Chen Weihua|Washington Journal
The United States has been waging wars all over the world trying to deny safe haven to extreme terrorists. But to many Chinese, the US itself has long been a safe haven for a large group of bad guys — corrupt Chinese officials on the run.
The biggest news from the shirt-sleeves summit between Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Barack Obama in the Annenberg retreat at Sunnylands in Rancho Mirage, California, in June 2013 was a consensus to build a new type of major country relationship.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is much less known than the company's legendary founder Steve Jobs, but he was in the spotlight in China in the last few days when he wrote a piece in the Bloomberg Businessweek on Oct 30 publicly announcing his homosexuality.
In the past years as China Daily's correspondent first in New York and now in Washington, I have taken time to interview those American China hands that have spent their lives working on China and relations between China and the United States.
An editor and writer at China Daily USA in New York, William Hennelly is a print and digital media veteran. He previously was managing editor of TheStreet.com financial news website in New York, and has worked at daily newspapers in New Jersey. Hennelly is a journalism graduate of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.
General manager of China Daily USA's San Francisco bureau. Based in the Bay Area, she covers a wide range of topics including corporate news, Silicon Valley innovation, US-China cooperation in various forms and profiles of interesting personalities, as well as overseeing office operations.