After reducing the gap with Google in the US market, Microsoft's search engine Bing is beginning to look to China where it expects to gain traction by marketing.
With the changing nature of global trade, a new way to measure bilateral trade balances will see China's surplus with the United States reduced by half.
Starting Nov 1, travelers from Taiwan will be eligible to visit the United States without a visa, through an expanded waiver program.
Lenovo Group Ltd, the world's No 2 maker of PCs, said Tuesday that it will begin manufacturing computers in North Carolina next year.
China Team is gearing up for the second America's Cup World Series this week with the future of sailing in China in their hands and in the wind.
Citi Field, the home of baseball's New York Mets, gave fans a taste of Chinese culture before the Mets' September 26th game against the Pittsburgh Pirates, with dragon dancers and kung fu artists entertaining fans.
Barack Obama issued an order revoking a Chinese company's purchase of four wind farm projects in the US citing national security concern.
Founded in Hong Kong in 1933, Wing Lung Bank was the first Chinese bank to enter the US market with the opening of a Los Angeles branch in 1984.
Michigan may not strike most Chinese as a top travel destination in the US, but if Li Hairong and Tom Watkins get their way, the state will become a hotspot.
In an essay about Tibetan youth, featured in Chinese Characters: Profiles of Fast-Changing Lives in a Fast-Changing Land, a young man faces a deep crisis.
Recruitment of nearly 800 Chinese students by a small Roman Catholic university in San Francisco has prompted one of its administrators to resign.