Chinese in Time's most influential list

2012-04-20 08:05:37

The list has 54 international names - the first time they outweighed the American contingent.

Memorial service held for slain students

2012-04-20 07:03:01

The memorial service in Los Angeles for Wu Ying and Qu Ming, who were fatally shot one week ago, was held on Wednesday evening.

US strategy boosts visas for Chinese

2012-04-20 06:59:18

US officials in China issued more than 453,000 visas in the current fiscal year's first half.

China, US need to improve trust and co-op

2012-04-20 06:38:14

China and the United States needed to further improve political and business cooperation, according to a new survey.

Memorial set for two slain Chinese students

2012-04-19 09:47:21

A memorial service for two Chinese students who were shot and killed last week is scheduled to take place on Wednesday.

US-China Capital Market Forum

2012-04-19 05:21:58

Xugang Yu, senior partner of Beijing-based law firm Dacheng, speaks at the US-China Capital Market Forum.

Bank of China marks centenary

2012-04-19 05:17:36

A group toasts Bank of China's 100th anniversary at a celebration Tuesday evening in New York’s Lincoln Center.

Robber's role investigated

2012-04-19 01:40:06

Los Angeles Police Department is investigating the role a suspect have played in the shooting death of two Chinese students.

US not to levy duties on steel wheels

2012-04-18 10:24:46

US not to impose antidumping duties or countervailing duties against imports of steel wheels from China.

Across America: International Roundtable for Future Cities

2012-04-18 05:51:47

Mitchell Silver, president of the American Planning Association, speaks at the International Youth Roundtable for Future Cities on April 14 in Los Angeles.

$75,000 offered over students' slaying

2012-04-18 05:29:33

The city of Los Angeles is offering 75,000 US dollars in reward for information over the killing of two Chinese graduate students.

China ups US debt holdings

2012-04-17 13:58:50

China's holdings of US Treasuries increased by 1.1 percent to $1.19 trillion in February, Bloomberg reported Tuesday.