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Pregnant Utah resident stuck in China due to coronavirus-related visa delays

A Murray resident is currently stuck in China after her attempts to renew her visa were delayed due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Converging consumer values in China and the U.S. are creating millennials...

Marketers may need to geo-locate for one-off campaigns, but as technology adoption influences our daily routines, forward-thinking entrepreneurs and investors can look to how generations across geographies are more similar than different for new opportunities.

New Chinese Immigrants Are Different From Chinese Americans And Proud Of...

The boisterous new diaspora from China is of a different breed. Their voice in the U.S. will only become louder as their home country becomes more powerful.

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Scholars at Cornell’s Industrial and Labor Relations School said they were suspending a 6-year-old research and exchange program with Renmin University in Beijing after the school punished at least a dozen students who joined a nationwide call for better protections for low-income workers in China.

China’s Spies Are on the Offensive

China’s spies are waging an intensifying espionage offensive against the United States. Does America have what it takes to stop them?

CDC confirms second U.S. coronavirus case of unknown origin as World Health Organization raises...

Health officials announced a second coronavirus case in California on Friday in which they didn't know how the person was infected. Earlier, the World Health Organization upgraded the global risk from the outbreak to "very high."

How Rich Chinese Parents Get Their Kids Into U.S. Colleges

Last week, the news broke that dozens of wealthy American parents had paid up to $1.2 million apiece in bribes to guarantee their children places at top universities.

Advancing Reciprocity in U.S.- China Diplomatic Relations

And so from China’s perspective, whatever they’re doing can’t possibly be seen as working as they’re picking a fight right now on virtually every front and on every area of interest that the People’s Republic of China has.

Fentanyl crisis: Is China a major source of illegal drugs?

Amid tension between China and the US over trade, there's also friction over another issue - the illegal trade in synthetic drugs. The US believes...

U.S. Justice Department lays charges against 2 Chinese citizens in massive data breach

'Hundreds of gigabytes' of data hacked from 12 countries, including Canada. The U.S. Justice Department has charged two Chinese citizens with carrying out an extensive...

China v US: Who is copying whom?

China is gradually shedding its reputation as the world's technology copycat. It still spawns lookalikes, whether they be GoPro-style action cameras or Didi Chuxing

China trying to sway U.S. vote, poses threat: officials

China is waging an unprecedented campaign to influence American public opinion as November congressional elections approach and presents the greatest long-term counterintelligence threat to...

This Startup Connects U.S. Doctors with Patients in China

When Sally Wang’s mother was diagnosed with breast cancer a few years back, she struggled to figure out how to get her the best medical help available.

Ai Weiwei launches Kickstarter to build security-fence installations in New York

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is crowdsourcing funds to erect more than 300 artworks based on themes of immigration, division and borders, in locations across New York...