The tale of how March of the Volunteers became China's national anthem is one for the Robin Hood's barn file. Writer David Bandurski has done a nice job of laying it out for Quartz recently. What's interesting is that embedded in the piece's odyssey is a strong connection with the US.
As director of the Asian Cultural Council's branch office in Hong Kong for 25 years, Michelle Vosper was in a unique position to get to know the top tier of Chinese artists. After all, what the Rockefeller-backed council does is give grants to the top individuals in all of the visual and performing arts.
Diabetics need to test their blood glucose levels three to 10 times a day through the painful, invasive and annoying process of pricking their skin to draw a drop of blood - either that or sport expensive blood-sugar monitoring equipment that is burdensome at best.
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.