Sol de Leon, an immigrant to the United States from Panama, lights up when recalling the "incredible" meeting with her extended family in China.
A Chinese academic was appointed dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard on Aug 15, becoming the first Chinese to hold such a senior position.
A Texas blueberry grower finds a lot to like in China as he helps give a boost to a new industry.
Up, down and without its handler pausing for a breath, the brush dances along the rice paper, stopping when its strokes have rendered the word for dragon in Chinese calligraphy.
A Chinese inventor and his solar toilet attracted the attention of American venture capitals at a toilet fair held by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Tao Tao Holmes had a straightforward, if exotic, plan: explore the Chinese language and maybe devote some free time during the summer to a worthy cause.
Hunched and weary, the "stateless refugees" lined up out the door of a soup kitchen in pre-revolutionary China during the winter of 1937.
If Midnight in Paris is Woody Allen's love letter to the French capital, Shanghai Calling can be seen as Janet Yang's love letter to the "Oriental Pearl on the Huangpu River".
Mark Huetsch, who runs a pie delivery service in Beijing, says a successful food business requires far more than just good food.
The exchange program allows US graduate students in science and engineering to conduct research at Chinese universities.
After a 13-hour flight from Shanghai, a Chinese named Aileen Zhang is fatigued but eager to begin her first trip abroad.
Chi Wang has a goal of opening a Chinese field office of the Library of Congress.