• Immigration ruling affects 70,000 Chinese

    Last week's tie vote at the Supreme Court on immigration effectively ended President Barack Obama's efforts to selectively protect some undocumented immigrants from being forced out of the country, and affects approximately 70,000 Chinese immigrants in the US, observers said.

  • US to get China garden — at last

    The National China Garden Project dates back to when Madam Jiang Zehui of the Chinese Academy of Forestry and leading members of China’s State Forestry Administration first proposed putting a traditional Chinese garden at the US National Arboretum.

  • NY student wins Arctic-study scholarship

    Angela Zeng of Brooklyn is the first Chinese American from New York to win a scholarship to the Students on Ice Arctic Expedition.

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.


  • ECOVACS to introduce new maid robots for US

    ECOVACS plans to introduce seven new home cleaning robots in the US in 2016: five clean bare-floors and carpets, and two wipe glass doors and clean windows while the owner enjoys a coffee with a newspaper in hand, practices a yoga pose or takes a nap.

  • Entrepreneurs in China seen prospering as economy shifts

    China's dynamic development is fostering strong entrepreneurship in the country as it undergoes the transition from a manufacturing-based to a consumption-driven economy, said a panel of Chinese business leaders.

  • Chinese pharma giant invests in NJ startup

    Chinese investors just made a foray in the US biotechnology sector, as a major pharmaceutical company and a partner have committed $100 million to a startup near Princeton, New Jersey.

  • “Bad boy” jewelry brand debuts in Shanghai

    While his King Baby brand already has two flagship stores in Beijing, Binder said that it was only natural that he opened his latest boutique in Shanghai.


  • Case Study of Out-of-Control Transnational Adjudicative Body

    However, when a party to a multilateral treaty seeks to exploit perceived ambiguities to gain exclusive benefits beyond the intended scope of the underlying treaty, it is risking the legal and moral foundations on which multilateral treaties are based.

  • 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.