China-US Travel Could Return to Normal by August: CDC

Chinese experts and lawmakers believe that vaccine passports could facilitate the removal of mandatory quarantines for travelers.

by Joshua Cawthorpe, 04 March 2021

This Day in History: Nixon Signs Shanghai Communique

On February 27, 1972, President Richard Nixon and Premier Zhou Enlai signed the Shanghai Communique, a document that has remained the basis for Sino-American relations ever since.

by Ned Kelly, 26 February 2021

This Week in History: Finding of the First Panda to Leave China

And the incredible story of the American socialite who became the first person to bring a giant panda to the US.

by That's, 10 November 2020

This Day in History: LA’s Forgotten ‘Wild West’ Chinese Massacre

On October 24, 1871, an incensed lynch mob gathered in Los Angeles and killed 17 Chinese men, in what was the largest mass lynching in US history.

by William Lee, 24 October 2020

US Ambassador to China Resigns, Joins Trump Campaign

Terry Branstad will be leaving Beijing after three years for the Trump campaign trail in Iowa.

by Joshua Cawthorpe, 15 September 2020

3 'Pain Points' for US Taxpayers in China

Here are a few of the most common pain points that US expats typically face in the tax filing process.

by Ara Vahanian, 24 August 2020

This Day in History: First NBA Team to Play Basketball in China

On August 24, 1979, the Washington Bullets became the first professional US sports team invited to China.

by Josh Parker, 24 August 2020

US Designates 4 More Chinese Media Outlets as 'Foreign Missions'

Four more Chinese media organizations that operate in the US have been designated as foreign missions by the Trump administration.

by Edyth Liu, 24 June 2020

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