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Chinese Tourist Brutally Arrested by US Border Guard at Niagara Falls...

A U.S. court has awarded a Chinese businesswoman $461,000 in damages after she was brutally arrested by an American border guard at Niagara Falls...

How Chinese tourism brings big benefits to LA area

Southern California has seen big benefits from the increase in Chinese tourism over the past decade. In 2016, 1.3 million visitors came to California from...

Tencent extends WeChat Pay to the US with focus on Chinese...

Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings, which runs one of China’s most widely used mobile payment tools, has taken its cashless payment experience to the home market of Apple Pay by serving Chinese outbound travellers in the United States.

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How my mother and I became Chinese propaganda

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China extends its soft power through US education system

Since their beginning in 2005, Confucius Institutes have been set up to teach Chinese language classes in more than one hundred American colleges and...

Trump just gave China a ‘sledgehammer’ to smash the LNG monopoly

A deal to open the Chinese market to U.S. liquefied natural gas exports could break Qatar's grip on LNG pricing — even if no...

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Regulation could stifle growing China-US venture activity

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China warns US it will ‘bear the consequences’ for sanctions placed on its military

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