Across America: Liaison official visits Chinese expats in California
Former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson discusses his recommendations for enhancing the economic US-China economic ties during a speech at the Atlantic Council in Washington on July 17. Paulson, who recently visited China, predicts the country's economy will avoid a "hard landing". SUN CHENBEI/CHINA DAILY
China and the United states will hold a new round of human rights talks in Washington on July 23 and 24.
For Qian Jiang, Hollywood myth tumbled headlong into the reality of a New York City courtroom.
Premier Wen Jiabao called for Chinese and US businessmen to have confidence in China's economy, and pledged to further the opening-up strategy.
A former vice-minister of commerce says there is a growing need for China and the US to help more Chinese companies invest in the US.
China's consul general in Los Angeles, Qiu Shaofang, is joined by mayors of Southern California cities and other official delegates from a recent trip to China at a reception July 11 at Qui's residence.
Gregg Brazinsky, an expert in US-East Asian relations from George Washington University, speaks at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington on July 10 about strategic policies toward the Democratic People's Republic of Korea after 1970.
Obama's initiative to boost tourism has pushed the US government to process a record 1 million visa applications from China so far during fiscal 2012.
The US has processed more than 1 million visa applications in China to date in fiscal year 2012, almost up 43 percent.
China's rapid advancement in space exploration has piqued American interest.
A Foreign Ministry spokesman said that US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's criticism of China at the latest Friends of Syria meeting is "unacceptable."