Chinese Parents: For some, it's 'Harvard, Harvard, Harvard'

2014-05-06 10:22:29

They are among the top schools in the Ivy League. Yale University took one student. Yale and Princeton University accepted two other students, a brother and sister.

UN hosts China Shanxi Food Festival

2014-05-06 10:18:43

When it comes to the art of hand-pulled noodle making, there are only a couple techniques to get the final product just right.

Chinese man killed in car crash

2014-05-06 09:48:31

With an improving standard of living comes a continuous rise in the number of Chinese who travel overseas — for study, tourism or business.

New York splashed with Festival of Colors

2014-05-05 14:36:32

People in New York celebrate the Fetival of Colors in different ways.

H&M promotes summer collections

2014-05-05 11:26:45

French house music DJ Bob Sinclar staged a live performance on May 2 at the entrance of H&M's flagship store on New York's Times Square.

Houston tries shuttlecock diplomacy

2014-05-05 09:10:43

Shuttlecock, a traditional Chinese sport with more than 2,000 years of history, has been brought to Houston by a team of middle school and high school students from Shenzhen.

Obama roasts himself, rivals at dinner

2014-05-05 07:58:44

US President Barack Obama cracked jokes about the government's disastrous healthcare policy rollout at the White House Correspondents' Dinner late on Saturday.

Senator urges Hillary Clinton to seek presidency

2014-05-04 09:52:48

Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia endorses Hillary Clinton for president, even though the former secretary of state has not announced whether she will seek the White House in 2016.

US jury orders Samsung to pay Apple $120m

2014-05-03 15:30:13

A US jury on Friday ordered Samsung Electronics Co Ltd to pay $119.6 million to Apple Inc, far less than Apple had sought.

19 people injured in US subway train derailment

2014-05-03 13:55:34

Nineteen people were injured after a subway train derailed Friday in Queens, one of New York City's five boroughs, said a source with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), the service provider.

Obama threatens broader sanctions on Russia

2014-05-03 07:46:13

US President Barack Obama said on Friday that the US and Germany are prepared to impose broader sanctions on Russia if it continues to destabilize Ukraine.

Senators voice concerns over prospects of trade talks

2014-05-02 12:57:07

US senators expressed on Thursday concerns over the prospects of a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal despite progress made last week between the United States and Japan.