Chinese-American painter Ken Woo, a 37-year-old art teacher at Berkeley College in New York who was commissioned to paint Pope John Paul II's coronation portrait, will have his work previewed on June 23-27 at New York University's Catholic Center.
A group of about 7,000 people from China visited southern California in late May, their one-week stay in the US setting a record not only because of the unprecedented number of individuals in a single group, but also because of the economic benefit - $85 million - it generated for the city of Anaheim, Orange County and beyond.
The Village, a work bChina Daily USAy Taiwan's famous playwright and director Stan Lai, is coming to stages in the US with performances scheduled for the Houston, Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco areas from June 28 to July 20.
A team of Chinese graduate students studying in the United States will bike across the country for a charity campaign known as DanXingDao, or One Way, to raise funds to provide lunches for hungry children living in under-developed areas of China.
Many US universities see a close China relationship as a way to attract top faculty members, students and resources. But that approach in a crowded market is challenging and involves risks, MICHAEL BARRIS reports from New York.
Organizers of the 2014 Huading Awards announced at a press conference on Thursday in San Gabriel in California that China's Huading Awards, a voter-based "Chinese Oscar" awards for top Chinese talent in entertainment, will be held for the first time in Hollywood on Sunday June 1 at the Ricardo Montalban Theater.
At the Asian Heritage Gala hosted by the Asian Pacific American Heritage Association earlier this month, Houston sculptor Willy Wang was honored with the distinguished Outstanding Achievement Award for his artistic creations, as well as his years of service to the community by providing free art lessons to people of all ages and ethnicities.