USC Professor Emerita Charlotte Furth discusses her adventures in Beijing teaching young Chinese scholars about America.
Due to its nontraditional and sometimes heavy themes, modern dance has struggled to take off in the past in China. However, as dancers find ways to tell their own personal stories at home and abroad, modern dance may finally have the chance to take center stage.
In an environment with traditionally limited opportunities, Asian American actors, writers and directors find support and common ground in the theatre scene.
Parachute kids, or international students from China or Taiwan who study alone in the U.S., have made headlines for their difficulties adjusting but rarely for their personal successes.
Although China traditionally touts its medal count as a sign of national strength, this year, the genuine attitudes and interactions of its athletes took the gold.
US-China Today chats with Robert Cain about Chinese ventures into the U.S. film market and factors behind why "Monster Hunt" was a flop stateside.
Arianna Quan made her differences the catalyst for her run as Miss Michigan and is the first Asian American to win the title.
US-China Today reviews Yulin Wang Rittenberg's memoir and interviews the author on her life following the tumultuous experience of the Cultural Revolution.
Go is one of the oldest board games in existence, originating in China more than 2,500 years ago. Today, Go has spread not just to other Asian countries, but also to the West.
Celebrating the grand reopening of USC Pacific Asia Museum after a year of the seismic retrofit project, the museum will present an exhibit drawn from the museum’s extraordinary collection of over 2,700 costumes and textiles from China, Korea, Japan, India, the Himalayas and Southeast Asia.