Artist searches for former nanny in Shanghai

2012-10-12 07:49:16

Peter Max, who left China 60 years ago, has returned to Shanghai for the first time, and his greatest wish is to find his nanny.

Pianist delivers universal message

2012-10-11 10:54:18

In recent years, Chinese pianist Lang Lang has risen to fame in both China and the West, playing with top American orchestras.

Huawei, ZTE hit back at 'biased' US market report

2012-10-11 09:35:50

The US congressional report against Huawei and ZTE is based on rumors and aimed at impeding competition from China, according to the companies.

Groundless report threatens US jobs

2012-10-10 19:42:38

The accusations by a US House committee against Huawei put tens of thousands of jobs in jeopardy and are likely to cause huge damage to its economy.

China opposes US report on telecom firms

2012-10-10 09:24:24

China "strongly opposes" a report that alleged Chinese telecom companies Huawei Technologies and ZTE posed national security threats in the US.

Telecom giants hit back at allegations

2012-10-09 01:39:22

Two telecom giants rejected as "baseless" the findings of a US congressional investigation that accused them of posing a national security risk.
US accusations politicized Protectionism behind groundless US accusation

China, US reach audit deal

2012-10-08 19:40:35

China has reached an agreement with the US authorities, allowing the latter to observe official auditor inspections in China, Securities Times reported.

Anti-China election talk may harm ties

2012-10-07 08:31:57

Harsh campaign rhetoric about China from both US presidential candidates is a big foreign policy mistake that will hurt bilateral ties.

Intel to invest in 2 Chinese tech firms

2012-10-06 05:08:17

Two Chinese companies are among 10 investments totaling $40 million that US-based Intel Corp plans to make around the world, the chip maker announced.

Student troupes team up for Midsummer's magic

2012-10-05 11:53:41

After a four-day run at the University of Maryland, a culture-bridging, bilingual co-production of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream will be staged this month at Beijing's National Academy of Chinese Theatre Arts.

Governor touts trade possibilities

2012-10-05 11:53:41

Government and business leaders in Michigan have been taking note of opportunities afforded by China's rapid development and relatively strong economy.

Toledo unfazed by China-bashing

2012-10-05 11:53:41

President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney last week blasted China's trade practices and accused each other of capitulating to Beijing.