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If You Speak Mandarin, Your Brain is Different

We speak so effortlessly that most of us never think about it. But psychologists and neuroscientists are captivated by the human capacity to communicate with language. By the time a child can tie his or her shoes, enough words and…

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Americans See China's Economic Power as Diminished Threat

PRINCETON, N.J. -- Forty percent of Americans regard "the economic power of China" as a critical threat to the vital…

China bars top U.S. technology firms from government list

BEIJING – China has dropped several top U.S. technology companies, including Cisco and Apple, from a list of products that…

U.S., China to Discuss Repatriation of Chinese Fugitives

Senior U.S. officials will meet in August with their Chinese counterparts to discuss the possibility of repatriating Chinese officials who…

Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Official: Punish Those Who Questioned Education Minister

The debate over Western influence in Chinese education continues. On January 31, 2015, a text began appearing on the Internet…

Gallup: Americans See China's Economic Power as Diminished Threat

According to a new poll released by Gallup, Americans no longer see China as the United States' greatest enemy, after…

Why China is Making Life Miserable for Big U.S. Tech

On Sunday night, Citizenfour, a film about Edward Snowden holed up in a Hong Kong hotel room revealing the global…

Americans See China's Economic Power as Diminished Threat

PRINCETON, N.J. -- Forty percent of Americans regard "the economic power of China" as a critical threat to the vital…

China bars top U.S. technology firms from government list

BEIJING – China has dropped several top U.S. technology companies, including Cisco and Apple, from a list of products that…

Gallup: Americans See China's Economic Power as Diminished Threat

According to a new poll released by Gallup, Americans no longer see China as the United States' greatest enemy, after…

U.S.-China Relations: The Hypocrisy of Rules

Both countries are selective in which rules-based regimes they choose to support. Perhaps, as the expression goes, hypocrisy rules the world;…

China Expands Island Construction in Disputed South China Sea

BEIJING—Newly released satellite images show a dramatic expansion in China’s construction of artificial islands on disputed South China Sea reefs,…

Putin's Asia Pivot -- And Fear of China

Boxed in by the U.S. and its allies, faced with an uneasy relationship with China and needing new friends and…

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China Expands Island Construction in Disputed South China Sea

BEIJING—Newly released satellite images show a dramatic expansion in China’s construction of artificial islands on disputed South China Sea reefs,…

China's High-Speed Train Manufacturers Compete for California's Business

Across Europe and Asia, more than 1,300 trains routinely carry passengers at speeds of 186 mph or faster, and about…

Twin Peaks in Sino-US Relations 2015-2020

The renewed sense of strategic trust peaked in the U.N. climate talks in Lima, Peru, when President Obama and President…

Mega projects mean mega bucks?

DALIAN, China — The plan here seems far-fetched — a $36 billion tunnel that would run twice the length of…

If You Speak Mandarin, Your Brain is Different

We speak so effortlessly that most of us never think about it. But psychologists and neuroscientists are captivated by the…

Americans See China's Economic Power as Diminished Threat

PRINCETON, N.J. -- Forty percent of Americans regard "the economic power of China" as a critical threat to the vital…

Zuckerberg’s Friend Request to China

The Facebook CEO's Chinese New Year message in Mandarin got millions of views - but hardly any from inside China…

China Looks West to Bring ‘Wolf Totem’ to Screen

Ten years ago, when producers at the state-run Beijing Forbidden City Film Corporation began searching for a director for the…

"Upgrading" the Chinese passport 

To "upgrade" the Chinese passport, the Chinese government met with the United States, South Korea, Russia, and other 21 countries for…

76 percent of China's luxury consumption happens overseas

Chinese people's domestic consumption of luxury goods was 25 billion US dollars in 2014, down by 11 percent from the…

China reveals its lowest year-on-year GDP growth of 7.4% since 1990 (by IMF)

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has lowered its forecast for the 2015 and 2016 global economic growth to 3.5% and…

India's economic growth is expected to overtake China's by 2016 (IMF)

India's economic growth is expected to overtake China's by 2016, the International Monetary Fund (IMF)'s projection showed on Tuesday as…

USCNPM Video Essay Contest

USCNPM Video Essay Contest

This year, The Carter Center’s China Program launched a video essay contest on the perceptions held by the U.S. and China of each other. Students were invited to submit a 1-3 minute video to present their perspectives on the Chinese or American perception of the other nation, or highlight the intricacies and interdependence of the relations between China and the U.S.

CLICK HERE to view the top submissions and this year's contest results.

CLICK HERE to view the original announcements page and contest rules.

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