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Authorities in China Rewarding People For Reporting COVID Violators
China's health officials for the metropolis of Shanghai, home to almost 27 million, issued an announcement on March 12 asking residents not to leave Shanghai unless for emergency situations. In addition, the Shanghai Municipal Transportation...
As Russia Increasingly Looks to China as Lifeline Against Crippling Sanctions, US Warns of ‘Serious Consequences’ if Beijing Helps
As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine rages into its fourth week, Moscow has reportedly asked Beijing for military and economic assistance as sweeping sanctions from the West continue to devastate the Russian economy.Russian minister of finance...
Olympic Champion Eileen Gu, Applauded by Millions in China, Returns to the US After Winning Golds
Three-time gold medalist Eileen Gu, who caused a stir by competing for the People's Republic of China (PRC) instead of her native U.S. and received much applause across the Chinese internet and state media, has...
China Builds Six COVID Hospitals in Jilin Province, 6,000 Students Locked Down Within School Campus
China's northeastern Jilin Province, hit hard by a relentless new wave of COVID-19, has built six makeshift hospitals to try and counteract the quick rise in new cases and hospitalizations, local authorities said on March...
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3 Key Takeaways From China’s ‘Two Sessions’ Meetings This Year
News analysis Delegates of the People’s Republic of China’s (PRC) rubber-stamp legislature and political advisory body met in Beijing for the annual “Two Sessions” meetings in March. At the week-long meetings of the National People’s...
Massive Fire Breaks Out at Carrefour Warehouse in Northern Taiwan
A massive fire broke out this morning (March 14) at a logistics center in Taoyuan city.  According to the Taoyuan Fire Department, the blaze began at 7:33AM inside the Carrefour Yangmei Logistics Center located on...
50,000 People Held Under Lockdown At South China Venue as COVID Rampages
As countries around the world begin to loosen COVID-19 restrictions and reopen borders to resume quarantine-free travel, authorities in China have doubled down on the country’s stringent “zero-COVID” regulations.  On March 11, the Pazhou Exhibition...
Amid a devastating wave of COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations, Hong Kong awoke to a 4.1 earthquake the morning of March 14.
4.1 Earthquake Strikes Pandemic-stricken Hong Kong
News Analysis Over 8,000 Hong Kong residents reported feeling an earthquake in the early morning hours of March 14. The quake was mild, weighing in at 4.1 on the Richter scale. Some residents reported seeing...
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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang to Step Down Amid Xi’s Struggle for a Third Term This Fall
Li Keqiang, premier of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), will be leaving office after completing his legal maximum of two terms early next year, as reported by various outlets.  The premier, who also serves...