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  • Andong Song becomes 1st Chinese player taken in NHL draft

    For the first time, a Chinese player has been selected in the NHL draft. Andong Song was chosen by the New York Islanders with the No. 172 pick in the draft Saturday. The defenseman, who goes by the name "Misha," started playing hockey on a smaller-than-...
  • Chinese stocks drop, but impact in US is seen as limited

    After a sizzling rally that more than doubled the value of China's main stock market over the past year, investors are now heading for the exit. China's Shanghai Composite plunged more than 7 percent Friday, one of its biggest drops in the last 10 years....
  • Philippine officials say China island-building in full swing

    China is pressing ahead with the construction of artificial islands on at least two reefs that are also claimed by the Philippines in an increasingly tense territorial dispute, Filipino officials said, despite Beijing's pronouncement that some work...
  • Puppet show pulls in kids at Field Museum's new China exhibit

    Puppet show pulls in kids at Field Museum's new China exhibit
    Two stone lions welcome visitors to the Cyrus Tang Hall of China, but the Field Museum's new permanent exhibit has enough animated content to be a worthwhile stop for kids. The exhibit explores more than 5,000 years of Chinese history, mostly through...
  • Business Highlights

    ___ Audio overkill? Some question benefits of 'high-res' music Its backers say it does for music lovers what ultra high-definition television has done for couch potatoes. It's a digital format that packs nearly seven times the data found on CDs, touted...
  • US urges China to free family members of US-based journalist

    The State Department is urging Chinese authorities to release family members of a Washington-based Radio Free Asia journalist who have faced harassment in apparent retribution for his reporting. Shohret Hoshur (SHOH-ret HO-shur), a U.S. citizen, works...
  • Hartford Students Head To China For Two-Week Adventure

    Hartford Students Head To China For Two-Week Adventure
    HARTFORD — Early Thursday, as morning darkness gave way to light, Tammy Olszewski stood next to her son and said she was proud of him. "I'm scared, too, at the same time, because he's so young," Olszewski said of 13-year-old Jeffrey. But like...
  • With $21 trillion, China's savers are set to change the world

    HONG KONG Few events will be as significant for the world in the next 15 years as China opening its capital borders, a shift that economists and regulators across the world are now starting to grapple with. With China's leadership aiming to scale back...
  • China lashes out at U.S. racial bias, police abuses in human rights report

    Racial discrimination and police abuses are rife in the United States, China's Cabinet said Friday, in a report intended as a counterpoint to U.S. criticism of Beijing's own human rights record. The report issued by the State Council Information...
  • Asian stocks fall on Greek standoff, China margin curbs

    Asian stocks fall on Greek standoff, China margin curbs
    Most Asian stock indexes fell Friday as a standoff between Greece and its international creditors threatened to drag into the weekend. Chinese shares led the declines as curbs on using borrowed money to buy stocks take the heat of a market boom....
  • After lauding ties with China, US lists the rights abuses

    After heralding U.S. ties with China this week, the State Department shed light Thursday on an issue that got little public attention during the high-level talks in Washington: human rights. Repression of activists in China was routine, and tens of...