Tag Archives: San Francisco

Activists demand justice for ‘comfort women’

Human rights activists and organizations on Monday rallied in front of the Japanese consulate in San Francisco, demanding justice for “comfort women” around the world, in commemoration of the international “Comfort Women” Day of Remembrance.

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Student safety is goal of consulate competition

A competition on safety knowledge will be held by the Chinese consulate general in San Francisco to raise the safety awareness among overseas Chinese students in the San Francisco consular district.

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Raising a glass to Moutai, China’s ‘national liquor’

More and more people could be lifting their spirits, the Chinese way.

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‘Window’ on WWII opens in Bay Area

On a bustling sloped street in San Francisco’s Chinatown, a building, which has housed overseas Chinese people’s memories of more than 80 years, is embarking on a new mission as a museum — to tell the story of the Chinese people’s suffering under Japanese aggression during WWII.

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Investors tour Bay Area

A delegation of top Chinese executives in real estate and technology visited the San Francisco Bay Area with the aim of learning about US markets and making investments.

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The sky’s the limit as Chengdu gives its appeal worldwide wings

Benjamin Wang, chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in Southwest China, has been based in Chengdu for 10 years.The dynamism of the city means that every day is one of pleasant surprises, he said. The latest came in June when United Airlines launched a nonstop Chengdu-San Francisco flight, the first that links a city […]

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