Engineer Scott Ensminger brings a piece of traditional American food culture to Chinese capital.
As the blare from speakers rises to a crescendo, the six Chinese dancers twist and turn, stomping their feet and flourishing their arms.
More than 100,000 Chinese orphans or children with disabilities have been adopted by families from overseas, according to China's Center for Children’s Welfare and Adoption.
Claire Fox believes debates about China in the West are often introspective and offer no insights into the new rising economic superpower.
As the temperature rises, so do the number of people whiling away the hours outside pubs, throwing back cold ones. This is what Chandler Jurinka calls "session drinking".
At an early evening session on the first day of the annual four-day Asia Yoga Conference in Hong Kong, Scott Blossom is doing a little dance.
Some 130 American families with 200 adopted Chinese children are scheduled to spend three days in Beijing.
After three decades working in the US animation industry, Becky Bristow could choose to retire. Instead, she came to China to teach.
Keith Wilson, curator of ancient Chinese art at the Smithsonian Institution's Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, opens the 17th annual Made in Hong Kong Film Festival on June 27 in Washington.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon accepts a souvenir from Thomas Woo, honorary president of the Food and Beverage Industry Association of Hong Kong, during a June 25 luncheon at UN headquarters in New York.
Jack Jia, founder of personalization-software company Baynote, speaks at a June 21 panel discussion with guests from the San Francisco Bay Area and Beijing's Zhongguancun Science Park.
Chinese soprano Ruhan Jia is joined by Rich Bengloff, president of the American Association of Independent Music, at a June 21 event featured in the organization's A2IM Indie Week in New York, where the singer performed.