They’re popular dog treats, often advertised as wholesome and healthy. But some dog owners say they’re dangerous, even deadly, and the federal government is investigating.
A key component of the orchestra’s engagement in China will be to work collaboratively with the Chinese, to identify and train classical musicians.
Many Apple products, including iPads and iPhones are manufactured overseas where workers must endure low wages and hazardous conditions. But the question is, do American consumers care?
Did you ever wonder how man developed so much more rapidly than chimpanzees? Why our IQ’s have dramatically improved? Genetic research may hold clues.
The first glimpse of him in the Haverford School (Haverford, PA) gym stirred chants of “Tao, Tao, Tao.”
Increasing awareness about hunger is the objective of World Food Day, which is being observed Sunday by 150 nations.
Any bride can tell you planning a wedding on a budget can be tough, especially when it comes to finding the perfect dress. Unfortunately scammers know that all too well. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us about some of the latest rip-offs which are duping brides on their way to the altar.
Xiaoye Wang came to the United States from China to study computer engineering and met his future wife while earning a doctorate at the University of Pennsylvania.
Chris wants to know why Philadelphia isnt featured more prominently on the Fourth of July. He talks to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on a special Tuesday edition on the Monday Morning Matchup and to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel about the series against the Marlins.
To get ready for an 11-day, NBA-sponsored trip to China, two of the Philadelphia 76ers Dancers are learning how to sign autographs in Chinese and perform a traditional Chinese dance.
A practice that is held by millions around the world will be celebrated on Independence Mall on Sunday.
Moving a family from the US to China would be tough. So would getting breast cancer, but an author appearing this week at Fox Chase Cancer Center had to deal with both at once.
China ranked first in science in 2009, averaging 73 points more than American kids, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that more of our students lose interest in science before college.
Thursday was a day of protests in Philadelphia and around the world for supporters of an independent Tibet, and a day the Dalai Lama said he will give up his political role in the Tibetan government-in-exile.
Talks with China continue and the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is hoping the artifacts and mummies of the “Secrets of the Silk Road” exhibit will be allowed to be shown at the museum before heading back to China.