Politics

People

  • Teens swap visits on entrepreneurship

    One year ago, 20 students from China came to the United States to pair up with 20 counterparts in Connecticut to learn more about entrepreneurship and the global economy. Next week, the 20 Connecticut students will go to Shanghai to do the same thing.

  • From Harlem to Guangdong

    She grew up black in Harlem not knowing anything about her ancestors or her family history, except one thing - she had Chinese blood in her veins.

  • Prodigy, 11, wows chess world

    The biggest things on a preteen's mind normally revolve around family, friends and school. Life for Awonder Liang, an 11-year-old from Madison, Wisconsin, is no different. Except that he is the youngest National Master in the 75-year history of the United States Chess Federation (USCF).

Xi attends BRICS summit

China helps fight international war on drugs

Crackdown on terrorist attacks

While China is knitting an anti-terrorist security network, the nation still needs to prepare its people to fight the war on terror, thereby mobilizing its most powerful weapon.

Multinational bribery cases on the rise

Because State-owned companies often need to purchase equipment and parts from foreign firms, some companies offer huge bribes to promote products.

China's drill targets no nation

China rejected any suggestion that its ongoing military exercises off its eastern seaboard is meant to be a message to any country.

Pleas for help on murder case

Crime Stoppers of Houston is offering up to $70,000 for information leading to the arrest of the suspect or suspects responsible for the murder of a Chinese family in Texas.

Business

  • New York state seeks Chinese tourists

    New York State wants more Chinese tourists to say — or sing — “I Love New York’’ as it seeks to tap into the more than $102 billion global Chinese tourism market.

  • Alibaba reportedly to fund Snapchat

    China's e-commerce giant Alibaba Group is reportedly in talks to provide funding to US messaging company Snapchat, further adding to the Hangzhou-based company's string of investments in American companies leading up to its US IPO debut.

  • Microsoft probed for monopoly

    The Chinese antitrust regulator confirmed on Tuesday that it is launching an anti-monopoly investigating concerning Microsoft Corp's Windows operating system and Office business software.

  • High rent pressures NYC Asian eateries

    Mei Chou closed her first New York City restaurant in 2008 because of it. Now she is facing the same issue again with her two-year-old Chinatown bistro - skyrocketing rent.

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