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Cheniere looks to increase gas sales to China

Cheniere Energy is looking to channel some more energy into China.

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Yao Ming relives NBA memories, gets Houston welcome

Yao Ming, who returned to Houston for the retirement of his No. 11 NBA jersey by the Rockets, told an emotional story about his first Chinese New Year away from home in 2002.

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Confucius center for culture marks Houston opening

A jade sculpture of Confucius was dedicated at the opening ceremony of the Confucian Culture Center Houston on Saturday, while Chinese traditional etiquette practices such as bowing, candle-lighting and poem-singing were performed throughout the ceremony.

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Protesters rally vs. anti-Chinese crime

About 100 people gathered on Saturday afternoon in front of the busy Galleria Mall in Houston to protest crimes against the local Chinese community.

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Liu plays basketball diplomacy

On the morning of the second day of her visit to Houston, China’s Vice-Premier Liu Yandong played a little hoops – making a basket after three tries – and tipped off the ball for a basketball scrimmage between the Tsinghua High School team and the Houston Select U18 Boys team on Sunday.

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Building kid-to-kid cultural bridges

Kids in Boston can now learn about how their counterparts in their Chinese sister city live, through a new exhibit called Children of Hangzhou: Connecting With China at the Boston Children’s Museum.  The multi-media show is designed to engage children and their families in the day-to-day lives of children in Hangzhou, which was designated as […]

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