"The world is changing," Cui sang that night, in another song. "It only longs to never change."
Former US treasury secretary Henry Paulson says his time with Chinese children is happier than when he held his government post.
Soon after starting his job as the New York Times' Shanghai bureau chief in 2003, Howard French enrolled in an intensive-Mandarin course.
The benevolent act of donating human eggs for in vitro fertilization can also mean large sums of money for attractive young Chinese women with math or law degrees in the United States.
Cartoonist's bond trumps nationality, language and ideology says Pulitzer Prize winner Joel Pett.
If Brad Fried liked milk, there's no telling where his younger brother Robbie would be today.
Students and faculty at the University of California, Davis heard a tale about a town in China with links to a now-deceased professor and the new Chinese leadership.
A day after she was honored at the White House and hugged by first lady Michelle Obama, 13-year-old Wu Lianyun was en route to Dimen.
Seeking to extend 'soft power' and enliven its culture industry, China has collaborated with the esteemed Nederlander Organization in staging shows and training arts professionals.
Now a New Yorker, Chinese pianist Wang Yuja enjoys making an annual encore in her hometown.
More than 160 years ago a young man paved the way for Chinese studying abroad.
Chris Boehner is taking on the murky world of Chinese student applications to US schools, which are often heavily edited by professional agencies.