Joyce Poole has been a lifelong campaigner against the ivory trade and the killing of elephants that goes with it. Her fascination with the animal began at age 6, when her father moved the family from the United States to Kenya, and quickly grew when as a teenager she began to study their behavior.
As a Fulbright Scholar assigned to teach at Guangdong University of Foreign Studies from 2011-2012, Amy Werbel covered a span of US history, literature and pop culture.
Anrong Xu spent the majority of his teenage life trying to ignore his Chinese heritage.
China will continue to undergo profound change, even as the nation completes its long quest for prosperity, the co-author of a new book on China said.
The heavenly sound of the popular Chinese folk song Mo Li Hua, or The Jasmine Flower, echoed through the Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church in the nation's capital on Friday evening at a concert by the Children's Chorus of Washington (CCW).
In Texas, 20 teachers from grades K through 16 schools and colleges are participating in a two-week residential program this month for instruction on teaching Chinese as a second language.
In an era of Asian dominance in furniture manufacturing, the chairman and CEO of US-based Ethan Allen Interiors said his company is increasing sales to China and other regional markets with custom-made furniture.
Monkey: Journey to the West at Lincoln Center Festival features martial arts and acrobatics by the Jiangsu Yancheng Acrobatic Company.
Bruce Lee is respected worldwide for his legendary kung fu prowess. But art curator Sean Dinsmore was shocked to discover there was no Bruce Lee museum when he was in Hong Kong.
Guido Barilla, chairman of Barilla Group, the world's largest pasta company, emphasizes the importance of "made for the people" when he talks about his company's global strategy.
NBA Superstar Dwyane Wade just kicked off a 10-day-long trip to China to promote the country's top sportswear outfitter, Li Ning Co.
Attitudes toward mixed marriages in the US are less of a barrier today, but those in such marriages or partnerships often tell a different story, reports Kelly Chung Dawson from New York.