1 hr ago
Montgomery adopts a third Sister City
Xi'an, a city in Northwestern China, and the county have formally committed to a relationship of cultural, educational and scientific exchange to foster people-to-people understanding and develop ongoing economic ties.
5 hrs ago
York Historical Society's Fall/Winter Programming Highlights to...
New-York Historical Society's Fall/Winter Programming Highlights to Include Events with Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Samuel Alito,... will engage history buffs and aficionados with the upcoming season of special programs featuring notable historians, artists, writers and journalists.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Chinese nationals nabbed in - prostitution ring'
TEN CHINESE women, along with one male, were detained last weekend on suspicion that they were involved in a prostitution ring, following police investigations into another Chinese man reported to be missing.
Marin Independent Journal
China Camp celebrates Heritage Day Saturday
The event at China Camp Village brings the community together to celebrate Chinese-American heritage, seafaring culture and the natural history of China Camp State Park, along the shores of San Pablo Bay.
Chinese actress Lipo Li is entertaining audiences in New Orleans
Chinese actress Lipo Li has been making her mark in New Orleans since making the city her new home in 2012 after marrying Thomas Conrad, president of the New Orleans Motion Picture Studios.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
You Probably Didn't Expect the Former Editor of Vogue Paris to Pick Up This Fashion Trend
The former editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris has picked up an unusual Chinese fashion trend that made headlines in 2012: the "face-kini."
People's Daily Online
Deng Xiaoping helps a couple to finally wed
Today, going abroad for business, travel, study or even marrying a foreigner are common and easy for Chinese citizens.
"A Chinaman's Chance: One Family's Journey and the Chinese American Dream"
Eric Liu, former speechwriter and adviser for President Clinton, talks about the history of Chinese Americans and the experiences of his own family members in the United States.
KPRR-FM El Paso
The Next Trend? Try a 'Facekini'
Looking for hot new beachwear before the summer fades away? Then you might - or, let's face it, might not - try a facekini, one of those colorful masks that drew attention on Chinese beaches in 2012, Global Post reports.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
'It's the media's fault': Wang on Palmer Chinese 'bastard' comment
The Chinese-born WA senator of the Palmer United Party, Dio Wang, has blamed the media for the furore over comments made by Clive Palmer on ABC's Q&A program.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
The East is wed: China seeks brides for richer, for poorer
Their marriages were arranged for cash, but some of the Vietnamese women who have found unlikely Prince Charmings in remote Chinese villages say they are living happily ever after.
Jakarta to get 1st ethnic Chinese governor
But the minority is now poised for a new milestone, with Jakarta soon to get its first ethnic Chinese governor.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
The China Post
Yu Ying-shih to take part in award festivities
Chinese-American historian Yu Ying-shih, the first Tang Prize winner in Sinology, promised Friday to visit Taiwan for the first time in six years in September and attend the Tang Prize award ceremony and related events in person.
Northwest Asian Weekly
Poverty rises among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders according to study
However, the numbers for AAPIs in poverty have grown by 37 percent, while Pacific Islanders in poverty have increased by 60 percent.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Armpit hair to stay, some women say
Hundreds of Chinese women have joined a recent armpit selfies competition on micro-blogging service Sina Weibo, proudly displaying their unshaven armpits.
Chinese women use theater to push back against pressure to marry young
So stressful, in fact, that some have found it liberating to take the stage in Beijing to recount their ordeals before a public audience.
'Wooing' Asian Americans into politics
By 2025, Asian Americans are projected to be 18 percent of California's population and comprise more than 12 percent of registered voters, according to a survey by the California League of Conservation Voters.
Communities support quake relief
Members of the Chinese community in the US have stepped up to help victims and rebuild damaged areas after a severe earthquake struck Southwest China's Yunnan province earlier this month.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Indonesian capital set for first ethnic Chinese governor
Indonesia's small ethnic Chinese community faced severe discrimination for decades during the Suharto dictatorship.
Woman gets 7 years for bride trafficking
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday sentenced a woman to seven years in prison for trafficking Cambodian women to China to sell them for marriage, while two more were sentenced in absentia.