Chinese pipa player, Wu Man, finds it difficult to say "No" to potential performances and projects, because spreading her native land's music is her life's work.
China Guardian Auctions Co, the second-biggest auctioneer on the Chinese mainland, added traditional Chinese elements to a branch of New York's Queens Library by donating more than 60 auction catalogs.
Bill Draper said in his book The Startup Game that the meeting with the late Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping in 1981 gave him "a sneak preview" of a far-reaching transformation in China.
Giant frescoes served as the backdrop last night as 60 dancers in colorful costumes from China's Gansu Dance Theater performed the New York debut of the award-winning Silk Road production at Lincoln Center.
An old saying goes, "Idle hands are the devil's tools." But sometimes, good things can come from boredom.
There's no doubt that I Sing Beijing, a redolent blend of musicians, Western traditions and modern Chinese opera, is an important catalyst in the evolving relationship between the United States and China.
Life is like a spinning top: Whip it too lightly, and it stops. Whip it too hard, and it may stop, as well. The trick is to keep things balanced.
Since 2009, the Beijing-based art-management company Ping Pong Productions has connected Chinese and US performing artists through tours, collaborations and teaching residencies.
Prompted by his work for the Beijing Olympics, American animator Brian Dowrick set up a school in Beijing.
New York's 6,000-seat Radio City Music Hall was full on Saturday night for the first concert of Chinese soprano and folk singer Song Zuying's US tour.
China boasts one of the world's richest cultures, and the ultra-pragmatic NBA is looking to move in on the great basketball market. The world's leading basketball league staged a Chinese New Year Celebration campaign during the annual break.
Former NBA star Yao Ming was officially named Goodwill Ambassador of the US city of Houston Friday by the city's mayor at a ceremony here.