In a new exhibition entitled "I Am Your Mirror" at New York's Vilcek Foundation Gallery, Chinese artist O Zhang displays photographs of thousands of blank billboards from all over the country.
One month after David Shoemaker started the job, in July 2011, the NBA went into a lockout after a dispute between the league and its players over salaries could not be resolved.
When the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University opens this November, it will be the first American art institution with a China-based curator.
The number of Americans applying for visas to China has remained flat since the country revised its rules for visitors from the United States.
International Chinese Television Network will launch a new program aiming to introduce Chinese tourism and culture to American audience from November.
A Chinese inventor and his solar toilet drew media and venture capitalists'attention at a "toilet fair" hosted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in Seattle.
Gary Locke is probably the most high-profile United States ambassador to date in Beijing. Not only were all eyes on him as soon as he arrived, attention has also been trained on his wife.
Chinese-American photographer chases identity issues from coast to coast, trying to find himself.
Chinese philanthropist Chen Guangbiao has called for a solution to "prevent Japan's claim on China's Diaoyu Islands" in an advertisement in New York Times.
American socialite Paris Hilton opened the micro blog account on Sina Weibo especially for China, and now has more than 600,000 followers.
Boxing was banned in China in 1959, criticized as brutal and capitalistic.
As was customary in the day, nine powerful Chinese officials gathered in a private garden in 1437 to enjoy literary and music performances.