• Professor accused of spying out on bond

    Zhang Hao, a professor at Tianjin University who had been detained in the US on accusations of economic espionage in May, has been released on a $500,000 bond, a press official from the university said on Thursday.

  • Pundits give summit tips to Xi, Obama

    Chinese and American pundits hope that the state visit to the United States by President Xi Jinping in September will be another major opportunity for the two nations to expand cooperation and manage key differences.

  • Xi visit to boost China-US ties: Cui

    The visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping to the United States in September will inject new momentum to the bilateral relationship, according to Chinese Ambassador to the US Cui Tiankai.


  • Yellow River to be played in NYC

    To celebrate the 45th anniversary of theYellow River Piano Concerto, one of the most popular Chinese piano compositions, the work is going to be performed in New York by one of its composers and world premiere pianist Yin Chengzong, accompanied by the Manhattan Symphonie.

  • NBA stars to slam dunk for charity

    A basketball game organized by Yao Ming and his charity foundation will take place at the Shanghai Oriental Sports Center on Aug 21 in support of the former NBA player’s project titled “Yao Foundation Hope Primary School Basketball Season”.

  • Chao family honored in Washington

    The International Leadership Foundation (ILF) conferred its highest honor, the inaugural Organizational Award, on Dr James Chao and the Ruth Mulan Chu Chao Foundation at ILF's 16th Annual Awards Gala on Thursday in Washington.

Seventh China-US strategic dialogue

Premier Li embarks on Latin America visit

What do we know about AIIB

The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is expected to be established by the end of this year.

China's target on greenhouse gas lauded by Kerry

US Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday praised China's announcement of its new greenhouse gas emissions targets ahead of the United Nations Climate Conference to be held in Paris in December.

Fewer Chinese seek US grad schools

The number of Chinese students applying to US graduate schools dropped by 2 percent in 2015, the third consecutive year of a decline in applications, according to the Council of Graduate Schools (CGS).

Pundits cheer China-US talks

The largest-scale annual meeting between China and the United States, which concluded Wednesday, has not only been praised by heads of the two countries' delegations but also by pundits on both sides.


  • Madame Chiang Kai-Shek's NY estate for sale

    In the past week, nearly 100 people of Chinese descent have telephoned Jason Friedman about a mansion on Long Island, New York, that recently was listed for sale.

  • American Rag Cie opens in China

    Though multi-brand boutiques have been sprouting up all over China throughout the past few years, the CEO of American Rag Cie China has boldly declared his company to be the “first mover” as the brand opened its flagship store in Shanghai in July.

  • US property market gets a boost from China

    Rising property prices in the United States have been attracting more Chinese buyers and this has in turn boosted demand for residences in gateway cities other than the usual hotspots such as New York.

  • Cheetah leaps to the top of tool table

    Fu Sheng, CEO of Cheetah Mobile, believes the New York-listed Internet software company's success in exploring overseas markets could serve as an inspiration for emerging Chinese mainland enterprises.


  • Good workers, clear vision vital for US SME success

    For small and medium-sized US companies that want to enter the Chinese market, or have already run a business in the country, finding the right people and staying abreast of market demands and dynamics are the two major factors behind their success.

  • Charity is changing

    The concept of having wealth and giving to charity in China is very different from what it is in the United States, according to a pair of high-profile international philanthropists.