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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.

China trying to infiltrate US colleges to recruit spies, indoctrinate students,...

U.S. Intelligence agencies continue to warn of Beijing’s spying activities in the U.S. – including commercial espionage and the stealing of intellectual property. “The Chinese counter-intelligence threat is more...

Cornell Cuts Ties with Chinese School After Crackdown on Students

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.

Education or espionage? A Chinese student takes his homework home to...

Ruopeng Liu believes his work at a Duke lab was simply "fundamental research" that he brought back to China. His former professor thinks otherwise.

US education attracts Chinese buyers, study finds

Chinese buyers have been at the center of many international real estate conversations the past few years. Although this demographic’s U.S. residential real estate...

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One Thing China Can’t Copy From America

China can copy many things from America. They can copy the business models, technology, and policies for a start. One thing it could never...

Portland’s Old Chinatown is Fading—We Visited Every Chinese Restaurant That’s Still There

Old Town's Chinatown, founded as "New Chinatown" in the 1870s, is nonetheless one of the oldest in the country. But lately most of the city's Chinese population, and most of its best Chinese food, has moved to the new New Chinatown on 82nd Avenue

Ivanka Trump’s brands win 16 Chinese trademarks despite being shut down

The Chinese government granted a total of 18 trademarks to companies linked to U.S. President Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka Trump over the last two months, Chinese public records show, raising concerns about conflicts of interest in the White House as Americans vote in national elections.

US legislators to urge China sanctions over Xinjiang crackdown

Proposed bill will urge Trump to condemn crackdown on Uighurs, press for ban on sale of surveillance technology.

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.

This Chinese billionaire’s ‘gift’ got his daughter into Stanford. She says it was ‘hard...

A former Stanford University student whose parents paid $6.5 million to secure her admission to the prestigious school has not been charged with a crime in the college admissions scandal.

Feinstein: Letting Americans sue China over coronavirus response would be ‘huge mistake’

Feinstein, whose remarks came during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, said, "We launch a series of unknown events that could be very, very dangerous. I think this is a huge mistake."

Jared Kushner’s sister offers US visas to Chinese investors for family’s real estate development

THE sister of President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has been in China courting individual investors with a much-criticised federal visa program that provides a path toward obtaining US green cards.

US sanctions four China-based individuals, firm over fentanyl

The United States on Friday announced sanctions against four China-based individuals and one company run by alleged Chinese drug kingpin Fujing Zheng for links to trafficking in fentanyl.

Elaine Chao has deep business ties to China at time of US-Chinese competition

Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao's family has deep business ties to China -- placing the key Cabinet official in a potentially conflicting position with the Trump administration's confrontational posture toward the US' major economic rival