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  • China, US to boost cooperation on repatriating fugitives

    China and the U.S. are boosting cooperation in sending home crime suspects amid a Chinese drive to ferret out corrupt officials and fugitives who have fled abroad. The Department of Homeland Security said the sides agreed to streamline the process for...
  • Sushi chef opens restaurant in Kanawha County

    Growing up in the mountainous Fujian Province of southern China, Daniel Zheng's parents made very clear what kind of career path they wanted him to take. "My father is a doctor. My father's father is a doctor. So we are a family of doctors," Zheng...
  • Website chronicles China's massive effort to control Internet content

    BEIJING The Chinese Communist Party operates out of a vast walled-off compound, known as Zhongnanhai, near Beijing's Forbidden City. It is here that party leaders oversee the Great Firewall China's 24-hour control of the Internet. Some 5,900 miles away,...
  • China cracks down on women's-rights protesters

    The feisty young women had spoken out before — dressing up in wedding gowns smeared with fake blood to protest domestic violence and "occupying" men's restrooms to advocate for more toilet facilities for women. But in early March, as they were...
  • Cancer surge in China prompts rise of special patient hotels

    Li Xiaohe has set herself up for the long haul in a cramped but sunny room in western Beijing, about a block from China's most renowned cancer hospital. Her laundry dries on hangers and her husband cooks in a communal kitchen as she embarks on an 84-day...
  • Stories from opposite sides of the globe collide in Touchstone's 'Journey from the East"

    Stories from opposite sides of the globe collide in Touchstone's 'Journey from the East"
    Sun Wukong is a mischievous monkey king from Chinese mythology. Roy "The Mule" Madsen is an imaginary gunslinger from America's mythic Wild West. In Touchstone's new play, "Journey from the East," the two stories from opposite sides of the globe come...
  • Kerry calls for release of 5 Chinese activists

    Secretary of State John Kerry is calling for the immediate and unconditional release of five Chinese activists detained before International Women's Day in March. Kerry said in a statement Friday that the women had organized a peaceful campaign to help...
  • Chinese soccer on upswing with new talent and big investment

    For Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua, the new season has brought new optimism. After several years of turmoil that saw the team stripped of its 2003 CSL title in a match-fixing investigation and foreign stars Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka...
  • Chinese TV host says sorry for comments about Mao Zedong

    A popular Chinese television celebrity has apologized for insulting the founder of Communist China, after his remarks at a private dinner caused a stir in China and rekindled debate on the complicated legacy of the revolutionary figure. Bi Fujian, the...
  • China accuses Obama of hypocrisy in remarks on South China Sea

    BEIJING China accused the United States of hypocrisy Friday over President Barack Obama's comments that the rising Asian power is using its "sheer size and muscle" to intimidate other nations in the South China Sea. Satellite photos published this week...
  • China says it's a robust force for peace in South China Sea

    China said Friday it only seeks peace in the South China Sea, rejecting comments by President Barack Obama that Beijing is using its muscle to intimidate neighbors in a region where U.S. officials say China also is aggressively creating artificial land to...