Where Chinese legal eagles dare to soar

2012-03-16 07:30:37

As Chinese investors expand their foothold in the US, a number of law firms based in China are sprouting up in the US.

Flame fame set to engulf China

2012-03-16 07:30:37

An American icon of the outdoor lifestyle is looking to become China's latest fashion darling.

Wen urges co-op to address Sino-US trade

2012-03-14 11:30:19

Cooperation is the way to address trade imbalance between China and the United States.

US to work with China to settle disputes

2012-03-14 06:32:11

US prefers dialogue to settle trade disputes, Obama said, right after the US filed a complaint with WTO over China's rare earth export quotas.

US, China hold Asia-Pacific consultations

2012-03-13 10:45:51

The United States and China on Monday held the third round of Consultations on Asia-Pacific.

Panel analyzes women in China

2012-03-12 11:05:32

The topic of parenting inevitably rose to the forefront when Amy Chua joined four other speakers for a China panel at the Women in the World Conference in NY.

Shaq attacks post-NBA life

2012-03-12 11:04:10

Former star center was in China last week, just one more quick stop in his whirlwind life after basketball.

Tourism chiefs call for easier US visa application forms

2012-03-12 08:04:20

Local tourism experts say visitor numbers would grow if policy was more simplified.

CALBIO 2012 in San Francisco

2012-03-09 10:28:05

San Francisco mayor Ed Lee (left) receives an art work as a souvenir from Zhang Lei, visiting Party Secretary of Taizhou, Jiangsu Province on March 8.

CASPA introduces 2012 Spring symposium

2012-03-09 10:28:05

The symposium, Novel Human Interface Technologies for the Future, will be held on March 17. The scheduled speakers are famed experts in the area including Stanley Yang, Stanford University Professor Zhenan Bao , Dr. Bhowmik, director of Intel Corp, and Vernon Slack, director of Aopen Inc. CASPA, which has more than 4,000 members, is the largest semiconductor professional organization in North America.

Nixon's visit 'changed so many things'

2012-03-09 07:24:33

China's Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said the historic event affected the lives of ordinary people.

Jordan trademark infringement suit accepted

2012-03-08 15:08:10

Shanghai's second intermediate court announced Wednesday that it has accepted a lawsuit filed by US basketball legend Michael Jordan against a Chinese sportswear company for the unauthorized use of his name.