• Xi's US visit will have big impact

    President Xi Jinping's visit to the United States next month is expected to be a milestone in building a new type of major country relationship, said Su Ge, president of the China Institute of International Studies.

  • China, US stay focused on goals: Cui

    China and the United States should foster good habits of cooperation, Chinese Ambassador to the US Cui Tiankai wrote on Wednesday, less than a month before Chinese President Xi Jinping is scheduled to pay a state visit to the US.

  • Toronto, New York honor Tianjin's loss

    Toronto observed a moment of mourning for victims of the Tianjin explosion, where the Tianjin Association of Canada (TAC) hosted a fundraising event for the victims on Aug 21.


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.

Chinese seniors sow bit of home

After her husband took her grandson to school, Zhang Zaixian, 63, pushed a converted baby stroller to a garden steps away from her apartment on the northern edge of Yale University.

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).



  • 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.