When it comes to China-US relations, Charles Foster, co-chairman at the Houston, Texas, law firm Foster Quan, LLP, has been a witness and an active participant in some of the significant historical events involving the two countries.
Chinese books and authors will be featured as the guest of honor at the world's largest book fair — the Global Market Forum of 2015 BookExpo America in New York.
'Honey, come here," he whispers.
The recent deaths of three pedestrians near a reconstruction zone in the Bellaire section of Houston's Chinatown — two of them by hit-and-run drivers — were the main topic of discussion at a meeting of members of the Asian Community and the Houston police.
A very rare Chinese archaic bronze owl-headed ritual wine vessel dating to the eastern Zhou Dynasty (771-221 BC), will be auctioned at Sotheby's on March 18.
His Chinese colleague at Stanford University has prepared half-a-century-old Maotai, known as China's national liquor to celebrate his possible Nobel Prize nomination "any time."
Employees at Oregon-based CollegeNET now have the opportunity to learn more about China by learning Chinese at the Confucius Institute at Portland State University (CIPSU).
At age 38, Cui already has close to 40 high-tech patents and some of his inventions have been widely recognized for their breakthroughs in scientific research.
Take an ancient, charming art, add an innovative way of presenting it to the public, and what do you get? The Peking Acrobats.
Since 1993, when her "East Meets West" collection at New York's Fashion Week landed her the cover of Women's Wear Daily, Vivienne Tam has explored links between Chinese and Western aesthetics.
As the tension between China and Japan deepens, US soldiers who fought in the World War II who were members of the Flying Tigers, shared their stories and called for respect for history and peace.
Asian Americans' apathy toward politics has always concerned some Asian American leaders, and Meng is no exception.