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Updated: 2014-04-30 11:16

(China Daily USA)

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Cambridge, MA: Ambassador speaks

Cui Tiankai (left), Chinese ambassador to the US, and Nicholas Burns, a professor at Harvard Kennedy School of Government and former US permanent representative to NATO, pose for a photo after Cui's speech on China's policy toward the Asia-Pacific region at the school on April 25. Wang Hao / For China Daily

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New York: Step forward

Participants celebrate world tai chi day in New York City's Bryant Park. This April 26 demonstration was presented by the Tai Chi Chuan Center in New York. Bryant Park will be hosting tai chi demonstrations every Tuesday and Thursday morning from 7:30 to 8:30 through August. Eliana Kirshenblat / China Daily

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New York: A better place

Just in time for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in May and in honor of Earth Day, an inter-generational team of hundreds of Chinatown youth and community leaders volunteered to help make the historic neighborhood a better place to live, work and visit. This appreciation ceremony took place at Kimlau Square as volunteers and neighborhood residents were asked to show why they love Chinatown. Eliana Kirshenblat / China Daily

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New York: Deal the cards

Huawei Technologies Co's chief US representative Charles Ding (right) accepts audience members' business cards following his speech at Columbia University's annual China business conference on Friday. Ding outlined the telecommunications supplier's global growth plan, without mentioning a recent US Congressional report that called the company a national security risk. Michael Barris / China Daily

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California: Mentor matters

Guotong Yan, CEO of Green Soft corpoeration, 1983 Tsinghua graduate, shares his views on job hunting in the US at the MAP (Mentoring Alumni Program) kick-off conference on April 27 in California. Tsinghua University Alumni Association launched MAP to promote career development for all alumni by connecting job seekers and industry leaders. There are two Tsinghua universities, one in the Chinese mainland and the other in Taiwan. Cindy Liu / China Daily

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New York: Dancing grace

The Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company celebrated its 25th anniversary season on April 26 in New York with a world premiere and repertory works all performed to live music by Chen's frequent collaborators over the last 15 years. The dancers were joined by eminent musicians and performers including Joan La Barbara, the Ahn Trio, Glen Velez and the Prism Saxophone Quartet. In this photo, dancers perform Incense. Eliana Kirshenblat / China Daily

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New York: Think about ink

Wei Jia (left), a painter with a penchant for works involving elements of Chinese calligraphy, chats with art historian Robert C. Morgan at an event presented by the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) on April 27 in New York. The day long symposium on the trajectory of Chinese ink art featured artists, scholars, curators, writers and experts taking part in panel discussions and tours of the museum's galleries. Jack Freifelder / China Daily

(China Daily USA 04/30/2014 page7)