a 40 percent stake in the 207,000 acres Wolfcamp oil-gas field owned by an American oil and gas company.
How difficult is it to sing opera in Mandarin?
A city in the US hopes to benefit from increasing urbanization in China to improve its own development in a more healthy and environmentally friendly way.
Authorities with Wanxiang, a Chinese auto parts maker, on Tuesday confirmed that they had won approval from the US government to proceed with its bid to purchase a bankrupt electric car battery maker.
Hainan Airlines on Monday announced that it will begin a nonstop service between Chicago's O'Hare International Airport and Beijing in early September.
The US International Trade Commission launched two investigations on Jan 25 into portable electronic devices from Chinese and US makers.
Photographer Rian Dundon's new coffee-table book about Changsha takes a peek behind the scenes of the country's secondary city.