Daniel Yergin, Pulitzer Prize-winning author and acclaimed economic researcher, said China's ascent has profoundly changed the global energy landscape while discussing his most recent book, The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World, on May 21 in Washington.
Molly Bodurtha tried hard to persuade her parents and her home school to allow her to stay longer in China.
Two men suspected in the killings of two Chinese students were charged Tuesday with capital murder.
Asian-American playwright David Henry Hwang talks to reporters at the Foreign Press Center in New York on May 17.
Leadership scholarships instituted by the Committee of 100 (C-100), were given away to 39 graduates from 22 top universities across China on May 15.
The exhibition Chinese Style will show more than 50 contemporary works from artists of China's National Academy of Painting.
Members of Southern California's Chinese community demonstrated on May 11 in front of the Philippine Consulate in Los Angeles.
The traditional folk art of brick carving from China's Jin Dynasty (1115-1234) is being shown for the first time in New York through June 17.
Johnie Floater, an executive with Internet radio broadcaster Live365 Inc, addresses Hong Kong media professionals visiting San Francisco on the first stop of their US study tour on May 13.
Dave Heineman, governor of Nebraska in the United States, opened his communication channel with 300 million Chinese users.
International piano superstar Lang Lang received an honorary doctorate from the Manhattan School of Music on May 11.
A US national has been prosecuted in Inner Mongolia autonomous region for injuring a pedestrian while driving under the influence of alcohol.