Politics

  • Kerry bids to boost ties with Beijing

    Top US diplomat John Kerry has attempted to calm Sino-US ties ahead of a November visit to China by President Barack Obama.

  • Kerry says Asia pivot is still on

    US Secretary of State John Kerry, who has been embroiled by the recent escalating violence in the Middle East, tried hard on Wednesday to reassure that the United States is still committed to its rebalance to Asia policy first launched by President Barack Obama in 2009.

  • Chinese warships visit US navy base after joint drill

    A Chinese flotilla arrived at San Diego naval base in the US on Sunday for a five-day visit after taking part in the world's largest maritime military drill.

People

  • Life story honored at Carnegie Library

    Visitors view the exhibition of the late Chinese marshal Ye Jianying's life story at Carnegie Library in Washington on Thursday.

  • US police uses Weibo to reach Chinese

    The police department of Alhambra, Southern California, is using China's Twitter-like micro blogging site, as an outreach tool for its Chinese residents.

  • Chinese, US attitudes on dementia vary

    People in China are the most willing group to pay out of pocket to learn early on if they have a dementia-related illness, such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson's disease, according to recently published data from a worldwide study on neurological disorders.

Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games

Leading leaden lives

Cheng Xiaomin is 20, but she is only a bit taller than an average 8-year-old.

Former security chief under probe

Who's causing California's real estate bubble?

According to a report based on the S&P Case-Shiller Index, San Francisco home prices soared 23.1 percent on an annual basis, leading to speculation of a housing bubble among Chinese buyers who want to purchase a home in the San Francisco area.

Chinese, US attitudes on dementia vary

People in China are the most willing group to pay out of pocket to learn early on if they have a dementia-related illness, such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson's disease, according to recently published data from a worldwide study on neurological disorders.

US pork industry feels effects of China's ban on some imports

China's decision to bar the import of pork products from a dozen US facilities is "certainly a shock to the market", according to one analyst.

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