'OMG! Meiyu' Introduces China to American Slang, Idioms and Jay-Z…
OMG! Exporting American Slang to China…
Stand-up economist Yoram Bauman explores the possibility of a Beijing housing bubble.
In "Last Train Home" filmmaker Lixin Fan documents the migration of millions of Chinese workers during the Chinese New Year -- the largest human migration in the world -- through the prism of one family. This documentary is part of…
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Chinese artist Ai Weiwei was released from prison last week after a three month detention.
Jailed dissident Liu Xiaobo, serving an 11-year sentence for writing a pro-democracy manifesto, was honored with the Nobel Peace Prize in absentia Friday despite vocal opposition from China. Jeffrey Brown has more.
As part of his ongoing reports on Making Sense of financial news, business and economics correspondent Paul Solman examines the pros and cons of a massive infusion of Chinese capital into Greece.
By Tom LeGro
Tonight on the NewsHour, Jeffrey Brown talks to Wu Man, who at age 45 is one of the world's leading musical ambassadors. She's a master of the pipa -- a four-stringed lute with ancient roots in central Asia and China.
By Arts Desk
Coming soon on the NewsHour, Jeffrey Brown reports on "Ancient Paths, Modern Voices: A Festival Celebrating Chinese Culture," a festival currently taking place at Carnegie Hall in New York.
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