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Further Doubt Cast Over Ping Fu’s Memoir

When successful entrepreneur, Obama adviser and immigrant success story Ping Fu published her memoir Bend, Not Break in late December, it initially met with much critical acclaim. After a positive review from Forbes was...

China-US Visa Requests at Record Levels

So far this year,  the visa applications from China to the United States have hit 1 million, due to Obama’s “initiative to boost international tourism”. From China Daily: President Barack Obama’s initiative to boost...

Born In The U.S.A.? Some Chinese Plan It That Way

NPR has a report on wealthy Chinese women who pay a fee to service providers who can arrange for them to give birth on U.S. soil under a U.S. Constitutional Amendment which gives the right to citizenship to anyone born in the...

China’s Thinkers Pack and Go

For Asia Times, Willy Lam looks at the trend of wealthy Chinese emigrating to the U.S. and other Western countries: China became the biggest worldwide contributor of emigrants in 2007. According to the official Chinese media,...

The American Dream of the Chinese Rich

China Daily looks at the increasing numbers of wealthy in China who spend their money on investing in the U.S. in exchange for green cards: According to statistics from the US Department of State, the number of so-called...

Parents Deliver US Citizenship

China Daily reports on the growing number of Chinese women who travel to the U.S. to give birth: The list of benefits runs long for babies born in the US, says Jiang Feng, the Chinese mainland partner of the agency, which...

US Senators Blast Arizona-China Rights Comparison

During the U.S.-China human rights dialogue, Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor made a comparison between China’s human rights abuses and the draconian and controversial new law in Arizona...

More Wealthy Chinese Go For Green Card

From China Daily: Investment immigration becomes more popular than previous years, agencies say More Chinese rich people join the trend to pursue American permanent residency by making investments in the United States. But they...

In Chinatown, Sound of the Future Is Mandarin

The New York Times reports from New York Chinatown on the switch away from Cantonese to Mandarin as the dominant language: With Mandarin’s ascent has come a realignment of power in Chinese-American communities, where the recent...

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