Gary Gardner was speechless when he received an old photo as a gift from a resident of Guling. It was a 20-year-old photo showing the 64-year-old chaplain's great aunt, Elizabeth Johnson Gardner, with elderly people in Guling.
A US author examines China's trade with his homeland from the time of colonial America. Kelly Chung Dawson reports in New York.
About 80,000 girls from China have been adopted by American parents since 1989, according to the US State Department.
Chinese-Canadian director Fan Lixin recently took home two Emmy awards, Best Documentary and Best Long-Form Business and Economic Reporting, for his first documentary, Last Train Home.
A teacher from Iowa brings lessons of home to Chinese classrooms.
Peter Max, who left China 60 years ago, has returned to Shanghai for the first time, and his greatest wish is to find his nanny.
In recent years, Chinese pianist Lang Lang has risen to fame in both China and the West, playing with top American orchestras.
As speculations intensify over this year's Nobel Prize in literature, much attention has been focused on Mo Yan, a heavyweight on China's literary scene since the mid-1980s.
China Team is gearing up for the second America's Cup World Series this week with the future of sailing in China in their hands and in the wind.
The Chinese Historical Society of America recently named three Chinese-American women as its Voice and Vision 2012 honorees.
The latest sign of a Chinese invasion in Hollywood is a string of performances so short, you'll miss them if you blink.
In an essay about Tibetan youth, featured in Chinese Characters: Profiles of Fast-Changing Lives in a Fast-Changing Land, a young man faces a deep crisis.