American English Capitalization - Page 1
1. You should capitalize important words in a title. This includes the first and last words in the title and all other words except articles, prepositions and conjunctions.
a. Art in China and Japan
2. You should capitalize proper nouns such as name of specific people, places, organizations, groups and events.
a. Abraham Lincoln
3. When you use proper nouns and adjectives in specialized meanings, do not capitalize.
a. I enjoy french fries with my hamburger.
4. You should capitalize titles when you use them in front of a person's name. You do not capitalize them when you refer to the office rather than the person.
a. Premier Zhou Enlai served China for many years.