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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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US says China hacking increasing ahead of Trump-Xi meeting

A U.S. government report ahead of a meeting between Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping accuses China of stepping up hacking aimed at stealing...

Please remember this: The Gettysburg Address

Ever since Lincoln wrote it in 1864, this version has been the most often reproduced, notably on the walls of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington. It is named after Colonel Alexander Bliss, stepson of historian George Bancroft. Bancroft asked President Lincoln for a copy to use as a fundraiser for soldiers.

It’s The High School Diploma That’s Luring Chinese Students To The U.S.

The number of international students in U.S. high schools has more than tripled over the last decade - with China almost single-handedly fuelling the rise.

Justice Department Files Lawsuit Against Facebook for Discriminating Against U.S. Workers

The Department of Justice announced today that it filed a lawsuit against Facebook Inc. for discriminating against U.S. workers. 

Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass says a US-China trade deal can’t be reached

Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass is doubtful a trade deal between the U.S. and China could be reached and believes the Federal Reserve’s rate cuts are less effective these days.

US can’t let China ‘push our companies and our people’ around, short seller Carson...

When we’re getting extraterritorial application of Chinese censorship, that is where companies must draw the line. If that means you don’t take the investment in your film production company from China, then don’t take that investment.

Chinese came to San Antonio in waves

San Antonio, like El Paso and Houston, evolved with a significant Chinese community, despite federal laws that banned them from the country for decades. According...

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
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Are LeBron James and the rest of the NBA right to bow to China?

The NBA star suggested Monday it’s better to just shut up and keep your head down than risk offending the rulers of China. Even a seven-word message on Twitter from an NBA general manager can get under their skin, as James and the NBA learned last week.

The night a Chinese billionaire was accused of rape in Minnesota

Chinese billionaire Richard Liu was accused by a 21-year-old University of Minnesota student, who said Liu had forced her to have sex with him.

The NBA Should Leave China

If the league lets itself be jerked around over one little tweet, what else will it be jerked around over?