Just mentioning China at last month's New York Times travel show sparked a flurry of activity in which names and phone numbers were traded like baseball cards.
Yu Yang, from the central China city of Wuhan, was laden with shopping bags and beaming, surprised at the ease of his retail excursion in New York State.
Zhang Xu can tell that the Boston area's higher-education institutions are a tourist magnet - just by glancing at the campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
February may not be a peak travel time for Americans, but it is a lucrative period for the US car-rental industry nevertheless, as agencies gear up for Chinese holiday travelers.
California, one of the top US states in exports to China, has made a priority of attracting more incoming investment from the world's second-biggest economy.
Business leader says more Chinese companies will raise funds overseas through dollar-denominated corporate bonds this year.
Chinese PC maker looks to build brand and increase US market share.
To deal with fallout over a food-safety scare at its restaurants in China, KFC parent Yum Brands Inc needs to be proactive in recognizing the value Chinese consumers assign to a brand's reputation.
Tainted chicken scare hits Yum China sales
China's urbanization drive will create "appealing" business opportunities for US investors, a leading Chinese trade promoter said.
Lenovo has relied on innovation and careful brand management to become a world leader in PC production while expanding into tablets, smartphones and new markets.
An online Chinese real estate firm has organized a house-hunting tour aimed at wealthy Chinese shopping for a home in the United States.