Unit of Chinese company acquires Texas power project

The US unit of a Chinese company that is among the leading manufacturers of wind turbines for power generation is about to start a major wind-power project in Texas.

Vietnam, US adopt statement on partnership

Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang and visiting US President Barack Obama on Monday adopted a joint statement on advancing bilateral comprehensive partnership.

Baby shark born in NE China

The oceanic whitetip shark named Mercury was born on May 15, 2016 and is the first baby whitetip shark born in Jilin.

China unveils three-year program for artificial intelligence growth

China will speed up the development of its artificial intelligence (AI) sector and create a market worth more than $15.26 billion over the next three years.

2016 Billboard Awards held in Las Vegas

The three-hour live telecast from Las Vegas stuck to its tradition of a performance-heavy annual show featuring top recording stars in spectacular production numbers.

Cup title gives Barcelona its 27th trophy in last decade

Only by Barcelona's incredibly high standards can winning back-to-back doubles seem like a disappointment.

European border closures 'inhumane': UN refugee agency

The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Monday border closures in Europe to stop migrants were inhumane and government efforts to stem the flow had averted the crisis only temporarily.

Picture book brings 'better ideas, better solutions' to children

A children's book called The Mystery of Groovy Goggles was launched by Bayer on May 14 to help popularize science education among young audiences.

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China to triple spending on tourism by 2020

China's spending in the tourism sector is likely to triple by 2020, to three trillion yuan ($460 billion).

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Diana Greer: Sometimes the smallest things matter the most

Diana Greer, president of the US China People's Friendship Association (USCPFA), was recently able to reunite with some old friends from the other side of the world. It's all part of her job, after all.

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