Li Na on a roll in Open, will face Serena next

2013-09-04 10:45:04

Chinese tennis star Li Na advanced to the US Open women's semifinals on Tuesday with a 6-4, 6-7(5), 6-2 victory over 24-seed Russian Ekaterina Makarova at Flushing Meadows.

Exhibit showcases 27 young artists

2013-09-03 10:45:36

Telling the story of modern and contemporary art, 27 young Chinese artists will have a joint debut in the US thanks to a cooperative program.

Chinese applicants to US down

2013-09-03 10:45:36

Fewer Chinese students applied to US graduate schools for the 2012/2013 academic year, but more were accepted than in the previous year.Exploratory team to study conditions for Chinese students in US

Terra cotta warriors to get theater

2013-08-29 11:54:04

Two global entertainment companies, one in New York and the other in China, will build a world-class theater adjacent to the Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses exhibition in Xi'an, Shaanxi province.

It's strong, and it smells, but Chinese moonshine's here

2013-08-28 10:50:31

As US winemakers continue to seek a share of the vast Chinese market, Chinese baijiu producers are eyeing the US market as well.

Taiwan stage directors work in NYC 'lab'

2013-08-28 10:50:31

Two directors from Taiwan will present their work in a six-piece short play festival in New York, as part of a multi-cultural theater collaboration.

Taiwan-born immigrant pursues a career in stand-up

2013-08-23 14:18:58

Pursuing comedy was not Sheng Wang or his parents' first career choice.

The heartbreak of child abduction

2013-08-23 14:18:58

When children are abducted in the US, the vast majority of cases involve family members. At around 200 per year, true kidnappings in which children are taken by strangers for molestation, murder or ransom are relatively rare. Those held for ransom are usually the children of wealthy families, with resources to match demands. In stark contrast are the poor, often uneducated families of an estimated 70,000 children who go missing in China each year for forced labor, adoption or prostitution.

Teaching teachers about China

2013-08-23 14:18:58

Playing the Chinese lute, delving into Chinese history, practicing calligraphy and tai chi, 21 teachers from Irvine (California) Unified School District were eagerly learning everything they could about China in a three-day class called Program to Advance Cultural Education (PACE).

NBA hosts Chinese basketball coaches

2013-08-21 11:03:21

The NBA is investing in developing basketball-player talent in China and the association's CEO for China sees training the country's coaches as a vital part of reaching that goal.

Immigrant businesswomen in the spotlight

2013-08-16 11:58:12

Success stories about female entrepreneurs in the mainstream media are usually large in scale and revenue, spotlighting millionaires like Oprah and Martha Stewart.

Summer camps give students an edge

2013-08-16 11:58:12

Zhang Linghao, a 16-year-old high school student from Guangzhou, just finished two weeks at a summer camp at Stanford University.