Politics

  • China refutes US hacking charges

    China says hacking charges in a US Senate report were groundless, and urged the US side to stop such "irresponsible assaults and accusations".

  • Chinese naval chief debuts at Seapower forum

    China is for the first time attending the International Seapower Symposium (ISS), a biennial gathering of the world's chiefs of navies held at the US Naval War College since 1969.

  • New thinking in China's diplomacy

    For decades, China's diplomacy has been shaped by a mindset that include keeping a low profile, nonalignment, laying an incomparable emphasis on the relationship with the United States.

People

  • Art exhibition unveiled at Chinese embassy in NY

    Cong Zhiyuan (left), professor and director of the Center for Chinese Art at William Paterson University, with Zhang Jian, director of the Liu Haisu Art Museum, at the Chinese embassy for the unveiling of the "Exhibition of the Best Watercolor Painting from Shanghai Liu Haisu Art Museum In Celebration of 65th Anniversary of the People's Republic of China".

  • Beijing center hosts art exhibition inspired by LA

    The Los Angeles Project, featuring the artwork of seven artists from the California city, is on display at an exhibit at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (UCCA) in Beijing.

  • Young pianist joins an elite roster

    Chinese classical pianist Tian Jiaxin, 28, has added a new feather to her cap in a career that has the music world predicting ever greater things.

Alibaba - Journey of the tech giant

Alibaba and selling shareholders will now raise almost $22 billion at the top of the new IPO range. Alibaba remains on track to set an IPO record.

Top 10 cheapest new energy cars promoted in China

11th China-ASEAN Expo

Chinese shoppers fuel US retail sales online, on tour

The United States is the top overseas destination for Chinese shoppers and the first choice for a growing number of online shoppers who buy goods through the websites of foreign retailers, a report said on Thursday.

Poy helps shape a country with leadership

Since Dr Vivienne Poy retired from the Senate of Canada two years ago, she has kept herself busy. Her recent projects included support for the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, and completing a new book on her husband's family.

Young pianist joins an elite roster

Chinese classical pianist Tian Jiaxin, 28, has added a new feather to her cap in a career that has the music world predicting ever greater things.

Business

  • Chinese shoppers fuel US retail sales online, on tour

    The United States is the top overseas destination for Chinese shoppers and the first choice for a growing number of online shoppers who buy goods through the websites of foreign retailers, a report said on Thursday.

  • American Express, China Mobile E-Commerce to offer mobile payment service

    American Express has teamed up with China Mobile E-Commerce to develop a mobile payment service that will allows Chinese tourists to shop overseas with their mobile phone as the US travel and financial service giant seeks to expand its brand and claim a share of the boom in high-end travel from China.

  • Chinese companies in US urged to learn the employment laws

    As more Chinese companies set up business in the United States, they need to know how to navigate the country's employment laws, which may differ greatly from China's.

  • Multilingual services bills on Brown's desk

    Passed by the California State Legislature, two bills that were authored by Phil Ting, California assembly member, would require government agencies and healthcare providers to provide multilingual services for limited English speakers.

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