Chinese-American Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Chinese targeted in US$68m Ponzi scamRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 7 | South China Morning Post

    A San Francisco oil and gas company, Luca International Group, and its CEO, Bingqing Yang, were charged on Monday by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Photo: Reuters US authorities have shut down what they described as a US$68 million Ponzi scam that allegedly targeted Chinese Americans and wealthy would-be immigrant investors seeking green cards under the EB-5 migration programme.


  2. Alibaba to JD.Com Plunge as Investors Flee From All Things ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 7 | Bloomberg

    Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. U.S.-traded Chinese stocks plunged the most in four years as the rout that's wiped $3.2 trillion from the value of mainland equities spreads.


  3. Happiness studied as matter of cultural differenceRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 7 | China Daily

    A recent research study finds that European Americans want to maximize positive feelings and minimize negative ones more than Chinese people do. Tamara Sims, a Stanford psychologist, was the lead author of the research paper "Wanting to Maximize the Positive and Minimize the Negative: Implications for Mixed Affective Experience in American and Chinese Contexts," which was published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology on June 30. Sims said people are often unaware that culture shapes emotions, and many assume everyone wants to actually feel the same way across cultures.


  4. Chinese immigrants now largest group of new arrivals to the U.S: ColumnRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 7 | USA Today

    ... country has often treated immigrants unfairly based on the actions of their countries of origin. In 1999, Chinese-American scientist Wen Ho Lee was unfairly accused of spying for the People's Republic of China. Could there be more episodes like this ...


  5. With $150-million 'Great Wall,' Legendary aims to bridge U.S.-China film gapRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 7 | Myrtle Beach Online

    More than four years ago, just as China's movie market was starting to boom, the producer behind blockbusters "The Dark Knight," "The Hangover" and "Man of Steel" was casting about for a concept that might particularly suit Chinese audiences - and travel globally. Thomas Tull's fanboy imagination wandered to the Great Wall.


  6. Beverage habits and mortality in Chinese adults.Read the original story

    Tuesday Jul 7 | CiteULike

    There is limited research examining beverage habits, one of the most habitual dietary behaviors, with mortality risk. This study examined the association between coffee, black and green tea, sugar-sweetened beverages , and alcohol and all-cause and cause-specific mortality.


  7. More than just sport: China vs US in women's soccerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 6 | China Daily

    Ren Guixin of China during the FIFA 2015 women's World Cup Quarter-Final match between China and the USA at Lansdowne Stadium in Ottawa, Canada. [Photo/IC] On June 26, when the American and Chinese women's teams faced each other in the semi-finals in the Football World Cup, it brought back memories of the last time they faced each other in the World Cup: the 1999 final in the United States.


  8. Chinese women footballers bring hope to fans, receive hero like welcomeRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | Xinhuanet

    Hundreds of Chinese fans gathered at the Beijing airport on Monday evening to welcome their heros who got a top-eight finish at the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup. Most of the fans came to the airport as early as 3:30pm in spite of the rainy day.


  9. Sseguya irritated by indisciplined playersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | New Vision

    By Johnson Were RUGBY AFRICA CUP 1B Pool A: Uganda, Madagascar, Senegal, Pool B: I. Coast, Mauritius, Botswana Tournament fixtures July 5 Madagascar v Botswana Uganda v Ivory Coast Mauritius v Senegal Rugby Cranes assistant coach, Robert Sseguya is very irritated with the discipline of some players and has vowed to drop them if they don't get serious with preparations ahead of the Rugby Cup on Sunday. Sseguya's disappointment came after it was allegeded that some players who didn't train on Saturday spent the entire Friday night partying at Legends Rugby Club.


  10. Here's More Evidence That Good-Looking People Can Get Away With AnythingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | The Huffington Post

    Thanks to the "beauty bias," our largely unconscious preoccupation and preference for physically attractive people, not only are more attractive people often ascribed positive personality traits like intelligence and kindness, but they also tend to be given unfair advantages in both the workplace and in legal proceedings . Why? It seems that female beauty undermines the brain's reaction to fairness and unfairness, which in turn skewed the men's judgments.


  11. Fencing: China, South Korea take one title each at Asian Fencing ChampionshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | The Straits Times

    China and South Korea bounced back from shock defeats on Sunday to clinch a title each in the Asian Fencing Championships at OCBC Arena Hall 1 on Monday. The two Asian powerhouses had slumped to surprise losses to Kazakhstan in the men's epee team competition on Sunday.


  12. BGP-Global Paper win inaugural Chinese badminton tournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | New Vision

    Chinese Ambassodor to Uganda Zhao Yali presents the overall winners trophy to Tong Fang alongside other BGP-Global Paper players after the Chinese Community Badminton Tournament at Lugogo. PHOTO: Michael Nsubuga By Michael Nsubuga Finals CNOOC v BGP-Global Paper Singles WU Zhining v Ma Xiaubin Mixed doubles Mo Wulin/Chen Riying v Wang Hong Yu/ Tong Fang Doubles Mo Wulin/Pan San Qiang v Ma Xiaubin/Liu Qiang BGP-Global Paper are the champions of the inaugural Chinese Community Badminton Tournament after beating CNOOC in the finals played at the MTN Arena on Sunday.


  13. Memorial for Warren ChanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Northwest Asian Weekly

    Warren Chan, the first elected Chinese American judge in Washington state passed away this month. He was 92 years old.


  14. How To Negotiate With Chinese Companies, Part 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 |

    I am the founding member of Harris Moure, an international law firm that focuses on representing American companies overseas. I write and speak extensively on international law, with a focus on protecting foreign businesses in their overseas operations.


  15. 50 YEARS to gain the rust of non-Malays, yet in one stroke Hadi KILLS ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | Malaysia Chronicle

    A gathering organised today by PAS leaders ousted in the recent party elections turned dull with only 200 people turning up to hear about plans for the formation of a new political party next month. Bernama reported that some attendees were seen leaving the gathering, dubbed Perhimpunan Perjuangan Bermula Di Sini, when the leaders involved expressed their disappointment with the newly-elected PAS leadership, especially party president Abdul Hadi Awang.


  16. Lucky ChowRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 27 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    ... traditions alive. Track the evolution of Chinese food in America through the lens of two third-generation Chinese-American restaurateurs. Wilson Tang preserves the legacy of his family's dim sum parlor (America's oldest) while opening a fine-dining ...


  17. Grace Lee Boggs, Activist And American Revolutionary, Turns 100Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | WGBH

    Grace Lee Boggs, who has spent much of her life advocating for civil rights and labor rights, became such a noted figure in Detroit's Black Power movement that people assumed she must be partially black. In some of her FBI files, Boggs, who is Chinese-American, was described as "probably Afro Chinese."


  18. China's women back to World Cup stageRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 27 | Xinhuanet

    Four years ago, China missed the Women's World Cup. This time in Canada, China finished into the top eight and proved a promising powerhouse again at the world's top level tournament.


  19. Crumlin business warnedRead the original story

    Jun 26, 2015 | Lisburn Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. The owners of a Crumlin takeaway business could face fines of up to 40,000 after two Chinese men, aged 31 and 32, were found working illegally in the kitchen.


  20. China win over USA in Women's World Cup would reportedly earn Chinese women a big bonusRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2015 | Sporting News

    China's Women's World Cup players will receive a massive bonus of up to $250,000 each if they beat the United States in Friday's quarterfinal. The money will come from the Chinese Football Association, according to several Chinese media outlets, via USA Today .