U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman said the counterfeit goods didn’t include just clothing, but “counterfeit cigarettes and pure crystal methamphetamine.”
If you want to cozy up to the Genius Bar today, you might have some competition getting to the door.
“Chinglish” is a new comedy by Tony Award-winning playwright David Henry Hwang about an American entrepreneur doing business in China and the language and cultural barriers he encounters along the way.
Rep. Steve Israel of Long Island says that one way to slow the sale of made in China products here in America is to prevent them from being sold in our national parks.
On the other side of the world in China’s central Henan province, a small group of pensioners rallied in support of the mounting U.S. demonstrations, according to published reports.
e vice president of Autronic Plastics in Westbury estimates his company has lost some 90 percent of its emergency exit sign business to China.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is trying to build an argument for his bill that would target China’s currency practices.
More and more fake Chinese-made driver’s licenses are ending up in the hands of underage New Yorkers.
Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony says he will consider offers to play pro basketball in China if there is no resolution to the NBA lockout. Consider NBA star Chris Paul on board with Melo’s plan.
Nets guard Deron Williams has already decided to play basketball overseas. Because of the ongoing NBA lockout, another big NBA star could soon make the plunge.
As a former smoker, Dan Molloy would finish 2 to 3 packs of cigarettes a day in his 20’s and into his 30’s. Now, he is set to represent the United States in the World Short Course Triathlon championships in Beijing, China.
A trip to the principal’s office turned into a celebration for a student in Queens.
Rather than budget cuts, a blizzard fiasco and the need to dump his schools chancellor, Mayor Michael Bloomberg had good news on Wednesday: he said the air is cleaner in Times Square since he banned cars.
It’s the year of the rabbit.
The New York brand is a big part why Long Island wines are finally breaking into the Chinese market.