Paul Cheng, the well-known Hong Kong politician and businessman, believes China has become a convenient punching bag for the West.
Hong Yinxing, chancellor and professor of economics with Nanjing University, signs a campus-wide exchange agreement with Professor Robert Birgeneau, also chancellor of UC Berkeley on April 5.
The pudgy penguin, the icon of Tencent Holdings Ltd, might join "hands" with Donald Duck in a bid to tap into China's animation industry.
China's first Sino-US higher education institute will start to admit undergraduate students in 2013.
Starbucks Corp expects China to become its second-biggest retail market measured by the number of its stores by 2014, after the US.
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The world's top soft drink producer Coca-Cola will expand its production scale over the next 10 years in China.
A Chinese court blocked a request to liquidate the financially ailing Proview Technology (Shenzhen).
Less than 3 percent of US NGOs operating in China have registered with the civil affairs authorities.
Dominic Ng, chairman and CEO of East West Bank, receives the Business Hall of Fame Award on March 29.
A large quantity of porn content found in Apple's online App Store, with some parents calling for strengthened requirements for mobile applications.
"International trade is incredibly important to the state of Washington, and China is now our top market for exports," said Washington Lieutenant Governor.