Richmond-based Frondita Biogroup made new export sales to China as a result of its participation in the China Animal Husbandry Expo in May.
While politicians rancorously debate Syrian refugees and undocumented Mexican immigrants, a far more questionable immigration issue needs addressing: Cuba.
Apple isn’t the only tech giant outsourcing much of its production to Chinese manufacturers nowadays.
For St. Anne’s-Belfield School sophomore Michelle Liu, summer vacation meant not only the chance to visit with her family and friends in Beijing, China, but also an opportunity to work with giant pandas through programs with Operation Earth, a China-based international field research organization dedicated to biodiversity conservation and global climate change.
Shenandoah National Park and Baihuashan National Nature Reserve in China formalized a sister park arrangement at an official ceremony on July 4 in Beijing.
A Virginia Tech ecologist provided potential solutions to the world’s water problems in an article published recently in the United Nations’ Chronicle.
Unlike the Great Wall of China, a 5,000-mile fortification dating back to the 7th century BC that separates northern China from the Mongolian steppe, the Great Green Wall of China—otherwise known as the Three-North Shelter Forest Program—is the biggest tree planting project on the planet.
Dr. Markus Rodlauer, deputy director of the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) Asia and Pacific Department (APD), will speak at Shenandoah University’s Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Business at 4 p.m. on Thursday, April 23, in Halpin-Harrison Hall, Stimpson Auditorium on the campus of Shenandoah University
The University of Virginia is celebrating the official opening of its office in China with a busy, two-day event that will kick off a full year of special academic programing and engagement in the world’s most populous region.
Eastern Mennonite University and Sichuan University of Arts and Science, located in central China, signed an agreement on Jan. 13 to “promote academic exchanges, scientific research cooperation, and communication between teachers and students.”
Wow, what a news day. U.S. moves to normalize relations with Cuba, and Sony Pictures moves to give North Korea a veto over new releases.
William Antholis, the managing director of the Brookings Institution who has held key positions at the White House and State Department, has been named the new executive director of the UVA Miller Center.
Our nation’s outdated and complicated tax code is a perfect example of the federal government standing in the way of strengthening our economy for our nation’s families and small businesses.
Part of Route 634 (Patton Farm Road) in Augusta County is scheduled to be closed December 8-11 while Norfolk Southern works on a railroad crossing.
U.S. agricultural exports, including those from Virginia, are at an all-time high. The USDA recently announced that agricultural exports for 2014 totaled $152.5 billion, topping last year’s record $141 billion.
Remarks by President Obama and President Xi Jinping in a Joint Press Conference in Beijing, China, on Nov. 12, 2014.
The United States of America and the People’s Republic of China have a critical role to play in combating global climate change, one of the greatest threats facing humanity.
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced yet another gateway connecting Chinese travelers to Virginia with the creation of a brand new landing page on the state’s tourism website, Virginia.org.
Virginia peanut growers are hoping this year’s crop will be 26 percent larger than last year’s, a great recovery from recent years of low production.
UniTao Pharmaceuticals LLC has purchased the Boehringer Ingelheim plant in the City of Petersburg, and will invest $22.5 million to establish operations.