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International Business Times - 30 Jan 2014 Chinese New Year 2014 Celebrations Around The World: Ringing In The Spring ...
Traditional dancers perform lion dance during the opening of the temple fair for celebrating the Chinese New Year at Ditan Park, also known as the Temple of Earth, in Beijing, Jan. 30, 2014. Reuters. Chinese New Year 2014. Divers perform a dragon dance ...
SupChina - 21 Aug 2019 College Daily: Misleading Chinese students in the U.S. since 2014
College Daily is a Chinese-language website aimed at Chinese students in the U.S. The New Yorker's Han Zhang has written an illuminating profile of the ...
The New Yorker - 19 Aug 2019 College Daily, the “Post-Truth” Publication Where Chinese Students in America Get Their News
Han Zhang on College Daily, a publication that brings news with nationalistic undertones to Chinese students living in America, via WeChat and other ...
WAMU 88.5 - 23 Aug 2019 University Of Maryland Faces Questions Over Chinese Government's Role In Program
This story was updated at 6:15 p.m.. The Confucius Institute at the University of Maryland occupies a few rooms on the fourth floor of a nondescript campus ...
The Japan Times - 23 Aug 2019 Chinese became largest foreign community in Okinawa in 2018, excluding US military personnel
Chinese people became the largest group of foreign nationals living in Okinawa Prefecture in 2018, surpassing American residents — excluding personnel on ...
Sonoma Index-Tribune - 21 Aug 2019 Sonoma City Council peeved over patron pavers
City rejects 'recognition bricks' used to fundraise for Chinese-worker memorial.
WHYY - 22 Aug 2019 Opinion: Chinatown is building the gathering space the community needs
Since its beginnings, Chinatown has never had a space of its own. There have never been public facilities for people to gather, celebrate and be together.
Toronto Star - 21 Aug 2019 Dragon Centre was a catalyst for Scarborough’s Chinese community, but the history is not all rosy
Built in 1984, Dragon Centre was North America's first Chinese-themed mall. It is located in Scarborough Agincourt community and is recognized as the ...
inews.co.uk - 05 Feb 2019 Chinese New Year animals: how the zodiac works and why it’s now the year of the pig
The year of the pig is seen as the final animal of the 12-year cycle of the Chinese zodiac, and follows on from the year of the dog.
artnet News - 23 Aug 2019 Art Industry News: The Star of the Obamas’ First Netflix Movie Is an Art-Collecting Chinese Billionaire + Other Stories
Plus, Ai Weiwei leaving Berlin for Cambridge and historians are wary of a new statue in Central Park dedicated to the suffrage movement.
Filter - 21 Aug 2019 How Harm Reduction Is Serving—and Failing—Asian Americans
Asian Americans have too often been invisible in harm reduction conversations. As a "fourth wave" of the overdose crisis arrives, this needs to change.
Bisnow - 22 Aug 2019 Boston Gaining On New York, San Francisco As Foreign Investors' Market Of Choice
Foreign capital is increasingly interested in Boston real estate despite other gateway markets taking a hit from a decrease in Chinese investment.
Evening Standard - 05 Feb 2019 Chinese New Year animals: What's your zodiac sign?
It's officially Chinese New Year and millions of people around the world will be joining in with the festivities. Also called the Spring Festival, the date of Chinese ...
The Business Journal - 22 Aug 2019 $248 million settlement reached with Chinese drywall maker
A proposed $248 million settlement has been filed in a decade-old federal court case over defective Chinese drywall blamed for damaging home appliances ...
Food Safety News - 23 Aug 2019 E. coli at new high; Campylobacter top cause of illness in Switzerland
Campylobacter was the top cause of illness while E. coli numbers reached a record high last year, according to foodborne illness figures from Switzerland.
ESPN.co.uk - 23 Aug 2019 Brazilian striker changes name after China call-up
Brazilian-born striker Elkeson has changed his name as he prepares to help China qualify for the 2022 World Cup.
Financial Times - 23 Aug 2019 US accuses China of ‘coercion’ over Vietnam offshore oil
The US has accused China of “coercion” of Vietnam as it seeks to exploit oil and gas in the South China Sea, siding with Hanoi and chastising Beijing in sharp ...
Forbes - 21 Aug 2019 Tesla Has Failed Massively As A Public Company
Musk's greatest skill is in raising capital, but in the past five years that new capital—in excess of $20 billion—has led to greater losses and a much, much more ...
The New York Times - 05 Feb 2019 What Lunar New Year Reveals About the World’s Calendars
Rather than a scientific given, calendars say a lot about the history and cultural values of the societies that created them.
Sporting News - 23 Aug 2019 FIBAWC Preview: Chinese Homeland heroes reaching beyond borders
What is the current status of Chinese basketball? After experiencing a boom in popularity around the year 2000, channelled by the legendary Yao Ming, the ...