After a 13-hour flight from Shanghai, Aileen Zhang is fatigued but eager to begin her first trip abroad.
Chinese audiences will soon receive their own Stan Lee-created Chinese superhero, with a US-Chinese co-production announced earlier this summer.
A popular card game from China is in this fall's course catalog at the University of California, Berkeley.
A program gives Chinese youths from low-income families a chance to study in the US.
Mark Bradley Kitay, 20, is one of 10 US students taking part in the 2012 Looking Beijing — Chinese and American Youth Summer Digital Video Project.
Performers promote safe-sex practices at the 2012 International AIDS Conference in Washington.
Chaiyong Satjipanon, Thailand's ambassador to the US, talks with Chen Xiongfeng, China's consul general in Washington, on stage during the opening ceremony of the ninth Asian Festival in Fairfax, Virginia, on July 21.
Charles Mason, executive director of the Pacific Asia Museum speaks at a meeting of its Chinese Arts Council on July 25 about the institution's Chinese art collection and plans for renovating the Chinese Gallery.
Jennifer Turner, chairwoman of the China Environment Forum at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, reacts to an audience member's question during a July 24 panel discussion, The Thirsty King: Digging into the Water Footprint of China's Coal.
Zhang Boya, 13, a junior middle school student in Beijing, was chosen as the first Chinese delegate to the US in May to undertake scientific projects.
When Sichuan Opera singer Shen Tiemei was in Charleston, South Carolina, two months ago performing in Feng Yi Ting, the production was so popular that passersby recognized her offstage.
Liu Wen have become China's most recognized presence on the catwalks of Paris, Milan and New York.