At a joint press conference with his American counterpart on Wednesday, President Xi Jinping...
by radish | Nov 5, 2014
A Chinese woman whose application for asylum in the U.S. was rejected due to her complicity in...
by Josh Rudolph | Feb 7, 2013
Ping Fu, CEO of 3D software developer Geomagic and innovation adviser to President Obama, released her English-language memoir Bend, Not Break on December 31. The book traces her journey from oppressed youth during China’s...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 13, 2011
On October 6, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed a resolution apologizing to Chinese immigrants for past discrimination, including the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882, which blocked immigration by Chinese and was one of the most...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 30, 2011
A house in San Gabriel, California was discovered to illegally house new mothers from China in a makeshift birthing center for visiting Chinese parents. The New York Times looks at the growing business of “maternity...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 22, 2010
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...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 18, 2010
From the Washington Post: At a time when China is prospering and the common perception of America here is of an empire in economic decline, the proliferation of U.S. baby services shows that for many Chinese, a U.S. passport...
by Sophie Beach | May 19, 2010
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...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 9, 2010
The Los Angeles Times reports on recently discovered remains of Chinese railroad workers in California whose graves had been removed but who now will be honored with a monument and the preservation of their objects for...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 23, 2010
Arizona is home to many Mexican immigrants who have illegally crossed the border, but smugglers are now handling increasing numbers of Chinese immigrants, who pay huge sums to get to the U.S. after making the long journey to...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 22, 2009
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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