Designer Uma Wang trains in New York

2012-06-08 21:35:41

As a participant in CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund's China Exchange Program, Chinese fashion designer Uma Wang is currently enjoying six weeks of industry training in New York City.

UNDP official lauds China's changes

2012-06-07 11:06:41

Having been the UN Resident Coordinator in China from 2003 to 2010, Khalid Malik saw a China totally transformed in various ways.

Reconceptualized art

2012-06-05 00:35:01

The exhibit Material → Object showcases a "reconceptualization" of works by six contemporary Chinese artists at New York's Eli Klein Gallery through July 19.

US-Chinese adoptions celebrated

2012-06-04 11:19:22

American families who have adopted Chinese children celebrated International Children's Day at the Chinese Consulate General in New York.

Jim Boyce unravels the intriguing Chinese grapevine

2012-06-04 10:42:51

The Chinese palate is potentially one of the most sensitive in the world, says Jim Boyce.

The big surprise

2012-06-04 10:41:20

James Suckling first visited China's Shandong in the 1980s. Twenty years later, he was caught off guard by the changes he saw on a second visit.

Chinese teens discover success at Intel international science fair

2012-06-01 10:52:28

Young scientists from China won 11 prizes at the 63rd annual Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a record for a Chinese team.

Launch Tech tools diagnose 4-wheeled patients' woes

2012-06-01 10:52:28

Jeffrey Qu is excited about traveling next week to China, the latest of his regular trips there during the past decade.

Confucius visas resolved for Chinese educators

2012-06-01 03:09:44

No Chinese teacher of Confucius Institutes will be forced to leave US and no accreditation is required.

Chinese teachers in visa mess

2012-05-25 10:41:21

No Chinese teachers at Confucius Institutes in US will have to leave the country by the end of June.

Winners and losers in 'G-Zero' world

2012-05-25 05:12:03

Susan Shirk chats with Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group, about his new book, Every Nation for Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World at a talk May 24 at the Asia Society.

Symphony honors Chinese-American history

2012-05-25 04:51:46

A symphonic chorus commemorating the hardship and contribution of generations of Chinese in the US premiered at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center in College Park, Maryland, on May 19.