When news of MGM's plans to set foot in Sanya first hit the headlines, rumors began flying that the company in the United States known for its Las Vegas casino may be bringing its gambling business to China.
In the years before the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the city was in frantic disarray, preparing to present an idealized version of home - as any host might before a grand celebration.
The US table tennis team for the London Olympic Games is composed of three women and one man who are all Chinese American.
His vision is a world that better understands China. His mission is to start with building bridges in the United States. Zhao Qiguang shares his dreams.
Norman Masuda appreciates the complexity of Chinese but empathizes with those who struggle with the language.
Fifteen-year-old Michael Rowe had never studied Chinese before June. Two weeks into his course, he can write its intricate characters.
Lawyer's pro bono work helps right historic injustice done to Chinese.
When Chinese-American gymnast Anna Li travels to London later this month as the third member of her family to participate in the Olympics.
An American herbalist has found his own place in the sun in China, and he's doing his best to spread his knowledge among both locals and expatriates.
A performance dubbed Sound of Harmony was staged at the recent United Nations Public Service Day for staff at the world body's New York headquarters.
About 160 students in the Gold Sail Troupe of Beijing’s Haidian Experimental Elementary School gave a concert in memory of the 75th anniversary the start of the Second Sino-Japanese War.
Bottles of California wine stand on the bookshelf alongside Maotai, a popular Chinese liquor. Souvenirs collected during trips to China are scattered about, and crimson knots hang on the wall.