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US preps for 8th S&ED

China and the United States will kick off their annual high-level bilateral meeting early next month in Beijing to address a set of serious bilateral economic and security issues.

US-Vietnam comprehensive partnership at early stage

United States President Barack Obama on Tuesday said the US-Vietnam comprehensive partnership is still in early stage, urging further cooperation between the two sides.

Kids climb vine ladder in 'cliff village' in Sichuan

Children climb up a cliff on a vine ladder to an isolated village on the top of a mountain in Liangshan Yi autonomous prefecture, Southwest China's Sichuan province, on May 14, 2016

SF eyes backdoor listing

SF Express, one of China's largest courier firms, is planning the reverse takeover of a rare-earth metals company, which will allow it a backdoor listing on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

'Angry Birds' tops Chinese box office

The Angry Birds Movies oared to box office earnings of $29.9 million in its debut weekend, knocking Captain Americaoff its perch as the most popular movie in Chinese cinemas.

Azarenka retires from opening match due to injury

Two-times Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka was forced to retire with a right knee injury from her opening match at Roland Garros on Tuesday when the fifth seed trailing 4-0 to world No 118 Karin Knapp in the decider.

US Justice Dept. seeks death penalty for South Carolina shooter

The US Justice Department had decided to seek the death penalty for Dylann Roof, a white gunman charged with killing nine black churchgoers in South Carolina last year, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said on Tuesday.

Lingnan-style paintings on show in Shanghai

Besides his duty as the vice-president of China Artists Association, Xu Qinsong, 64, is an avid ink painter.

Food and Travel

Australian Sojourn

Victoria's Yarra Valley offers visitors a bucolic getaway in the nation's agricultural heartland, and the urban delights of Melbourne are just an hour away.

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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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