Politics

  • Tibet delegation meets Pelosi on Hill

    A delegation of government leaders from China's Tibet autonomous region told US congressional leaders and China experts that Tibet welcomes exchanges and stands ready to deepen the understanding between China and the United States.

  • Resume Six-Party Talks: experts advise

    "Provocative actions by any side could serve as the last straw that breaks the camel's back," said Su Ge, president of the China Institute of International Studies

  • Ex-admiral backs China for drill

    A retired US Navy admiral who also had commanded the US Pacific Command believes China's participation in the Rim of the Pacific Exercise (RIMPAC) is a positive development.

Life

  • Peking Opera appreciated in DC

    Given Washington’s cultural web of museums, art galleries and sold out concerts, some longtime residents might think they’ve seen it all. But one lesser-known art form has emerged that Western audiences in particular are widely unacquainted with — Peking Opera.

  • American pop culture bridges Sino-US gap

    The name isn't Clark Kent. It's Kenan Kong, and in July DC Comics will introduce the 17-year-old from Shanghai as its Chinese Superman.

  • Envoy captures images of New York

    On weekdays, dressed in a suit and tie, Deputy Consul General Zhong Ruiming does what he can to promote US-China relations from the Chinese consulate in Manhattan overlooking the Hudson River.

Anti-graft campaign targets poverty relief

The anti-corruption campaign will include a new target this year cracking down on the misuse and embezzlement of poverty relief funds.

Cherry blossom signal arrival of spring

Cherry blossom bring on spring

In pictures: Destroying fake and shoddy products

China has made great efforts to crack down on counterfeit and shoddy products in recent years. Now, let's look at some of the impressive, and sometimes spectacular, scenes showing the destruction of fake and shoddy products.

Time for China, U.S. to build inclusive world order

People often ask what China wants from the world, what it brings to the world, and whether it will challenge the U.S.-dominated world order. For a country that was issuing food coupons as late as 1993, it is too early for such questions.

China and US working closely on every major issue: Envoy

This cooperation is not only out of good will, but also out of fundamental interests of both countries, says China's ambassador to the US.

Envoy hails New York resolutions

The Chinese Consul General in New York said that although business-to-business and government-to-government relations are critical, the core and foundation of sound bilateral China-US relations is the people-to-people connection.

Business

  • LeEco has new HQ in San Jose

    LeEco, previously known as Letv, opened its new North American headquarters in San Jose, California, on Thursday with the objective of tapping into Silicon Valley's talent and innovation.

  • HNA acquires US-based Radisson hotels

    In the latest Chinese investment in overseas hotel properties and in an apparent attempt to tap into China's growing global tourism market, HNA Group is acquiring the Minnesota-based Carlson Hotel Group, one of the largest in the world.

  • Metals brokerage nets $101m in Nasdaq IPO

    Yintech Investment Holdings Ltd believes that Chinese investors are ready to diversify and invest in gold, silver and other metal commodities. The Shanghai-based online brokerage is now an American-listed company after its initial public offering on the Nasdaq Stock Market on Wednesday.

  • Texas nurtures investment links to China

    US and Chinese business leaders on Wednesday announced the first US China Innovation and Investment Summit will take place May 16-18 in Houston.

Opinion

  • One Belt, One Road raise hopes

    The One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative can play a role on a variety of fronts, from creating diplomatic ties to fighting terrorism in the Middle East and providing opportunities for China-US cooperation, experts said.

  • Experts hopeful on Xi-Obama talks

    Experts hope that next week's bilateral meeting between President Xi Jinping and US President Barack Obama will help ease tensions over the South China Sea, a key area of contention between the two countries over the past few years.