Sometimes when living in China, an intriguing scenario pops up when I am forced to speak Chinese to another non-native speaker.
With Chinese market moving head on and forcing fierce competition internationally, many eyebrows are raised and voices of concern put forth.
A roadblock to Americans studying in China has been the perception that Chinese university education is dry- rote learning.
What makes Bin Laden so disturbing is not just that he is a ruthless killer but that we lack conceptual frameworks to understand people like him.
Shenzhen is an "experimental field" for China’s opening-up. But the local authorities now seem determined to erase all these fond memories。
I can't help looking at it as an economic opportunity for marketing and branding a city and a country.
Prince William and Kate Middleton are to marry. How will this royal wedding impact Britain? So far no consensus has been reached.
Chinese President Hu Jintao urged Tsinghua to enhance "innovation and research capabilities" and encouraged students to develop "innovative minds".
International opinion polls consistently show that the population of China is more satisfied with the direction of their country than people in the US.
China registered a trade deficit of $1.02 billion in the first quarter of this year, the first in six years, because of a slowdown in exports amid shrinking global demand.
As the European Union's debt crisis again explodes with new fears that Greece will not be able to withstand its massive debt, everyone is asking: Will the EU survive?
As micro-blogging becomes increasingly popular in China, more companies are taking advantage of the service to broaden their business network and build their brand.