New York's Guggenheim Museum will receive a $10 million grant from the Hong Kong-based Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation to commission art from China.
A dramatic increase in the use of payment cards in China in recent years poured nearly $375 billion into the nation's economy, driving up the growth rate by 1.7 percent.
The number of Chinese tourists to the US will rise by about 13 percent this year, aided by aggressive marketing and easier visa procedures.
Two East Coast universities qualified for the finals of the most famous Chinese-language contest to be held in Beijing this summer.
China's hunger for corn, soybeans and meat from Nebraska makes it the Cornhusker State's fourth-largest international trading partner and now home to the state's second overseas trade office.
A New York jury found two Chinese companies liable for fixing prices of vitamin C sold in the US, but the verdict doesn't necessarily end the unusual case.
Chinese Internet giant Alibaba, which has Yahoo Inc as a major investor, is likely to "return" the Yahoo China unit to the US company as early as May.
American museums in the 21st century will endeavor to collaborate more with counterparts in China, according to US experts.
A major Chinese drug maker has said it will appeal massive antitrust fines ordered by a US federal court in New York.
The trustee administering $541 million in bonds from Suntech Power Holdings Co sent the solar company a notice of default on Saturday as the deadline to redeem the notes passed.
With its "lucky" gold-yellow head and the rumored cancer-curing properties of its plastron shell, South China's Golden Coin Turtle has in recent years become one of the world's most endangered species of turtles.
Two dozen US-listed Chinese companies have retreated from the US market in the past 15 months, amid scrutiny by US regulators and short-sellers.