The 1971 Table Tennis World Championship featuring US and Chinese teams has never been forgotten. Now, original players are calling for renewed diplomacy as tensions continue to mount between the two countries.
More than 30 Chinese immigrants in New York say they have been the victims of a Chinese robocall scam. A local councilor suspects the number is much higher. The NYPD estimates $3 million has been stolen since December.
The director of a new Baltimore production of "M. Butterfly" got to meet the real French embassy worker at the heart of the story. And he came away with even more questions.
Paula Williams Madison wasn’t on a panel, but she brought a different take on race to the audience at Asian American ComicCon.
The world's fastest-growing aviation market wants to stop buying foreign-made planes. Or at least not as many.
A variety of religions are thriving in post-Mao China.
In slashing financial support for the United Nations Population Fund, the Trump administration revived nefarious claims that the agency supports coercive abortion of girls. What's behind this claim.
When young North Korean refugees make their way to South Korea, they're often unprepared for life there. Now there's a high school that helps them deal with their trauma.
No one is 100 percent sure what will happen when the most powerful Chinese leader in a generation meets a mercurial American president who has been in office fewer than 100 days, as Trump and Xi open a new chapter in the world's most consequential relationship.
Gish Jen is well aware of the dangers of stereotyping. That doesn't stop her from unpacking the controversial notion that a deep culture divide separates East and West.
Walk up and down Commonwealth Avenue on the Boston University campus, and it's easy to see and hear the presence of international students. The largest percentage of foreign students — here and nationwide — come from China. So when President Donald Trump sounds off, college administrators get anxious.