Hong Kong films to take center stage

2014-11-03 13:33:33

The wide range of Hong Kong's film industry will be on display this month in San Francisco.

Lucie photo awards presented in New York

2014-11-03 13:33:33

The 12th Lucie Awards held in New York on Sunday saw an increasing number of China-related elements in the works submitted by photographers - including three Chinese finalists - from 104 countries.

Marathons: why they do it

2014-11-03 13:33:33

Alexander Woo, 79, began running in the New York City Marathon with his inspiration being to get to see his grandson grow up.

New book opens eyes on democracy

2014-10-31 14:03:45

Some Chinese people believe American democracy is in a crisis, while others see it as ideal and worth studying.

Cheating probe delays SAT scores in China

2014-10-30 05:54:08

Students living in China and South Korea have their SAT scores delayed due to a cheating probe, which could disrupt their college applications.

China, US act to bolster tourism

2014-10-30 05:26:44

Tourism between China and the United States is growing, and business groups in the two countries wants to push travel figures higher.

Former premier makes Hurun philanthropists list

2014-10-29 20:03:26

China's former premier Zhu Rongji has made his way onto the list of the 2014 Hurun Philanthropists List after donating 23.98 million yuan ($4 million) to charity.

Lee makes run for state Senate

2014-10-29 11:16:51

Chinese-Americans are going mainstream in the US political process, said a Maryland state Senate candidate.

Cook and Ma talk about partnership

2014-10-29 07:11:49

Put Apple Inc's Tim Cook and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd 's Jack Ma under the stars together and a partnership just might bloom.

WWII's Flying Tiger veterans saluted

2014-10-27 06:53:04

The legacy of the American Flying Tigers is still strong some 70 years after their battles fighting with China against Japan during World War II.

600-year-old Chinese book found in California

2014-10-27 06:44:28

The manuscript of a unique volume of the Yongle Encyclopedia (Yongle Dadian), a 16th century Chinese encyclopedia, was uncovered by a Chinese archivist at the Huntington Library in southern California.

The road goes on for teacher Levine

2014-10-27 03:02:27

Mark Levine is often described in the media as a folk singer or writer, but the bushy-bearded Californian actually makes his living through teaching and describes himself as a teacher in all the roles.